I’ve picked up my habit of journaling, using ‘The Daily Stoic’. Here’s why I’ve done it, and why I recommend complementing a journaling practice with stoicism.
Dr Henry Richardson Banks and I sat down to talk about Decision Making in Medicine..
I’ve finished the UK’s Foundation Programme! Life has changed gears and I’m excited to get stuck into future opportunities. Read on to find out about how I plan to make the most of this ‘year out’.
Starting to work as a junior doctor was a challenging period. During my time working in Respiratory medicine, I worked hard, saw happiness, love, sadness, life and death. Here’s my account of it.
My first job as a junior doctor was in General Surgery. It was a fast paced job and a steep learning curve, and I embraced getting stuck in to difficult medicine and operations. As always, I learned lots about the good and bad sides of medicine and the human condition. Read on to find out more!
I recently treated a lovely 45 year old female patient who had arrived in the ambulatory care department. As I flicked through her triage notes in preparation for our consultation, … Continue reading Acute on Chronic – Lifestyle Medicine
“I love ITU because it is just a numbers game. Our ward round is a ten-minute discussion outside of the patient’s room. I like it even more when the patient … Continue reading Escape Fires.