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Month: May 2016

Let’s talk

We humans are so incredibly expert at communication that we often forget about its importance, a little like breathing – which in a similar vein, is only an issue when you can’t.
Let’s talk

Continuity (ii)

I try my best to ensure the continuity of care, of relationships, particularly on my ward, which is critical as so many of the patients themselves are lost – being lost within a system which is itself lost, must be terrifying.
Continuity (ii)

Continuity (i)

When we are apart, although we exist in different spaces, so long as we have a spiritual connection, we are together – I think of the distance in time and geography that separates me from my family and friends;
Continuity (i)