Home Fashion Trends Fashion Trends Devika Tripathi By Devika Tripathi | on March 8, 2021 The visual concepts can sometimes overshadow clothes but on rare occasions, you pause and reflect because you find yourself appreciating a connect between clothes and concept. The fashion label, Ka-Sha is such a rarity, which strikes a perfect balance between visual narrative and artisanal heritage. With Ka-Sha's Instagram feed boasting a meticulous display of breezy clothes against unassuming backdrops, the label founded by Karishma Shahani Khan, beckons us to value homegrown crafts heritage and contemporary garment construction. "I believe in creating contemporary outfits but introducing textiles, concepts, and stories, so that anywhere in the world the brand's clothes can be worn," expresses Karishma. Somewhere between minimalism and maximalist, Ka-Sha is the label that has evolved in such a way that it cannot be boxed into a certain … [Read more...] about Women’s Day 2021: Karishma Shahani Khan Speaks About Her Label, Responsible Fashion, And Digital Fashion Week
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Case Scenario: A 60- year-old patient who is COVID-19 positive undergoes experimental in-home IV treatment. While at home, the next day following the procedure, someone is insistently knocking at the patient’s door. The patient and spouse are surprised because they are under quarantine and are not expecting anyone. They open the door. An individual identifies themself as a nurse from the hospital that provided the IV treatment and states they are there to hospitalize the patient. The patient and spouse are startled by this, as they were informed that the in-home IV treatment was performed to prevent hospitalization. The patient has never met this nurse. Moreover, the patient’s fever has been remitting and although fatigued feels much improved. The nurse states that it is easier and safer for staff to monitor the patient’s progress in the hospital as opposed to their home. The patient states that they are feeling much better and prefers to be at home to recover. The nurse … [Read more...] about Do You Have the Right to Say No?
In an unprecedented case, a civil jury has awarded $1 million in damages to a psychologist who was retaliated against after she challenged the validity of a state hospital's competency restoration methods. Experts at the trial included Thomas Grisso and Randy Otto , prominent leaders in the field of forensic psychology who have written and taught extensively on best practices in the assessment of competency to stand trial. After a month-long trial with dozens of witnesses, the jury found that Napa State Hospital failed to apply generally accepted professional standards for competency assessment and coerced its psychologists to find patients competent to stand trial "without regard to the psychologist's independent professional judgment, and without application of objective, standardized, normed, and reliable instruments." Melody Samuelson. Photo credit JL Sousa, Napa Valley Herald Melody Samuelson , the psychologist plaintiff, ran afoul of her … [Read more...] about Psychologist Whistleblower Awarded $1 Million