This is how I often start, begin the conversation, listen to the story from the perspective of the husband or […]
Sure, we know that unnecessary hospitalisation is bad, but what about inappropriate institutionalisation?
Your horns Are, I am afraid to say, too small to be consistent with Alzheimer’s I will need to Consider […]
We used our Purple bag scheme and there was a 33 per cent drop in the numbers of patients experiencing pneumonia.
How hard it is to see the person you love fragmenting, progressing through moments without recollection, changing, shape-shifting into someone […]
OK. It is Dementia Awareness Week 2017. Now, until Sunday the 21st. If you want to see what was going-on […]
Sure, life is suffering – so Buddha has taught us; in the 21st Century, the new mantra is that suffering is optional. We know what leads to suffering –
Here I go again, moaning about medicine… Well, I can’t help myself this time – I can’t remain shtum and […]
Nevertheless, within the dark underbelly of medicine, where geriatricians live, there are some quite stunning effects often, from stopping and sometimes starting medicines.
In other words, intravenous saline although a fundamental part of modern medicine is nowhere near as good as a cup of tea.
Slow down, be mindful, respect your elders, respect your knees & don’t mess too much with your hair!
Anyway, back to being blocked.
Back to the cyclists and my standing on the kerbside with my dog.
These are questions I will never be able to answer.
To a box, the world is the world, is the world.
Attribution is funny and not something I fully understand.