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Told you so... by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc And there we have it folks! The psychology behind the behaviour is revealed just as predicted. I know I'm banging on about this but, as a bit of recreational nut-job watchin ... Read on »
It's a jungle out there - let's talk TV by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Well, it is for some people, eh? I know it may not seem relevant to my blog but I think it's important that I point out, without of course piling any more pressure on the ... Read on »
Selfish society by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc You can say what you like in this town! Working through the emotions of another person while they struggle with the death of their baby is a powerful incentive to ... Read on »
Selfish society by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc You can say what you like in this town! Working through the emotions of another person while they struggle with the death of their baby is a powerful incentive to kee ... Read on »
Tonsilpus is on the move by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc This little red ball has been causing quite a stir and we've already had good publicity about him in the Press and on Radio. He's just come back from Holland and will go t ... Read on »
Tough decisions by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I’ve been asked to comment on this article . Of course, being there on the day and having an active role in it, I have been following the enquiry very closely. I am used t ... Read on »
Guns and gumption by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc From a purely ‘dark comedy’ point of view, there are fewer things funnier than hearing that a member of the public who tried to administer an Epipen to a patient having an a ... Read on »
Guns and gumption by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc From a purely ‘dark comedy’ point of view, there are fewer things funnier than hearing that a member of the public who tried to administer an Epipen to a patient having an a ... Read on »
Support by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc It's different being on the desk as part of the 'core team' rather than as a 'when I want to do overtime' person. It's also good for me; I'm getting to grips with a lot of t ... Read on »
The final countdown - part 2 by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc My last day on ‘the car’ and it started with a drunken woman who was taken next door to the ambulance station by her son when she came out in a rash that turned into bruis ... Read on »
The final countdown - part one by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc And I thought my job was tricky! I’ve had a bit of a break so that I can re-charge and write more of the book, which is 4/5ths complete now, thank goodness ... Read on »
Robots in London by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc More and more cases of SLE are appearing; it’s like some kind of convention for the disease has visited town. I’ve dealt with half a dozen cases in the past few months and t ... Read on »
More bumble trouble by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc This was one of my pool shifts and a shorter day for me. I was assigned the ‘spare’ car but only in theory because an actual spare FRU doesn’t exist – not one that runs anyw ... Read on »
Cold heartbeat by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc This is one of the BTP's explosive search dogs. They each have a card giving their names and details. Apparently these cards are collectable, so I'm going to try and get t ... Read on »
Midweek violence by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Rachel and Callum Bunn play host to Mr Tonsilpus on the dark streets of London town during a break in the proceedings. I don’t like being late. I also don’t like bein ... Read on »
The bad bee by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc It’s quite cold out; this month was supposed to be the hottest on record – not as given then. A bee sting in the middle of the shift took me to a theatre – I can’t say ... Read on »
For charity by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Mr Tonsilpus has caught your imaginations I see. The FB group is up and running and I have now registered him for his own website, so look out for the link (he may have his ... Read on »
Mr T's Facebook group by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I've created the FB group for you all to join. Please click on the photo of him on the left side bar to join. Alternatively, click on the title above to go directly to it. ... Read on »
Rabid dogs by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc The torrential rain has eased and tonight was clearer and drier but it didn’t stop yet another driver from trying to kill me as I ran on a call. She turned right ahead of me ... Read on »
Misty nonsense by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc No time for a VDI this evening as a Red3 was passed to me and I was sent to a 'broken nose'. I couldn’t get an answer from anyone about why this would be categorised so high ... Read on »