Reframing Suffering When It All Feels Like Too Much Dr. JFW Ndikum Author: Words of A Feather. The Mystic Musings of A Medical Man "If that bleep goes off one more time, I swear to God I'm going to explode".Sound Sound familiar? Of course, it does. It's you. It's me. And it's likely also every … Continue reading PHYSIOLOGICAL POWER IN CHAOTIC CLIMES
Today the NHS fell victim to a ransom hack by the “Wanna Decryptor” virus. A large number of NHS trusts have been affected by the virus that has disrupted services, and harmed patient care. The ransom hack demanded payment in the form of bitcoin, a digital currency to end the ransom. The Clinical Developers Club … Continue reading NHS Bitcoin Ransom Hack: The Facts
Hi everybody, my name is Dr. Abison Logeswaran and I’m currently working as a specialty registrar in Ophthalmology at the Royal Free London. Upon completion of my medical degree, I went on to complete my MSc in Health Informatics at City University London. Completing my MSc part-time while undertaking my foundation training (first two years … Continue reading The Digital Doctor
Florence Nightingale arrived at a military hospital in Scutari, Crimea to find squalor, chaos and death.She left it organised, efficient and a less dangerous place to stay. The organisational skills of Nightingale are well known, and rightly celebrated for saving the lives of many soldiers, but it was through her lesser known abilities that she … Continue reading What does nursing have in common with statistics?
As the average household computing power increases, computing power cost decreases. As the Internet and high level programming evolves more and more non-traditional developers are learning code and using it to increase their productivity in their jobs. It’s no secret that more and more doctors are becoming interested in coding, tech development and software implementation. … Continue reading Applying your coding skills in the NHS