Facebooking this evening with friends. One Size fits all. Only, this doesn’t fit me.
I thank Stephen King for first hitting on this idea*. The existence of the concept of telepathy. I can’t necessarily […]
I’d never really considered healthcare as a competitive sport.
Thinking again of Bruce Lee – back in the 60’s he was aware of the potential harm of naming; the risk of distortion, perversion, narrowing our horizons.
I may say I am not listening to you, or, rather, I will say I am listening but, I will […]
I tweeted yesterday something about the UK’s workforce problems facing health and social care. There you go. Check out the […]
Bike ride, uncertainty. Wobble, unsteady beside shining cars, the metal bright and hot in the afternoon sun. Road is pocked, […]
Alarm clock. Six. No sound besides the ticking which is separate from consciousness. Humming below the surface of realisation.
Troponin, this Millennial test, investigation of the iPhone generation is, despite its reputation not all that.
This is home, this is it, regimented, part of an institution; not what Jake had expected, not part of his life-plan, his bucket list of activities. But then, what to do?
The plan had been to explain to people the why, what, where of my trip to India. We are heading-out, […]
Dead, the moment the breathing ceases and, the heart stops. Relaxation of muscles, slackening of tone sighing-out of self […]
I had intended this blog to focus on my planned trip to India in a couple of weeks; readers will […]
Originally posted on almondemotion:
It is easy to forget how much medicalese and jargon exists within the world of health…
I didn’t really know what I was doing Climbing Over a wall beneath The Acropolis. Greek police were Shouting […]
We had a patient in the ward recently. I won’t say exactly where she came from, but suffice it to […]