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Everyday Heroes: Jessique Savage Part Two

Hello there everybody! Welcome to Part Two of Everyday Heroes: Jessique Savage! I am honestly so humbled by the amount of love that I have gotten for this segment, so please enjoy the final part of Jessique’s interview! 2,079 more words

The Americans that Chose Cuban Med School

Did you know 100 Americans have graduated from Cuba’s top medical school? I didn’t either, until I read a Mashable article translated and reprinted in a Cuban newspaper. 539 more words

Everyday Heroes

Everyday Heroes: Jessique Savage Part One

Well hello there everyone! This week The Knight Life is back with Everyday Heroes and I’m so happy to share with you my interview with Jessique Savage! 2,712 more words


The Pecking Order

It sounds somewhat crude for a generally thought of altruistic all-supporting athletic pursuit as Endurance Running. But that a pecking order exists, which includes even the most isolated of runners, is indeed factual. 323 more words

On Running

The Career that Chose Me: Nursing in Critical Care

I began my nursing career back in 1994 at the tender age of 20, soon after graduating from St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital School of Nursing in St. 1,369 more words

St. John’s

Recognising our hard working House Officers

Each month a House Officer is nominated by members of the clinical and wider multidisciplinary team for the prestigious title of ‘House Officer of the Month’.  604 more words

Staff Engagement

City2Surf with a FreeWheel !

This weeks training session was exciting because Emily tried out her new FreeWheel.

The FreeWheel is described………….. “If you are in a wheelchair and want to have more freedom, get outside, enjoy hiking trails, or easily glide down bumpy sidewalks and curbs, then the FreeWheel attachment is the answer.  232 more words