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
Contents: -Posters are useful to plan ahead -And are fun to look back on with #gratitude -Doctordom These types of posts are usually done in January to mark the passing … Continue reading Update: Med School
“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.
Sometimes when we are faced by obstacles we can feel dwarfed and overwhelmed. In the experience of myself and many others, the final exams that test practical skills and patient … Continue reading Thinking backwards to leap forwards – Filling up the tank of self belief.