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Category: Clinical Psychology

The Basics of Clinical Psychology

Gain a better understanding of the meaning of clinical psychology and how it differs from medical...More Details
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Happiness is a State of Mind

Dr. Grace Hopp introduces the concept that happiness is a state of mind based on your perspective...More Details
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Improved Self Care

Dr. Grace Hopp provides advice on improving self care and discusses how it can impact your...More Details
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Programmed Relaxation

Dr. Grace Hopp discusses different relaxation exercises that can calm your mind and body, leading...More Details
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Focus on Changing What You Can

Dr. Grace Hopp explains how focusing on changing only your own thinking and behaviour, rather than...More Details
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Accepting What You Cannot Change

Dr. Grace Hopp discusses the impact on happiness of being able to accept what you cannot change,...More Details
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Appreciation and a Sense of Humour

Dr. Grace Hopp discusses how appreciation fosters happiness and well-being.
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Category: Neurosurgery

Anatomy and Physiology of Acromegaly

Gain a better understanding of the pituitary gland and its role in acromegaly. Dr. David B. Clarke...More Details
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Team Treatment Approach at the Halifax Pituitary Clinic

Take a tour of the team treatment approach to acromegaly with Dr. David B. Clarke.
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Question and Answer Period

Dr. David B. Clarke answers questions about his presentation.
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Category: Neurosurgery

History of Surgical Techniques for Acromegaly

Dr. David B. Clarke talks about the history of neurosurgery from its early beginnings to modern...More Details
Category: Neurosurgery

Basic Anatomy

Dr. David B. Clarke gets up close and personal with the pituitary gland and sella turcica.
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