National Storytelling Week
In celebration of National Storytelling Week (27 January – 4 February), Noel Fagan writes about his research which seeks to find ways in which those with a learning disability can participate and enjoy the pleasure of creative writing. Photo credit:…Read More
A Theological Approach to the Holocaust: How can we reconcile this atrocious act of evil with a belief in God?
When I began my doctoral research into the Holocaust, I never expected it to become a part of my life the way it has. After years of studying philosophy and religion, I naively assumed that a belief in God…Read More
Understanding the Impact of the Refugee Process Among Kurdish Refugees in Finland Based on the Life Story Approach
In celebration of the upcoming National Storytelling Week (27 January – 4 February), Afrouz Zibaei shares the stories of the Kurdish refugees she interviewed as part of her ongoing research into the impact of the refugee process among Kurdish…Read More
Reflecting on ICDBM and the importance of “just going for it”!
In December, I was fortunate enough to attend the International Colloquium on Design, Branding and Marketing, hosted by the University of Manchester. This was a three-day colloquium, consisting of a range of research topics, presentations, and open discussions with…Read More
16th International Family Nursing Conference 2023: A Great Experience to Engage with Inspiring Nursing Researchers
I had the pleasure of presenting a paper entitled “The Experiences of Primary Caregivers of Children with Cancer using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis”, at the 16th International Family Nursing Conference a prestigious congress held in Dublin, Ireland. Without the funding…Read More