In an official Medical Society Blog the following words were recently used in response to thoughts that I had submitted on a medical subject. These singular words were put in inverted … Continue reading “Just a word”
These two fliers are currently being shared by the Royal College of Psychiatrists: The following words, it seems to me, are appearing more frequently in healthcare: It is … Continue reading How mechanical should healthcare be?
Auchengray House has been a ruined shell since a catastrophic fire in 1937. At the time all was going horribly wrong for the multi-millionaire owner, J M Colville. Not only … Continue reading The funeral took place in radiant sunshine
This film attempts to express my concern about the use of mechanical language in the profession of which today I am part. I considered calling this film “It wasn’t spade … Continue reading The spade, the chainsaw; the art has gone