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Peter Brennan
NHS surgeon passionate about training, patient safety, Human Factors. Lead Editor Grays Surgical Anatomy (due 2019) + 5 other textbooks. Author 550+ papers
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Peter Brennan 2h
Replying to @ArtisanTeaSpice
You too. All the best Peter
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Peter Brennan Feb 14
Replying to @CliffordAgius
Superb. Now you’re talking. A patient gave me a bottle of 18 year old Glenfarclas which is mesmerising!! When we go to Glasgow will be in for a treat! No rush with that article as per my email and message. I’m shattered so off to bed. Have another dram for me..!!
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Peter Brennan Feb 14
Check your emails Cliff when you can- sent you an article for your perusal and input if you are interested... ! catch up soon ATB peter
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Peter Brennan Feb 14
Sounds great Perbinder. Did you get some photos....??!!
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Peter Brennan Feb 14
Replying to @dsgscrimgeour
Great stuff Duncan and did you see you are quoted on the RCS England one!!!
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Duncan Scrimgeour Feb 14
Can’t recommend this amazing opportunity enough. Good luck everyone!
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Peter Brennan Feb 14
Great to see that our next Intercollegiate Fellowship has been advertised by the Royal Colleges... Our first fellow has published 8 papers and has a chapter in Gray's Surgical Anatomy too. This is a great opportunity!!
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Peter Brennan Feb 14
Great to see that our next Intercollegiate Fellowship has been advertised by the Royal Colleges... Our first fellow has published 8 papers and has a chapter in Gray's Surgical Anatomy too. This is a great opportunity!!
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Peter Brennan Feb 14
Great to see that our next Intercollegiate Fellowship has been advertised by the Royal Colleges... Our first fellow has published 8 papers and has a chapter in Gray's Surgical Anatomy too. This is a great opportunity!!
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Peter Brennan Feb 14
Great to see human factors awareness being promoted more and more....
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Peter Brennan Feb 14
This is going to be a great meeting for anyone interested in head and neck cancer and its management
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Peter Brennan Feb 14
Replying to @TheDentalSurvey
They are great glasses (Design for Vision). The frames do look a bit dated compared to some Oakley ones I've seem but the prisms are superb!
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Peter Brennan Feb 14
Wow much better weather than when we were there earlier in the week..
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Peter Brennan Feb 13
As I said I'm waiting to get a good photo from our photographer. Besides I don't think that just having a name/position on a hat is the most important thing to lower hierarchy. Its behaviour to others with matters most. You can have a name on a hat and still be horrible to staff
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Peter Brennan Feb 13
Replying to @RecoHeart
Oooh yes..
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Peter Brennan Feb 13
Replying to @CliffordAgius
I knew you were coming back from LAX and thought you would have been knackered. Have to arrange to meet up soon as got so many ideas for things we can do...
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Peter Brennan Feb 13
Great stuff We’ve been invited to run a HF training afternoon for a hospital in the South West... Great to improve safety for patients and fly our hospital flag too
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Peter Brennan Feb 13
This is so important Sorry I can’t be there today as in London for the MRCS surgery exams - just trained some new examiners and stressed to them the importance of HF and how we can all make errors
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Peter Brennan Feb 13
GRAY'S SURGICAL ANATOMY We've practically finished final editing of the head and neck section and I've learnt loads!! Just amazed by the clarity of the illustrations to accompany the operative images.. Here is one of he some nerve variants and the thyroid
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Peter Brennan Feb 12
Replying to @ZarinaSShaikh1
You too xxx
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