Graduation gift

Stand on the shoulders of giants

 

45 years on the front line

 

How to be an ER doc (even your not an ER doc)

 

How to decrease the chance of getting sued

 

Top ten documentation mistakes 

 

 

How to become a diagnostic legend

 

You spend 20 min taking the history.

 

The consultant walks into the room, asks four questions and makes the diagnosis.

 

This is part of the answer.

 

 

Keep your mind fuelled with knowledge

 

a) e-Learning modules

 

database of e-learning modules.

 

b) courses

 

Watch this 50 second video on how to use the awesome calendar below:

 

Calender

 

 

Turn your smartphone into a lethal weapon, against disease

 

Which apps can make your life easier.

 

 

Hospital switchboard work around.

 

 

Those wanting to change the world, need only apply

 

Complete a free online course (register as a ‘resident’) and you will learn how to make a real change in your organisation.

 

 

How to destroy incompetence

 

If only there were more doctors like this. Maybe you?

 

 

If you want to look after the whole family (General Practice)

 

Here are some resources.

 

 

Claim tax back & rotation tracker

 

This spreadsheet looks simple, but its incredibly awesome.

 

 

Cut out the jargon

 

An excellent doctor is one who can explain medical information clearly.

 

Here’s a database, of explanations of diseases.

 

 

Make your patients love you more, and sue you less

 

Here are the 7 traits of a ‘good’ doctor from the patients perspective.

 

 

Hit your patient, when you have no other choice

 

Violence against NHS staff is a serious issue. So you need to Be Your Own Bodyguard.

 

 

When the tables are turned

 

It’s only when you feel your patients pain, that you actually feel your patients pain.

 

 

Listen to me, I’m talking to you

 

I hope you can see that the advice he gives to the graduating trainees, is relevant to us as medics.

 

 

A final thought

 

Medical students get more arrogant the closer they get to becoming doctors.

 

To help you keep your feet on the ground, please remember that you are full of excrement, urine, gas, and mucus.

 

In fact your 60% water.

 

Not something to be too arrogant about, I don’t think.

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1 comment on Graduation gift

  1. I love your site, it is very insightful, concise and it helps me a lot since I am a visual learner. The mindmaps are the best 🙂

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