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Patient Bloggers: Familiar Chronicles on Neurological Diseases
In the December 2013/January 2014 edition of Neurology Now (Volume 9, Number 6), the Waiting Room feature highlights patient bloggers in the article “Having Their Say: Patient Bloggers”. The article describes how patient bloggers offer advice as they share their … Continue reading
People-First from a Personal Perspective
Coming from a journalistic background, I knew all about the power of words and the importance of wording. When I first started at NARIC and was introduced to People-First Language, I understood the notion but the ethos of the community … Continue reading
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