Great paper by Dr Stephen G. Gray looks at the possibilites of 4D bio printing tecnologies. It is really exciting times and needs to be tempered by an understanding of the ethical implications of the outcomes. https://www.3dprintingmedia.network/the-rise-of-the-4d-bioprinting-industry/ design ex the paper by Dr Stephen G Gray
The factors driving the allocation of resources within the medical system is often not obvious or transparent to the outsider, the patient or their family. One area where it is openly acknowledged is in the media coverage of transplant medicine. There it is repeatedly stated that the number of organs donated or supplied is significantly [...]
A paper from 2019 from the Intermountain Healthcare's Center for Humanizing Critical Care in Salt Lake City questions this traditional practice of exclusion. Click on the title below to be linked to the article online on Medical XPress. 'Do family members belong in ICU during procedures? Study finds clinicians mixed on practice.' My experience in [...]
http://iview.abc.net.au/programs/four-corners/NC1704H029S00 Saw this documentary last night on the ABC 4Corners program in Australia. Its one thing to read about it but another thing to see it. Just watch it.
When you realise that the camping lantern with led lights isn't powerful enough and it's pattern of flashing is SOS in Morse code. https://vimeo.com/203381937
Just read this long form essay either by clicking the link below or subscribe to the magazine Meanjin. https://meanjin.com.au/essays/what-happens-when-you-tell-somebody-elses-story/
First detail of this work for the Governance show at Old Government House, Parramatta, Sydney, Australia curated by Lizzy Marshall. Important Dates Exhibition runs from 9th March to 16th April 2017 Opening 9th March 6- 8 p.m. The exhibition of site specific works in the site of European governance in the early days of the [...]