Medicine : medical humanities : creativity : coffee


After completing a mind-altering first degree in Medical Molecular Biology I went on to graduate in the medical class of 2006. I work as a junior doctor in orthopaedic surgery and am studying for the MLitt in Modern History at The University of Aberdeen (nineteenth century military medicine).
I have been on the losing side playing rugby against the USA and I haven’t yet got a black belt, but I there’s still time. Welcome to the blog –  juggling medicine, history, creativity and coffee – because medicine and the humanities are closer than you think.
Primary Survey refers to the first part of the assessment of sick patients following ABC. Perhaps I should have called this blog – but I own that domain too, so maybe that’s a project for another day.

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