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Imagining Hope from Dante's Inferno: Observations on ‘Person-centred Practice’

  • Nick Rushworth (a1)

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Look, I’m hardly what you’d call on the speaking circuit, but I’ve gone enough rounds with rubber chickens to know only an idiot with a death wish would get between anyone and a buffet dinner – a set of bottomless (very gourmet, I’m sure, but still bottomless) chafing dishes. If it's any consolation, I won't be holding you back for too long.

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Address for correspondence: Nick Rushworth, PO Box 220, Marrickville NSW 1475, Suite 5, Hodson Building, Royal Rehab, 241 Morrison Road, Putney NSW 2112, Australia. E-mail: nick.rushworth@braininjuryaustralia.org.au

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