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Still Looking For That Reason Not To Die

Been doing this blog for a while now, during that time I have just continued to get worse which isn’t doing much for my current life expectancy. 802 more words


Not Going With the Flow

As a Phonak user, I have found many benefits to my beloved Bi CROS hearing aids, (getting a sense of sounds coming from both left and right when I’m profoundly deaf in one ear for a start off) but there has always been one little niggle with the aids for me and that’s the… 363 more words

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The five second rule

Scientific discovery is intuitive for some but not for others. Many of us can relate to looking at a map of the world and questioning if the continents ever fitted to together; and then to only learn that they did. 503 more words


Absolutely nothing to do with caravans or satellite TV!

This has absolutely nothing to do with caravans or satellite TV! However I view it as so crucial to everyone in England that I’m publishing it here. 290 more words

Satellite For Caravans

Should Paramedics Work on Their Own in Difficult Situations?

This past week, the Mail Online reported how a patient died after a lone working paramedic refused to enter the property on her own, fearing for her own safety. 533 more words

Nursing Times Awards 2014: Meet the finalists


This year NHS Professionals is co-sponsoring the Nursing Times’ Rising Star Award, along with NHS England and The Florence Nightingale Foundation.

Some nurses stand out from the moment they enter the profession. 1,335 more words


Fix for a broken general practice model?

I’ve just read the following article and felt compelled to offer a view:


With a background as a non-medical clinician and primary care modernisation consultant Mr Lilley’s article does seem to identify the correct questions to be asked of GP partners and offers the most widely accepted solutions in discussion and development within the Primary Care NHS structure & governmental system at the current time. 401 more words