Yale in Review – Part 1

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8 Responses

  1. Margaret says:

    sounds like he wowed the students and it is so important for students to hear the messages from those at the front end! The family! It is the most important lesson in any health care programme! Well done you, Aiden looks so smart xxxxx

  2. Mallory says:

    He looks so handsome!!! Love the Yale swag.

  3. Thoughts on the “r” word;

    It appears to me a general term, which is hardly helpful when you are talking diagnosis. If one says, for example, that the ‘child’s reflexes are retarded,’ we are talking about a specific function of the body, but to call an individual “retarded,” does not define what is really going on. It might even hinder the process of care because of its vagueness.

    …just thinking and typing…

    He sure is a handsome devil, that Aidan.

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