Not so much, ‘When in doubt, act,’ more, ‘When in doubt, care.’
Tag Archives: compassion
Do Not Attempt (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation) and Advance Care Plans in the time of Covid
Well, if nothing (but everything) has changed, what is the big deal about DNACPR and ACP; what is new?
Beds (or bust)
The government is screwing the NHS through mismanagement at every level and this is left as the elephant in the room. Think of a grey animal. Yes, think of a struggling system.
People might think that surely, within the 21st Century there can’t be that many people out there with these issues – have you read my blog on arses?
The Death of Stalin
I thought it an odd way for someone to explain, ‘This is how we do it,’ but, there you go – within a short few years that person had become a victim of the system themselves.
Post-traumatic bullying disorder
It is interesting. If you go back to the Great War and look at the men who returned from the front to be shot for cowardice, or later diagnosed with shell-shock and what we know today as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, how society views health and disease, physical and psychological wellbeing, evolves over time. It isContinue reading “Post-traumatic bullying disorder”
You don’t live here any more
The pain or care home relocation after a period of notice can often be avoided by the skilful use of person-centred techniques.
We all serve as counterbalances to the good and bad of society, we all carry the can for the aspirations and failures of our friends, families and colleagues.