I’d be delighted if you wanted to read this Huffington Post article.
I’d love to show you the new cover of “Critical” for the large print edition. It makes me want to open up those theatre doors and feel the pulse! Large prints are generally available in public libraries as well as to order through most book shops.
Here is a BMJ blog about science and “truth” https://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/category/columnists/matt-morgan/
Here is a podcast I did on “resilience” whether you believe in the concept or not . . . https://ficmlearning.org/podcast-resilience/#more-914
“As I fly home from another overseas conference it’s embarrassing that my talk about respiratory disease was powered by jet fuel, while the calories provided by the conference were through meat.” Read more here – https://www.bmj.com/content/368/bmj.m239
A year ago, Andrew Barnett collapsed and his heart stopped beating, as he played football with his young son.
Luckily, it was at on a pitch at a Cardiff leisure centre – which had a defibrillator – and the manager knew CPR techniques.
Andrew, 46, was revived and became part of a hospital trial to see if cooling the body in intensive care helps recovery.
The event was a complete blank but he realises how close to death he came.
The cooling trial, involving nine UK hospitals, is being led by researchers at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.
Altogether, 1,900 patients worldwide are part of the trial, called TTM2.
Read the full story here