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Whose leg is it anyway?

“In the complexity of modern healthcare we need an entire village of people to care for us, not one sole trader”Is it time to change the name […]

Sitting on a plastic chair

“I never expected to have a deeply emotional experience, with a tear in my eye, while sitting on a plastic chair in the middle of a basketball […]

New podcast – Brave Journeys

I’d love you to listen to this fab new podcast where we talk about a lot from science to COVID to dealing with stress. Thanks for great […]

Sneak preview into book 2 . . .

Apart from the terrible freeze frame, here is a short video including a sneak preview into my second book, How Kissing a Frog Can Save Your Life.

A reunion

It was so fantastic to be reunited with one of the sickest patients I’ve cared for. Seeing him be a dad and a husband was pretty special. […]

Days of Decision

Here is my latest BMJ article broadly based on the amazing Song, “Days of Decision” by Phil Ochs, covered by the amazing Martyn Joseph.

Great podcast

Thanks to Lydia Wilson for asking me to speak on her great podcast. Have a listen here.

Lockdown book launch

Paperback book launch Explaining what intensive care can and cannot do is more important now than ever. So I’d love you to join me on Facebook for a live 20 […]

The Red Thread

In a strange coincidence, my BMJ column this month is about the same topic that I’m trying to teach my daughter in home schooling . . . […]

Giraffe based technology

Thanks to Dr Dean Burnett for asking me to talk on his new podcast. recorded before COVID19. Sorry about the ridiculous look on my face.

CNN message to Trump

Thanks to CNN for interviewing me about my letter to President Trump. Listen to the interview here.

A letter to the President

Here is a letter I have written to President Trump inspired by the writing of Nye Bevan and the song by Martin Joseph. If you enjoyed reading […]

BBC news

Thanks to the BBC for carrying this, full story here.

COVID-19: A letter from the ICU

The reason I wrote my book “Critical” was to talk with the public about intensive care. Yet, I have been completely humbled by the kind words in […]

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