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Lauren Ryall-Waite
PhD researcher with former medical museum curator with a background in archaeology. Into 19thC surgery, cats, metal music & knitting. She/Her
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Oct 4
Replying to @JudeRHolland
Grazie!
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Oct 3
Sorry to be missing but the tiramisu will no doubt help me through it! Hope everyone has an ace time in
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 20
Friday night is cocktail date night in with
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 20
Replying to @verity_smith89
I need to come and visit!
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 6
Archival win this morning Special Collections. Thank you Samuel Hey for fitting into my chapter draft so nicely and also for having lovely writing that I can read easily on a sleepy Friday morning
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 5
As someone who is travelling through Wakefield this evening or any town near me, actually. Shoo, away with you!
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 5
Had a great few days at conference. Excellent papers and wonderful company, I met some lovely people and heard about brilliant research. Thank you to everyone for making it such a good event!
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 5
Again, completely distracted by the excellent papers conference and therefore tweeting takes a back seat. Fantastic papers today, and am grateful to for providing such an amazing twitter stream!
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Dr Agnes Arnold-Forster Sep 4
As a shameless but hopefully relevant plug, if anyone at is interested in some of my research conducted as part of and published in , my article on how surgeons cope with death is open access here:
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 4
brilliant panel from project team today conference, just on to speaking on 'everyday' health experiences and the complicated personal definitions of what health is
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 4
Another excellent morning at Health, Care & Emotions conference! presenting now on slimming and women's magazines in the 70s and 80s, and have also heard a fantastic presentation on nursing and emotions in wartime China from Nicole Barnes.
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 3
Loved the quote from her work- 'If I don’t need to please my parents any more... ' striking images are always the perfect afternoon content at a conference, brilliant presentations
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 3
Fantastic afternoon for Health, Care and the Emotions Conference I've been too busy concentrating to tweet! The visual culture presentations were evocative and interesting in equal measure, and I especially liked the Jo Spence material.
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 3
Beautifully presented and eloquently described historic and personal experiences of providing palliative care for loved ones by
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 3
Very much enjoying the Byronic portraiture so far in this presentation, and the fascinating history of Ada's family
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 3
Rosie Harrison continues to discuss the gendered aspect of care, and the expectation that women should enjoy care, and therefore that pay should be secondary. A really fascinating presentation which brings together the complications of the care structure
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 3
'Caring is based on relationships, and relationships are not standardised' Anyone with family or personal experience of the caring profession will find Rosie Harrison's research very relevant
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 3
Rosie Harrison conference now describing time issues in care work, with carers providing assistance not listed as care in the care plan, leading to unpaid work which leads to emotional and financial issues for the carer
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 3
Hearing from Sandra Harrison and Marie-Claude Thifault from the University of Ottawa on their research into mothers with schizophrenia using letters from patients, and how storytelling in the first person can provide emotion as well as preserve confidentiality
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Lauren Ryall-Waite Sep 3
Kicking off for Health, Care and the Emotions conference with welcome from Project team, excited to hear the interdisciplinary papers today and for the discussions throughout
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