I’d never really considered healthcare as a competitive sport.
...this of course doesn’t mean that you won’t be the sucker to die on the tablet, you are just less likely.
(lots of references!)
In the past when I have written about Mr Hunt I have struggled to use his name, generally preferring the […]
The system is not coping now, how will it manage tomorrow?
No, everyone can’t find the meaning of life in work, but so many of us find no meaning at all – the existential treadmill drawing us along.
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.
Sure, we know that unnecessary hospitalisation is bad, but what about inappropriate institutionalisation?
Remember, I am not English…
But… Dr Who – he’s international; the guy with the blue police-box, alien time-lord?
This was a recruitment poster from WWI – designed to create a feeling of guilt in young men, chivvying them […]
You take a cup, smash it, pollute the river and offer constant interruptions and the result is not tranquillity or effectiveness, it is, a mess.
I haven't had a chance to thank everyone for the incredible send-off I received on Thursday. It was overwhelming and humbling. Such a group of amazing people - thank you and Namaste.
You hear this term all the time nowadays, at least, if you work in an NHS hospital, are an inpatient […]
You can’t lie in the same hospital bed for more than the average length of stay which in your case, for your disease, disorder or condition is 3.76 days.
Most readers of my blog will not have heard of this term. I suspect most of those working inside the […]
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.
Yesterday I received a letter from a GP. How many of you (patients, that is), realise that within our health […]