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The new cultural norm: reasons why UK foundation doctors are choosing not to go straight into speciality training: The number

blog post image The new cultural norm: reasons why UK foundation doctors are choosing not to go straight into speciality training: The number of UK foundation doctors choosing to go straight into speciality training has fallen drastically over the last 10 years: We sought to explore and understand the reasons for...

Exploring Faster Screening with Fewer Tests via Bayesian Group Testing:

blog post image "Exploring Faster Screening with Fewer Tests via Bayesian Group Testing: Posted by Marco Cuturi and Jean-Philippe Vert, Research Scientists, Google Research, Brain Team How does one find a needle in a haystack..." Testing a population of 16 where only one is positive would require 16 tests. However,...

Research suggests that drones could quickly deliver life-saving interventions during city

blog post image Research suggests that, in certain cases, drones could quickly deliver life-saving interventions during city’s peak rush hour. Could drones be used someday to deliver life-saving medications or interventions in the case of a child’s emergency, a drug overdose or in response to a mass casualty scene?...

Factors associated with successful dementia education for practitioners in primary care: an in-depth case study.

blog post image Factors associated with successful dementia education for practitioners in primary care: an in-depth case study. Designing learning for person-centred care is challenging and needs to involve an approach that works with HCPs and interdisciplinary teams. “With increasing numbers of people in the UK...

Expedition Bjurälven: On the Jämtland mountains, a group of spelunkers and cave divers are exploring what proved to be

blog post image Expedition Bjurälven: On the Jämtland mountains, a group of spelunkers and cave divers are exploring what proved to be Sweden’s longest underwater cave.

The Johari window. A useful tool for exploring barriers in communication.

blog post image The Johari window. A useful tool for exploring barriers in communication.

Just finished reading Edgar Schein's Humble Inquiry: the gentle are of asking instead of telling. Edgar Schein is the Professor

blog post image Just finished reading Edgar Schein's Humble Inquiry: the gentle are of asking instead of telling. Edgar Schein is the Professor of Management Emeritus at MIT Sloan School of Management. This simply written and short book communicates his life's work on organisational psychology. Very well written. ...

Retail clinics best used as backup to a patient's primary care physician: The American College of Physicians (ACP) today

blog post image Retail clinics best used as backup to a patient's primary care physician: The American College of Physicians (ACP) today said that retail health clinics - now commonly present in drugstores and/or big box retailers - are best used as a backup alternative to a patient's primary care physician for the...

Day 55 - #thecrapartist - watercolour washes Exploring watercolour washes with Essaouira views and Arabic patterns.

blog post image Day 55 - #thecrapartist - watercolour washes Exploring watercolour washes with Essaouira views and Arabic patterns.