Learning to play. Playing to learn.

In my day job I do a lot of teaching and a bit of game play. The gaming only happens when I can combine the two. Here’s an game I devised that  game we use during a lecture on Quality Management. It’s called ‘The Pharmacist’s Dilemma’. I decided to experiment with videoing this talk as a […]


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Why judgement closes doors

I spend a lot of my time in different communities – rich/poor; Muslim/Christian; science/faith; old/young – and so I’m always wondering what makes us all different.   I think a community needs three key things, each of them built upon the previous idea. A community needs people or members. (That kinda goes without saying really!) The […]

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