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Tessa Davis
Paeds EM doc - returned from Aus to work in the NHS. Read more about me at
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Dominika Goroszeniuk 45m
Replying to @TessaRDavis
Our bosses give us their mobiles and we have a list in the Reg office of everyone's number if we need it. It's great 👍
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Simon McCormick 7h
Anyone I official clinically/educationally supervise and all the FY1s in the hospital have it. I use it as mark of pastoral care commitment.
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Edward gomm 7h
It makes complete sense rather than relying on outdated bleep systems
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#hellomynameiskirsty 7h
All our home & mobile numbers on the wall in the registrar office. Never been abused yet.
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rob rogers Mar 21
If I needed something to help me refuel as a strive to make an impact in medical education...I just found it.
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Tessa Davis 16h
Replying to @MartinBromiley
Fabulous advice from . We all make mistakes. Don’t dwell relentlessly - learn and move on.
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Martin Bromiley Apr 21
When you make an error, acknowledge it, make it right & learn from it. When someone else does, remember it could be you. Stay humble & safe
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Dr Sammy 23h
Can anyone recommend a good mindfulness course or online tools for healthcare professionals?
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David 18h
Replying to @drbidz
Not a consultant, but all of the regs in our team have all of the consultants' numbers. Makes life easier.
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Claire Salter 18h
As a junior doc, it makes it feel less intimidating to phone / text than have to go through switch
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Tessa Davis 18h
Replying to @drbidz @Damian_Roland
Hope so - let us know!
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Damian Roland 18h
Replying to @TessaRDavis @drbidz
Slightly different but in the Children's ED I write my mobile number on the white board. Public declaration of open access I suppose.
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Tessa Davis 18h
Replying to @drbidz
My mobile number is locatable online anyway, and I haven’t been inundated with prank calls, so I think it’s a pretty safe move.
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Andy Tagg Apr 21
Definitely a challenge in multi-stream conferences - hence recording those at
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Emergency Physicians Apr 23
10 tips for giving trainees feedback by -ST
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Tessa Davis 18h
I’m not yet a consultant but I will give them my mobile in case of problems. Can’t see any reason not to and it makes life easier all round.
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Tessa Davis Apr 22
Can you maintain balance in a hectic world? The Hidden Curriculum - Funambulism -
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South London EM FOAM Apr 20
Remember, if you think patient has cauda equina, nbm and no blood thinners. Do post void scan- if normal CE very early or unlikely.
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Haydn Drake Apr 20
Replying to @DFTB17
For great resources on Paediatrics, check this out ➡
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Rach Apr 21
Before posting on social media people should also ask why they're doing it - can't see any good outcome from posting 'just did a lap' etc
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