Everyday history -Burnout dissected

Prashant Bhatt's notes

This Friday, our weekly meeting of “Everyday History Society” had a very interesting extended discussion on the issue of Burnout which we had examined in brief previously

See blog: http://prashantbhatt.com/2012/05/20/check-burnout-forum/

Dr.V.Natarajan (Nattu Bhai) summarized the article findings and discussion of McManus et al –Stress Burnout and doctors: attitudes to work are determined by personality and learning style. (BMC Medicine 2004:2:29)

Radiology department-LBMC, different professionals,                                           managers, doctors, dentists,Staff nurses, radiographers                                               of different nationalities and backgrounds have varying                                    approaches to Issues..                    …

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Which historiography..In search of the Unknown worker.

Prashant Bhatt's notes

Just as every country has a tomb for the unknown soldier, every country should have a tomb for the unknown worker.  As part of exploring “Everyday history” to understand reality of working people in terms of their concrete lived experiences, we examined the theme of peasant consciousness. On the occasion of Naxalbari day-(25th May is observed as Naxalabari day by  revolutionaries in India)  a landmark in peasant struggles in India. The issue of consciousness of peasants took us into the issues of historiography. In this three part blog series we will discuss different issues relating to effects of colonialism on peasant struggles, lessons we can draw. This is especially relevant in the context of today’s Arab Spring where we saw in Libya how the genuine people’s struggle for freedom had a much altered dynamics due to protracted bombing by NATO.

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