There may be women in the Tory party, it is however a sexist juggernaut.
Monthly Archives: June 2022
I, like most people have a favourite pair of pants.
He had and has inherited my dad’s bibliophilia;
Language is funny and people are odd; thoughts of Macca, Kendrick and family relations
Climate change and the Anthropocene are their lingua franca. Heck, Ukraine then Roe v Wave last week. They see further than me, and that is great, that makes it worthwhile.
Weight loss junkie (the pitfalls of too much safety)
Family-doctor-dietician and still losing weight; you must be failing the person, not meeting their needs, not creating innovative or adequately tasty food, not supporting mealtimes, not doing your job.
I move through empty space.
Although if you are my brother,
Ancient Greek scholar (he’s a Greek scholar, not ancient).
This would not be surprising,
Belly. Thank you to Denise Lewis and the theory of misattributed causes
What happens when you blame others (things) for your own failings. Look within young Padawan.
I was taken aback yesterday (Human Factors, Elaine Bromiley & your local medical school)
Yesterday, Friday, I was out and about visiting some of our patients. We have an odd or you might say unusual model of healthcare provision in the surgery, I, as a geriatrician, not a GP don’t see a significant number of the ‘regular’ patients, instead I focus on those who are older or living withContinue reading “I was taken aback yesterday (Human Factors, Elaine Bromiley & your local medical school)”
Minimally invasive medicine
They perceive the wonder of human spontaneity, the fragility of hope and fear, the layers of anxiety, of prejudice, hope, joy and deprivation spinning atomic around the patient’s sense of self.
The Sailor from Dinnington
It was a few weeks ago. I was logged-on to a meeting. Locked, stock to the computer screen, my face flickering at 60Hz, my fingers dancing over the keyboard, and, me, for the most pretending to eye-contact, whilst reading the Guardian. During these times I exist in a split reality. My focus switching between theContinue reading “The Sailor from Dinnington”
Just say no.
The doctor might say, ‘I won’t give you any more pain relief until you have a test,’ a kind of pharmacological blackmail.