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Working Less Than Full Time
Working LTFT in FY1/FY2Working LTFT can be a great way to improve your work-life balance and applies to individuals in many situations. Obviously, training takes a little longer...
Notifiable Diseases
Notifiable Diseases
As a junior doctor, it is your statutory duty as a medical professional to alert the local public health team to a new or suspected diagnosis of a notifiable disease or condition. Often...
Vertigo is described as an “abnormal sensation of motion. It can occur in the absence of motion or when motion is sensed inaccurately”1Assessing a patient with vertigo can be challenging,...
10 Gifts for your Colleagues
As we all rotate so frequently between departments, many of us like to get our seniors or juniors something nice to say thank you. Personally, I’m a massive gift giver because...
Intensive Care Review
Daily Reviews on the ICU
In the intensive care unit, junior medical staff conduct and present daily reviews of their patients to seniors to guide the planning of care on the ward round.This may well seem daunting...
From the Greek: Syn: together & kopein: to cut - referring to a block in blood supply from the body to the brain, most often due a drop in systemic blood pressure. It is defined as...

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As an F1, you will quite frequently get bleeped to review a patient who has had a fall on the ward, particularly if you are working late evening/nights. Falls in hospital can be anything...
Sepsis is an infection with evidence of organ dysfunction. Septic shock is when a patient with sepsis is hypotensive despite appropriate fluid resuscitation.IntroductionOne...
Acute Asthma
You are unlikely to be expected to make decisions about long term asthma management, therefore focus your efforts on learning how to deal with acute exacerbations.Brief historyIf...
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