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Julia Spencer
🌟Wife, Mummy to 4 fab kids, ODP, lecturer, soon to be trainee surgical ACP, ALS instructor, Edinburgh MSc ClinEd student and YAS CFR🌟Views all my own🌟
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Julia Spencer 12h
I can tell when Meggys tidied her bedroom, the washing machine is full!!
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Julia Spencer 13h
Sat in the park in he sun waiting for Meggy to finish dance. I can think of worse places to be!!☀️☀️☀️
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Julia Spencer Jul 20
Replying to @AshcroftBen
Ben, I promise you it isn’t. I’ve not had the same experience as you, but there are people that care about you a lot xxx
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Marion McNaught Jul 18
About the programme | The University of Edinburgh ⁦
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Julia Spencer Jul 19
Replying to @WintRebecca
I hope things work out for you. We lost Timmy in the autumn last year. The house is quiet, even with four kids!
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Julia Spencer Jul 19
Replying to @WintRebecca
We had this with our lab Timmy. He was 12.5 years old. Unfortunately nothing helped him, and he wasn’t happy. We had to make that tough decision for him 😢 I hope things are better for you guys x
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Julia Spencer Jul 19
Replying to @roryep @BelfastTrust
😊👍 she’s just got back to the ward after 9.5 hours of surgery. In a bit of pain but at least she’s back and they’ll get on top of it xxx
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Julia Spencer Jul 19
Fantastic! Best thread I’ve seen for ages!! 🤣🤣🤣
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Julia Spencer Jul 19
Replying to @DrBenLovell
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Julia Spencer Jul 19
It’s going well so far, thank you. The team are really nice and have been really welcoming. Just trying to get my head round timetabling! 🤯🤯
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Julia Spencer Jul 19
Replying to @hjsnhslks
It could be arranged!
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Julia Spencer Jul 19
We certainly do, and sometimes as healthcare professionals we battle on or don’t believe it can happen to us. It can, and does. Molly was nowhere near as ill as we were lucky it was single organ failure but she is certainly my driving force for educating about Sepsis.
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Julia Spencer Jul 19
Very brave of you to share this Jaco xxx
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Julia Spencer Jul 18
Operation day again for Grannie Annie today to remove a large second tumour found in her spine. It’s hard being so far away and not being able to help. Spoken to her just now and she’s chipper. I know the guys will take good care of her
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Sethina Watson Jul 18
Resurrecting an old thread for those of you about to start anaesthetic training. You are about to start a rewarding, fascinating & brilliant specialty! I’m sure many of my anaesthetic twitter friends can add some
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Julia Spencer Jul 18
I’m guessing that because they are not registered, and have been trained to give certain meds in certain situations, they are not breaking any rules. Just like band 3 HCA’s administering insulin etc
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Julia Spencer Jul 18
Replying to @vc_medic @CollegeODP
We need prescribing!!!
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Julia Spencer Jul 18
Replying to @vc_medic @CollegeODP
I think you may come unstuck with meds. We’ve had this problem for ages, despite the relevant training, can’t administer under PGD’s or PSD’s. Only emergency life saving drugs such as adrenaline for anaphylaxis or for ALS providers adrenaline and amiodarone in cardiac arrest
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Julia Spencer Jul 18
Replying to @Norgeous @TheResusRoom
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Mark Forrest Jul 18
Hugely proud of our nursing staff in who have adopted the Guard of Honour for patients and families that make the ultimate gesture at difficult times (stockpictures)
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