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Molly McLaughlin
Clinical Teaching Fellow Clinical Skills & Simulation . RN - Child.
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Molly McLaughlin Sep 13
I am forever grateful to for your care, compassion, respect. Though your names & faces are a bit hazy I will never forget all that you did! & to my husband my rock & family who held it all together!
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Molly McLaughlin Sep 13
Replying to @mollmc1
I want people to remember: *anyone is at risk *sepsis 6 is only the start of treatment *escalate early *always think about the next step *the road to recovery is long & painful physically & mentally.. * no one is invincible (hard one to except)
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Molly McLaughlin Sep 13
I developed septic shock. My husband arrived at hospital to find me in resus, visibly jaundiced awaiting transfer to Critical Care. I spent 1 week on with AKI, DIC & TRALI & a further 2 weeks . Recovery felt long & painful but I was lucky - I survived
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Molly McLaughlin Sep 13
Replying to @mollmc1
To those reading you may ask how I missed it. Back then I probably would have thought the same. *30yrs old *10 weeks postpartum with no problems at birth or beyond. *ADPKD diagnosis through screening but normotensive, normal function, no previous UTIs. I was not high risk.
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Molly McLaughlin Sep 13
Replying to @mollmc1
I remember looking at myself in the mirror thinking my lips were a ‘bit blue’. I collapsed shortly after & was taken by ambulance to QMC. Despite having been a nurse for 8yrs then, working in PICU, caring for patients with sepsis. I NEVER suspected sepsis.
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Molly McLaughlin Sep 13
Replying to @mollmc1
I want to share my experience: One morning in Oct 2011 I collapsed at my GPs. I had presented to the out of hrs GP the night before with a 4-6hr Hx flank pain & low grade pyrexia. UTI suspected & commenced on oral Abx. Feeling achy having had D&V overnight I went to my GP.
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Molly McLaughlin Sep 13
I recently realised the power of sharing my story of during some scenario based training. The learners bias’ meant sepsis was not in their differentials ‘patient already on oral Abx’ ‘too early for sepsis’. Today is so as bid to raise
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Molly McLaughlin Sep 12
Thanks for organising!
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Molly McLaughlin Aug 28
Completely well deserved!! Great news
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Molly McLaughlin Aug 28
Replying to @KimHelm6 @TeamNUH and 5 others
Happy retirement Liz! Mxx
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Sebastián González-Dambrauskas, MD.👨‍⚕️🏥🌎 Aug 4
Amazing pictures from on pressors/tropes. Missing dopamine ☹️
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NUH Undergraduate Medical Education Department Jul 30
We are very pleased to have 24 local school students with us from the Widening Access to Medicine School scheme. They are spending the week in a mixture of classroom based sessions, skills teaching & practical exposure to wards and theatres.
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TeachThought Jul 25
A Visual Summary: 32 Learning Theories Every Teacher Should Know -
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Molly McLaughlin Jul 25
Congratulations on your new role ! You’ll be fab! 😊
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Molly McLaughlin Jul 25
Definitely will always be an advocate for the fellows role!
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Molly McLaughlin Jul 24
So it’s official in October I’m coming back! 😊 looking forward to joining your fab team! CTF role has been a great experience working alongside such supportive teams
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Molly McLaughlin Jul 24
Stolen from another thread. Visual representation of cannulas 24G-14G (yellow-orange) useful for new CP3 students
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Molly McLaughlin Jul 22
Just collected my badge 🏳️‍🌈
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Molly McLaughlin Jul 20
Replying to @swekhinhtun
Congratulations x
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NHET-Sim Jun 26
Cognitive Load Theory in Simulation
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