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    Resolutions.Vanya Kovach & John Fitzpatrick - 1999 - Australasian Journal of Philosophy 77 (2):161 – 173.
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    The 2016 Federation of Australasian Philosophy in Schools Associations Conference Report.Vanya Kovach - 2016 - Journal of Philosophy in Schools 3 (2).
    The theme of the 2016 FAPSA Conference, held in Wellington, New Zealand, was ‘Philosophy throughout the school years’.[1] When we at P4CNZ chose this theme, we were hoping to attract, as presenters and participants, educators working with students from the first to the last years of school. Such a range, we hoped, would demonstrate the broad relevance of philosophical inquiry, and provide wonderful professional development opportunities for all of our P4C colleagues in New Zealand, and for our visitors from Australia (...)
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  3. An Approach to “Philosophizing” Discussion.Vanya Kovach - 2015 - Childhood and Philosophy 11 (22):349-360.
    This paper responds to the concern that many novice Philosophy for Children facilitators have about how to ensure that students’ discussion is philosophical. Two ways of addressing this concern are outlined, and the second of these is identified as the approach my method builds upon. In particular, I focus on those agenda-setting questions students pose that might be called ”psychological speculation” questions and offer a range of moves for proceeding from those into more centrally philosophical discussion. The approach draws on (...)
     
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    Medication Event Monitoring Systems, Health Resources and Trust.Vanya Kovach - 1998 - Health Care Analysis 6 (4):321-323.
    Rivers et al. raise two ethical issues in relation to the use of medication event monitoring systems (MEMS). The first issue, identified as an 'economic' concern, centres on the waste of health resources caused by patient failure to adhere to medication programmes. The second is the danger that MEMS may pose to 'the trust that should exist between patient and prescriber'. In what follows I offer an analysis of these issues, and their relationship to each other.
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