If this narrative has held together, my point is, we can offer just as good, if not better care, treatment and support for particularly older people in their own homes than is available through high-tech medical interventions.
Monthly Archives: June 2020
Waterstones – family trip to Sheffield, book buying and a form of review
After that last election, the one which brought the clown and his Merry Pranksters to power I deleted news and Social Media apps from my phone; it was only with the arrival of Covid that I allowed them back in.
BAME, BME and me
The colour of our skin is various, the shape of our face, head and hair, yet, our eyes, seem a constant.
He has brown eyes doesn’t mean a thing.
Hospital acquired infection, Covid, Coroners and the solstice
Ignaz might not be happy, but Donne would be chuffed.
Covid, my brain and the computer interface
Thanks Jane for allowing me to continue today’s blog; that was about the ways in which Covid has forced a change in my behaviour (likely, yours too) which in turn has led to changes in my brain. It is along the lines of the blog I wrote ages ago after reading a Stephen King bookContinue reading “Covid, my brain and the computer interface”
Covid – my brain, my brain! What is happening to my brain?
Serial processing; switching backwards and forwards from concentrating on Word to Outlook to Chrome uses mental energy;