Researchers tested the learning of students who had either taken handwritten notes or notes on a (non internet enabled) laptop during a presentation and they discovered that those who had taken handwritten notes did better.
This blog is based on a talk I gave at The ResusNL conference in The Netherlands. It was my first speaking opportunity outside of the UK and I was incredibly nervous but everyone was very welcoming and made me feel at ease. I hope you enjoy it too. Let me present you with a case… … Continue reading Diagnostic Thinking in Resuscitation – Analytical or Analogical
I’ve just finished my first month as a Consultant. It has certainly not all been plain sailing, and as expected there have been ups and downs as I’ve settled into this new role.
As soon as I heard “I’m sorry”, I looked for fault, searching for the answer to the question I had been asked so many times: “What do you have to apologize for?
These are a few lessons from my personal experience across three time frames, prior to, during and after a breakdown, six ways that I believe I could have helped myself in the past and three more that I am working on in the present.
These are the titles that I read over the last year, a short summary of what I thought about them and my totally unique Reading Triage Category!
Not every introvert is a pure introvert and there are certain “introvert” traits I don’t have. I know my core personal values, what is important to me and the way I live my life. These line up with my job and what I do every day.