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Weekly Wrap-Up @ the Sustainability Blog + a Few Odds & Ends

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This week, over at the sustainability site, some good stuff for your perusal:

Something else I’d like to pass along is this article from the Psychiatric Times sent to me by one of my partners: The Medical Decision Making Capacity of Patients with Dementia. A lot here on consent issues and definitely worth a read.

Don’t forget to check out the Canada page–Sheila has provided a few new resources, including the Canadian Criminal Code with applicable sections for forensic clinicians highlighted.

And finally, on a personal note, this has been a challenging week for my family as we face unexpected illness. Next week, posts may be sporadic as my father has surgery and then begins his long recovery. If you are the praying kind, please add an extra one for us. However, we are a family that also understands that laughter may be as healing as prayer, so in that spirit, I leave you with a link that I hope you will find as funny as I do (with thanks to Judy for finding it first). Clearly I am going to have to adopt some new terminology in my lectures…

Enjoy your weekend.

2 replies on “Weekly Wrap-Up @ the Sustainability Blog + a Few Odds & Ends”

absolutely LOVED the article, Jen! If laughter can be healing, you have made my day! Thanks to Judy for sharing it, and to you for spreading the cheer! Prayers are with you and the family!

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