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Michelle Johnston
Emergency Physician. Not infrequently covered in blood (someone else's). Sees poetry in pathology (). Purveyor of odd fiction. Inamorata of
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Michelle Johnston Feb 26
so sorry to hear. Big hugs through the twitter-sphere. Look after yourself, and know that people, little as we are, care x
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Michelle Johnston Feb 25
Airports in a storm. This one's a seething mass of missed connections, wrong gates & Vesuvian desk demands. A human Niagara of crossness.
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Michelle Johnston Feb 23
Doris sounds like a disapproving aunt. Good luck surviving her cross rains, & her unfavourable winds.
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Michelle Johnston Feb 23
2 a.m. My shift has finished. I cling onto twitter, looking under its rocks, peering into its corners. Passive entertainment, come at me.
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Michelle Johnston Feb 23
Oh! :-( :-(
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Michelle Johnston Feb 23
A slanderous, abusive, hard-edged, cacophony. The good nurses & doctors sigh, and just get on with things.
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Michelle Johnston Feb 23
Aye 'tis a lively place in the ED tonight. Fruity insults slung across the corridor - abuse fired like barbs & arrows at the staff.
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Michelle Johnston Feb 22
And what a blazing book Extinctions is! Inadvisedly finished reading it in public. Tears. Nose running. General embarrassment
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Michelle Johnston Feb 22
Another group of ACEM fellowship exam candidates about to descend upon their paper-I almost feel sorry for the exam with this talent sitting
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Gwynedd Pickett Feb 22
I'm a fan of this version. 😉
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Michelle Johnston Feb 22
Oh!! Of course! A far more wonderful version :-)
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Jeremy Trevathan Feb 21
It's Wednesday! Gird your loins!
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Michelle Johnston Feb 22
Yes. These things stay with you, don't they. I guess everyone's lives are this sensory anthology of everything we've experienced x
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Michelle Johnston Feb 22
I think, & I suspect it's not just me, that it's not so much the dead that haunt me, rather the look on the face of the ones left behind.
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Lotte Elsa Feb 19
"To poison a nation, poison its stories." - Ben Okri
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Michelle Johnston Feb 21
Yes! This may explain our generous lack of clues about most things. Perhaps we are in a constant state of frobustion.
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Michelle Johnston Feb 21
After all this time in Emergency I still haven't figured out whether humans are colossally robust or as fragile as an autumn leaf underfoot
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Michelle Johnston Feb 20
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Rhys Hughes Feb 20
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Michelle Johnston Feb 20
In possession of tickets to the museum of broken things. The infirm & unwell tumble from dusty shelves. I catalogue the collection on cards.
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