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Rich Gorman works at Cardiff University’s School of Geography and Planning as a human geographer. Rich’s research focuses on the concept of ‘therapeutic spaces,’ as well as the role of animals in different care and therapeutic activities, in order to better understand how animal life can help vulnerable people create spaces of good health and wellness, helping them to navigate and negotiate a variety of challenging life situations. Rich is also interested in emphasizing the healing qualities that humans can offer to other animals, as well as exploring how human and non-human treatment can be brought together and framed by egalitarian mutualism relationships.
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To recognize situated practices in health, treatment, and medicine, my study takes an interdisciplinary approach and employs qualitative social science research. I’m particularly interested in how health interacts with people’s cultural, legal, and emotional relationships with animals, as well as how health intersects with complex policy interfaces involving human and animal care.
In September 2017, I started as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Geography, working on The Animal Research Nexus: Changing Constitutions of Science, Health, and Welfare project with Professor Gail Davies and collaborators from a variety of institutions and disciplines.
Our collaboration with Gail Davies seeks to better understand patient and public interest in animal testing practices.
By drawing on the lived expertise of people impacted by the health issues that research intends to support, patient and public engagement aims to encourage patients and members of the public to contribute their interests to the production and implementation of health services, as well as enhance the quality and relevance of research.
We want to know how participation and interaction events can be organized in a way that is responsive to the diverse perspectives of lay participants, scholars, and those involved, while still allowing for genuine and meaningful conversations.
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God has a very unique personality in mind for your church as He constructs it, one that is built to involve your congregation in very specific ways. If you’re not careful, though, you may miss it. In today’s fast-paced world, you can feel compelled to define the design before you even step foot on the ground. God has been preparing the community for a long time, and you have been invited to join Him in it. He desires for you to join Him in what He is already accomplishing. Rich Gorman’s latest eBook describes a “5 P” approach to city interaction that will help you think differently about your city and reimagine the ways God is asking you to join Him in healing your city for His glory.
Rich and Dori Gorman serve as campus pastors at the Edgewater campus of Community Christian Church in Chicago. Edgewater is one of the most densely populated and culturally diverse areas in the world. The Edgewater campus is a diverse group of people who are dedicated to serving God as he heals us and our families.
Mosaix is a relational network of local church pastors and planters, scholars, educators, and ministry leaders who exist to catalyze the growing movement in North America and beyond to create safe multi-ethnic and economically diverse churches for the sake of the Gospel.
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In his three years as a Bear, he has shown the ability to hit for both power and average…redshirted in 2006 to recover from fall 2005 right elbow surgery…has shown the ability to hit for both power and average in his three years as a Bear…has shown the ability to hit for both power and average in his three years as a Bear…has shown the ability to hit for both power and average in his three years as a Bear…has shown the ability to hit for both power and average in his three years
DURING MY JUNIOR YEAR (2009): Before being struck by a pitch and fracturing his right thumb Feb. 27 at Long Beach State, he had played five of Cal’s first six games…ended the season batting.240 (6-for-25,.111 vs. Pac-10) with two doubles and an RBI…had eight starts in left field and two as designated hitter…was 2-for-4 with a double Feb. 23 against Vanderbilt…
AS A SOPHOMORE (2008): Batted.268 (42-for-157,.273 vs. Pac-10) with eight doubles, four home runs, and 20 RBI…had a career-high seven-game hitting streak March 16-28 (9-for-28,.321, 3-2B, 3-HR, eight RBI)…was 4-for-11 (.364) with two RBI at Arizona State April 25-27…went 4-for-13 (364) with a double, home run, March 14-16…hit two home runs in the first inning against the Lions…went 5-for-9 with three RBI at the Minnesota Tournament in early March…hit a team-best.383 (18-for-47) with runners in scoring position…was named to the Pac-10 Academic All-Academic second team…