Monthly Archives: March 2017

Academic writing report

Remember I challenged myself last week to increase my academic writing? So, how did this week go? Well, I was aiming to write 1000 words/day for 5 of the 6 days of the week, but would be happy with 500. … Continue reading

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Pokémon Go and physical activity

Today I’m working against a deadline. I have an article that needs to be submitted tonight, and a pile of exams to grade. Despite this, the urge to Catch ‘Em All drove me (and the rest of the family out … Continue reading

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Interview about DOME-studies

Are you interested in finding out more about some of the results from the DOME research consortium? I’ve written before about my collaboration with researchers from all over Sweden in this consortium, and I’m bound to return to it in … Continue reading

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MedTechs most powerful

Today the annual list of the 100 most powerful people in Swedish MedTech was published by MedTech Magazine. It’s an interesting read for anyone involved in this field in Sweden today. I’ve not yet managed to get on the list … Continue reading

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Does writing inspire writing?

Today, the annual Blogg100 challenge begins in Sweden. I first joined last year, and the blog quickly turned into a place where I could express my feelings and frustration following my father on his cancer journey. As the journey ended … Continue reading

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