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New PhD: Chronic pain in adults with OI

New PhD in OI: Experience of Chronic pain in adults with OI Interview with Rubén Muñoz Cortés My name is Rubén Muñoz Cortés and I work as a psychologist at Fundación AHUCE. I am specialized in clinical psychology, and my primary role involves offering psychological therapy to individuals with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) or other dysplasias,…

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OI & Disability Burn-Out

“Disability Burn-Out”: Internalized Ableism and its consequences! By Raul Krauthausen, disability activist with OI A disability can be stressful and sometimes trigger burnout. Often, one’s own internalized ableism plays a major role – in other words, the pressure of having to gain a raison d’être through performance and functionality. This can rule a lifetime. It…

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ADVOCACY

Guide for parents after diagnosis

Your newborn child is finally here, but when you discover that all is not as it should be, what do you do? – When your child is diagnosed with a rare condition, there are so many things that go through your head. OIFE recommends the publication “Guide for parents after diagnosis”  to parents after they…

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STORIES

The art of being unhappy

Can we be unhappy or do we keep on with that unbreakable spirit which people with OI all seem to have? Why do we want to be so happy? Think about this with me for a while! Imagine: you were a 2 year old toddler and your mother or father asks you to draw something…

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MEDICAL

Psychosocial aspects in OI

In 2019 Care4BrittleBones would like to build up a network to foster knowledge exchange around psychosocial aspects of OI. The network will be led by Dr. Kara Ayers (photo) from Cincinnati children’s hospital, USA and Dr. Claire Hill from Sheffield’s children hospital, UK. The purpose of the network is to explore key topics of shared…

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RESEARCH

Research Interview – “Pain and OI”

Interview with Rubén Muñoz Cortés, psychologist of Fundación AHUCE Who are you? I am Rubén Muñoz Cortés. I live in Valencia, Spain. I am a psychologist with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology. I am a PhD candidate in Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Valencia. Throughout my career, I have…

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