Macbeth: Act 5; Scene 1. Doctor: “What is she doing? Look at how she rubs her hands.” I scrutinised the performances. Each…
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Long gone are the days of our parents’ and grandparents’ generations, when you would graduate, join a company or…
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Touch is a sensitive thing. No pun is intended here, but whether and how we touch our patients deserves our careful thought…
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There is nothing as important as taking a good history. I thought I had mastered the skill and had even been employed for a…
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Despite long-standing advice from peak medical bodies including the World Health Organization that long-acting reversible…
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When Melissa Sheldrick’s eight-year-old son died from a dispensing error, punishing those who made the mistake was not on…
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There are so many simple and effective methods of communication in life that are available to anybody who wants to utilise…
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The changes that have occurred in healthcare over the past few years represent a sea change from the autonomy and clout that…
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