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Teacups

In other words, intravenous saline although a fundamental part of modern medicine is nowhere near as good as a cup of tea.
Teacups

The Interceptors

The point, as is often the case, is my aversion to patients. Or rather, the existential construct that relates to the ‘patient state’ = they who suffer; with the principal goal of my life being to obviate suffering, my objective is to really stop people turning into patients. And that is the role of the interceptors.
The Interceptors

Let’s talk

We humans are so incredibly expert at communication that we often forget about its importance, a little like breathing – which in a similar vein, is only an issue when you can’t.
Let’s talk

Continuity (ii)

I try my best to ensure the continuity of care, of relationships, particularly on my ward, which is critical as so many of the patients themselves are lost – being lost within a system which is itself lost, must be terrifying.
Continuity (ii)