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Iain Beardsell
Consultant in Emergency Medicine at and Pre Hospital Doctor with . DipIMC. Enthusiastic supporter of via
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Iain Beardsell 3h
Sounds rather fab. Just let me get the boys through school.... It’s the multiple fire pits I’m after.
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Iain Beardsell 15h
If you watch the morning commemoration you might just see the talented Beardsell doing his thing. Dad would be very proud
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Iain Beardsell 18h
All sorts of thoughts after reading this. Not least to watch the Bourne movies again. I hope Clinical Directors everywhere are taking care of themselves. The can be brutal sometimes. The question really is “does it have to be?”
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Iain Beardsell 23h
Hereford. Done.
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Iain Beardsell 23h
South of Banger, on the coast... Still in Wales? But that seems a bit close. Somewhere across the bridge?...
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Iain Beardsell 24h
Bournemouth would be close to Poole and Sea (but in Dorset), be delighted if it’s in Wessex but it’s not and PHT not really your style I’m guessing. Salisbury? Although as I live there would’ve been rather offended if you hadn’t asked me about stuff!....
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Iain Beardsell Aug 13
Replying to @ToriWills2
I didn’t actually know this had gone live! We asked for this “a few” years ago Did you still need to ring the lab?....
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Iain Beardsell Aug 13
This is really very cool.
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Iain Beardsell Aug 13
Replying to @docib
*an “Analgesia Nurse” who’s sole job is to check patients pain levels and PGD pain relief I’m sure there are many more that we could make happen today (or quickly)?.....
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Iain Beardsell Aug 13
I can spell. I can’t type.
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Iain Beardsell Aug 13
Replying to @docib
*someone to answer random phone calls in clinical areas and direct appropriately (not all to the nurse/doctor in charge) *an understanding that education and training will make staff happier, more fulfilled AND more effective *an easy way to “add on” blood tests
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Iain Beardsell Aug 13
Lots of great thoughts, but I want simple things (not culture change!). More ideas.. *Up to date “Directory of services” for ED to access urgent outpatient follow up (rather than admit/wait for registrar review) *Patient transport that operates at least 16 hours a day
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Iain Beardsell Aug 12
We often hear grand plans for A&E restructuring, but what small things would make your ED more efficient? I’ll start... *Printers that always work *Not having to sign ECGs/VBGs for patients who didn’t need them in the first place *An up to date contact list Your turn....
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Iain Beardsell Aug 12
Having just recovered from my GA I’d like an MRI.
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Iain Beardsell Aug 11
Drown. Yes. Swim. No.
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Iain Beardsell Aug 11
Just going to pop this here again.
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Iain Beardsell Aug 11
Replying to @4hrEmergencyDoc
I am 45. General Anaesthetic.
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Iain Beardsell Aug 11
Replying to @ShaunLintern
Every little helps, but anyone who’s ever been involved in an NHS capital build will know how extortionately expensive it is. £2000 for a door anyone?
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Iain Beardsell Aug 10
Replying to @docib
It’s the same line patients call for urgent appointments....
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