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And the winner of this week's Emergency Six Word Story Challenge is...

Happy Saturday to all you patient storytellers, as promised, it’s time for the belated winners’ announcement. I am now home from my globetrotting and will write you a post about my adventures this week, it’s not strictly about writing but it certainly provided food for the muse. 177 more words


On the Main Road

Friday afternoon, the eve of the sabbath. Riding home from my shift in the Emergency Department at Alice Springs Hospital I would have missed her if I’d been abiding by the law. 601 more words



Ask me who went on holiday with camera, associated lenses and tripod, then realised that the tripod quick release plate was back at home on his other camera…….what a wally…..never a truer word was spoken! 59 more words

Home-made water filter

Considering bizarre weather, weird accidents that sever power lines or cut water lines – it isn’t a bad thing to know how to build your own water filtration system. 8 more words


Netizens Disappointed With These Two Nurses Who Were Chilling on Duty During An Emergency. LOOK HERE!

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Nobody wishes for medical emergencies. It can be very depressing and causes anxiety and panic. That is why, netizens can’t help but get angry with this viral post in which 2 nurses are caught freeloading despite the emergency…


Bears: Safety and Avoidance

I’ve noticed there’s a lot of misconceptions about bears and bear behavior. It most likely stems from misinformation, which I loath, so I’m going to give a brief outline of what to actually do in a bear encounter. 798 more words


Surface cleaning effectiveness in a walk-in emergency care unit: Influence of a multifaceted intervention

Frota, P.O. et al. American Journal of Infection Control. Published online: 24 August 2016


  • The interventions immediately improved the effectiveness of cleaning.
  • These improvements disappeared after four months of interventions.
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