Chatting over coffee with one of our new grads recently, I shifted to conversation to see how she had been… Read more “I thought people would be nicer”: Why paramedics may not seem the most caring of the healthcare professions.
Understand that everyone has an agenda.
Recently as I was sitting in the report writing area smashing down pseudoephedrine like skittles, a colleague turned and drily… Read more Should I go to work when I’m sick?
In ambulance, there are rules. Nobody in particular set them.We cannot change them. They simply exist. It was late at… Read more By the rules.
It’s been awhile since I posted properly sorry! It’s been super busy and I promise I’ve got lots of good… Read more The basics of self care
There are few jobs in the world more difficult to gain a proficiency in than those in front line healthcare.… Read more Don’t give . Why you shouldn’t drop out of your grad year and internship.
Not much has been happening at work which means not much has been happening on my blog! Whilst I could… Read more All quiet
If you’ve ever spent anytime in an ambulance, you’ll know that there’s only so much clinical work that can be… Read more Building rapport: the art of small talk
Very few people enjoy being evaluated. Most of those who say they do, are either liars or not receiving proper… Read more Hate being judged? Why we need evaluation
It’s just like pizza shops and coffee: despite your best attempts, you expect to stumble upon a couple of bad ones. Just move on, and make the most of the great ones. Read more……