First of all, I want to stress that this story is not to be used to advocate a private healthcare system. The story reveals behavioral economics that would be true in both private and public funded systems. My mother is a retired physics teacher. She now spends her time buying and developing property so she … Continue reading My remote patient monitoring story highlights NHS inequality
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?