Functional Neurological Disorder – Pushing the boundaries of medical credibility?
Whilst doing my ward round I came across a patient who was being attended to by one of the junior doctors, a 12 year old boy who had been admitted with “seizures”, a relatively common condition which most paediatric trainees should feel comfortable in managing. The patient, let’s call him Peter (not his name), had […]
The past year has been a huge challenge for so many of us. Having to share Christmas dinner with my Covid positive son sat eating his Christmas dinner on the driveway whilst the rest of us were in the warmth of the dining room typified what many of us have experienced this year, Covid grew, […]
So we are at the start of the Omicron Covid wave in the UK and following on from the kerfuffle of the “Downing Street Party” the government has implemented “Plan B” in attempt (they say) to reduce the impact of Omicron on the NHS rather than to distract from the loss of trust in a […]