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UK Emergency Dept consultant & Med Ed fan. Jack of all trades, master of none. All cases/images anonymised, non contemporaneous & for education only
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ED Doc 42m
Do multilingual ED Staff have to only speak English on the shopfloor or can they legitimately speak their native tongue to each other or patients. Could patients and other staff misconstrue this? I can see both sides
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ED Doc 3h
To build great you can try & sit in a meeting room together or you can go back to basics and walk, talk and eat together. The results will be way better
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ED Doc 5h
The first question in any Incident reporting should be ‘are you still angry & cross at what’s just happened?’ If the answer is yes (as it often is) then return in 24hrs to fill in the form (if you still want to).
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ED Doc 5h
How many legs does this elephant have? Perspective is a funny old thing and we all see things differently.
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ED Doc 18h
Literally the BREXIT of medical education
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ED Doc May 21
Starwars MB Personality testing
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ED Doc May 21
MB Personalty testing. Good to know yourself but more important to know how other people may differ from us & how we need to adapt to each other to function and flourish
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ED Doc May 21
Is personality fixed or malleable? Are you glass half full or half empty?
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ED Doc May 21
Talent is great. is far more important.
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ED Doc May 21
We need to be both managers and leaders. One without the other just won’t work.
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ED Doc May 21
The dirty R word. An interesting way of looking at the factors that stretch your personal pot of resilience
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ED Doc May 21
We often feel improvements & innovations are about creating new Ideas. Sometimes we can just improve the current strategies by identifying & removing the barriers that exist and limit us. Sound familiar?
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ED Doc May 20
Embrace, don’t fight change. It’s the only constant.
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ED Doc May 20
‘I’ve got a really good / podcast on that...’. does hearing that from a colleague / teacher make you happy or roll your eyes...?
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ED Doc May 18
Saw a surgical team having post ward round coffee & catch up. Despite clear hierarchical elements at the coffee table there was also clearly great value for all parties to ‘Take 5’ & chat. How do we ED teams ensure this happens too? Bravo surgeons bravo
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ED Doc May 18
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ED Doc May 18
The eternal dilemmas faced by the EM worker
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ED Doc May 17
Sadly measles deaths still happening in 2019. General public - Pls don’t listen to the scaremongering. Professionals - pls ask EVERYONE if they’re imm’d & if not have the talk
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ED Doc May 17
Really don’t feeel like this happens.
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ED Doc May 15
Children’s mental health is a hugely increasing problem of our times. We see it in ED at its worst but remember all parents & carers have to consider their own & their kid’s mental health. Put this poster up in your ED - if it helps 1 family you’ve won
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