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Into winter wetsuits so more time to work

The days are getting shorter and we're into winter wetsuits - ugh. That gives me more time to work. I’m currently concentrating hard on the interviews from the research project on users’ and carers’ narratives preparing to analyse them. I’ve set a target date for completing the analysis but am keeping it to myself – at my present rate of progress I’m ahead of my secret schedule!

Later this week I go to the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ ECT training days to run some workshops etc. This will involve two nights in London and I only hope that I can get back on Friday evening in time to go to a local bonfire.

Other news: I have a date for my PhD viva at last – in December so wish me luck. I’ve just received my copy of the Casebook of Clinical Geropsychology edited by Nancy Pachana and colleagues. My colleague Gill Goodwillie and I have written a chapter on family therapy in it and I’m very pleased with the result. I may even buy it as a Christmas present for a few people (but hope they don’t read this before then!)

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