Students, you make us better doctors!

  As a medical student, I remember a consultant saying to me, "Watch what I do, take away what you like, forget what you don't. Do that throughout your career and you'll end up emulating the best of your trainers." I found this strange, as it encouraged me to scrutinise the way senior doctors behaved.... Continue Reading →

The needle and the damage done: circumspection

Scrolling through my timeline on Twitter the other day, I saw that a junior doctor had suffered a ‘blood splash’, presumably in the face. This is when a patient’s blood is sprayed or flicked into your mouth or eyes…carrying with it the risk of infection from a blood borne virus such as hepatitis C or... Continue Reading →

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