For today, I hope to keep popping out, spending quality time with patients, understanding what is important to them, their preferences, hopes, fears and aspirations, and supporting them to stay outside acute care.
I don’t usually go-in for prediction. Sure, I think about the future, speculate on what might be, but jumping ahead 48 hours isn’t my usual thing. Tick, tock. It feels like one of those death clocks counting down. Measuring the minutes until everything is over. What happens? I don’t want to think about how IContinue reading “What will happen tomorrow if Labour don’t win the election”