Monthly Archives: May 2018

Essay: Trinity College Dublin – Sociology 1999/2000 (Critically examine the economic, socio-cultural and political factors which have influenced the success of Zimbabwe’s current land reform programme) Hilary Term Business Economics and Social Studies

CRITICALLY EXAMINE THE ECONOMIC, SOCIO-CULTURAL AND POLITICAL FACTORS WHICH HAVE INFLUENCED THE SUCCESS OF ZIMBABWE’S CURRENT LAND REFORM PROGRAMME. Introduction: In the light of recent events (1997) in Zimbabwe, which will be reviewed in this essay, it would appear inappropriate … Continue reading

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Trinity College Dublin (BESS) 2001: Dissertation “Advocacy for those who are classified mentally ill” by Michelle Clarke

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Trinity College Dublin (BESS) 2001: Dissertation “Advocacy for those who are classified mentally ill” by Michelle Clarke

May 23rd 2018 Thank you Shari McDaid and all at Mental Health Reform for inviting to the Oireachtas tomorrow.  I have been writing as an activist about the inadequacies in provision in both dignity, care and attention of people who … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer in the midst of the CervicalCheck screening scandal. Chapter 8

May 1st 2018 and where has all the time gone?  I postponed my appointment to meet my psychiatrist because I had been remiss in getting my bloods tested for lithium.  I decided to make the appointment for these bloods on … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer in Retreat: Routine of Chemotherapy and Radiation is over; now it is Herceptin every three weeks; Vicky Phelan CervicalCheck programme failed her to such a degree that her cancer is now Terminal. Chapter 7

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