202101.20
Thesis Clinic Voices in the Pandemic Series

Thesis Clinic Voices in the Pandemic Series

How I have Coped thus far – Learning through Lockdown by Jocelyn Cunningham Firstly, I would like to congratulate everyone on their courage and strength to keep it all going throughout this global pandemic. It has almost been a year since the initial lockdown here in Ireland. Be proud of how you have handled things…

202007.28
The Butterfly Effect by Alan Creedon

The Butterfly Effect by Alan Creedon

The Butterfly Effect. My daughter spotted it yesterday while we walked the dog in the hills. Can we take it home and look after it?, she begged, and a conversation began. I suggested that in the wild this ‘deformed’ creature would not survive, that we shouldn’t take it home but leave it to its fate,…

202006.12
‘Surviving and Thriving amidst COVID-19’

‘Surviving and Thriving amidst COVID-19’

‘Surviving and Thriving amidst COVID-19’ By Mairead Carroll “Allow yourself to sit with your deepest hidden emotions, become friends with the shadow part of you. Sit under the moon and stars and fall back in love with yourself again like you did when you were three, riding wild with a carefree ease. Write away your…

201902.13
‘Kurt Cobain and his Sideways Stance’ by Dr. Conor Hogan

‘Kurt Cobain and his Sideways Stance’ by Dr. Conor Hogan

​’Kurt Cobain and his Sideways Stance’ by Dr. Conor Hogan I had minor scoliosis in junior high, and since I’ve been playing guitar ever since, the weight of the guitar has made my back grow in this curvature. So when I stand, everything is sideways. It’s weird.”  -Kurt Cobain in taking with Jon Savage in Weddle,…

201804.17

Tiger Woods: A Golfing Great or a Talent not Fully Realised?

Tiger Woods: A Golfing Great or a Talent not Fully Realised? By Dr. Conor Hogan @DrConorHogan ‘Even in the Army, I was not given a fair and equitable chance’ Said lieutenant colonel Earl Dennison Woods who was born March 5, 1932, in Manhattan, Kansas State. He was, of course, referring to his life of strife…

201711.05
What Does Not Kill Us Will Make Us Stronger

What Does Not Kill Us Will Make Us Stronger

What Does Not Kill Us Will Make Us Stronger Dr. Conor Hogan @drconorhogan It became calm, almost serene as finger prints prodded the dryly moist mobile phone screens. Everyone was wondering, even disbelieving that it could happen. A hurricane had never occurred in Irish people`s life times before. An eerie stillness enveloped the warm atmosphere…

201702.28
Scoliosis, The Dáil and The Twisted Logic of The HSE

Scoliosis, The Dáil and The Twisted Logic of The HSE

Scoliosis, The Dáil and The Twisted Logic of The HSE Dr. Conor Hogan @DrConorHogan @BookHubThesisClinic The human spine is a complex structure that primarily supports the major organs of the human body whilst also allowing a person to stand up with adequate support. Although the spine is often referred to as a “Back” by most…

201702.02
Still in Nappies, Sill in Love: A View on #GlamGalway

Still in Nappies, Sill in Love: A View on #GlamGalway

Still in Nappies, Sill in Love: A View on #GlamGalway by Jackie McKenna @lamjackiemc it’s almost been a year since my first ever visit to the City that stole my heart. – The beautiful city of Galway. I gave myself a challenge to drive to anywhere in the country, and posted it on Facebook thinking…