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All About Jumping to Conclusions

All About Jumping to Conclusions

Human brains are finely tuned, decision-making machines designed to make quick judgments on a wide variety of confusing events. Our
All About Cognitive Distortions

All about Cognitive Distortions

There are times when all of us have unfounded thoughts about ourselves, other people or a situation, for example when
What is Magical Thinking

What is Magical Thinking?

Even though we are in the 21st century, numerous superstitions from times gone by still prevail. Many of these superstitions
What is Emotional Reasoning

What is Emotional Reasoning?

We have all had times when we have felt anxious about something and thought to ourselves, “I know this isn't
What is Selective Abstraction

What is Selective Abstraction?

Anyone who listens to, reads or watches news and current affairs at the moment is forgiven for thinking that the
What is Overgeneralisation

What is Overgeneralisation?

We are all guilty of forms of overgeneralising from time to time. Our bus is late, we sigh and say,
All about second hand stress

All about Second-hand stress

Most of us have felt stressed at some point in our lives and it’s very likely that we’ve also felt
all about visual literacy

All about visual literacy

In today’s digital age, visual literacy has become more important than ever, as visual information is everywhere around us, and
All about sepsis

All about Sepsis

In the UK, every year 245,000 people are affected by sepsis with at least 48,000 people losing their lives from
Infection Control in Care Environments

Infection Control in Care Environments

Infection control stands as an absolute imperative in care environments, where the well-being of vulnerable individuals hinges upon the highest
All about strep b

All about Streptococcus B

Between 20% and 40% of women carry streptococcal B bacteria naturally with no ill effects. This is usually in their

Everything you need to know about Norovirus

Globally, about 685 million cases of norovirus are reported each year. Of that estimate, over 200 million cases affect children.
All about strep A

All about Streptococcus A

Streptococcus A – or strep A as it’s most commonly referenced – has hit the headlines recently as infections caused
All about ehlers-danlos syndrome

All about Ehlers-Danlos syndrome

Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) is a group of inherited connective tissue disorders. These syndromes affect the structure and function of collagen,
Importance of child participation

Importance of child participation

Child participation is recognised and promoted as a fundamental right under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the