social, health, political imagery through the lens of George J Huba PhD © 2012-2019

The Plan [Home Sweet Home]

This is the personal blog of George J Huba PhD. I was trained as a research psychologist, have 35 years of experience in research and program evaluation of healthcare models, and was diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease in 2010. Since my medical early retirement in 2011, I have focused my personal research on evaluating and developing inexpensive visual thinking methods (such as mind mapping/modeling) for those with cognitive decline, dementia, typical aging, or for adults who wish to minimize future cognitive decline. Having professionally worked with several thousand health- and social-care professionals over 35 years, my work is informed by the dozens of disciplines working on neuroscience research, patient care, aging, caregiving, and healthcare systems development.


The focus of the blog is on the issues shown below. If you click on the image, it will expand.


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Mind Maps/Mapping/Models

Case Management

Self Care


Mental Health

Big Data







  1. August 6, 2016

    Prof. Huba, I am glad for your blog. I discovered recently mindmapping and in your blog I’ve found a great introduction and application ( I am a nurse and I can benefit from your insights into healthcare.)
    Thank you,


    • August 6, 2016

      Thank you. The work you see here is that of an individual trying to live well with cognitive decline and using paper-and-pen and simple computer programs to try to live better.


Trackbacks & Pingbacks

  1. Where is the Switch to Turn Off #Apathy During My #Dementia, a #MindMap | Hubaisms: Bloopers, Deleted, Director's Cut
  2. Review of iMindMap 11 (by G J Huba PhD) | Hubaisms: Bloopers, Deleted, Director's Cut
  3. Mind Mapping: Using Visual Thinking to Improve Patient Care and Quality of Life – Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation
  4. Developing Rohde-Style Sketchnotes in a Mind Map Computer Program: Huba’s Suggestions for Dementia and Typical Aging | Hubaisms: Bloopers, Deleted, Director's Cut

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