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Month: June 2019

Am I a bad doctor?

The reasons for this probably relate more to my perception of doctoring than an inherent inability to count – although I was never a natural at maths, more the realisation, or, perhaps, my perception that numbers don’t really matter
Am I a bad doctor?

inwards

I sit on the veranda, Un-noticed. Adults are awake, admiring the dark water. No one looks up. A child, five or six, would see me, older folk are mostly fixed on […]
inwards

the sea

Sitting, waterfront veranda over the Sea of Galilee, called Lake Tiberias, Ha-Kineret in Hebrew or Bahr Aljalil in Arabic; I hear wood pigeon and sparrows. A generator in the background […]
the sea

Spiral

...all the way from human genome project, face transplants, over-the-counter Viagra, genomics and gene therapy to long-length of stay, delayed discharges and workforce crises.
Spiral

Overthink (2)

For someone who has dementia and, as previously described, there isn’t ‘dementia’ but infinite individual variations based upon the person’s life history, experience, physiology and, well, pathology.
Overthink (2)