SYNAESTHESIA 💜❤️💛💚💙

In college we were all asked to prepare a presentation on any topic which interests us. Most people just picked a disease and listed the symptoms and treatments for it, but I didn’t want to do that. I had a think about something which I have genuinely been excited about in the past. I tend…

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PHYSIOTHERAPY APPOINTMENT 💪

Venue: The Rainbow Centre BGH I have never written a reflection for the appointments I go to with my brother, so I thought may be I should start now considering that they are very useful in providing an insight into life as working for the NHS. My brother has Down’s Syndrome so he has lots…

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MEDICINE TASTER DAY

Venue: University of Leeds This taster day consisted of four workshops: Basic Life Support, Measuring Blood Pressure, Ethical Situations and Patient Consultations alongside a lecture at the end. I really enjoyed the sessions, but the most important factor of the day was me being able to see my own personal progress. I have been attending…

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A ‘PAPER-FREE’ NHS? 📋

The drive for a paperless NHS has been a hot topic for a while now, but only recently it has truly sparked my attention. I read this article on BBC Health just today and I was really able to relate to it following the experiences I have gained through my work experience and volunteering.

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Stopping Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple sclerosis is a progressive autoimmune disease in which an individual’s immune system attacks their own cells, specifically, the myelin. It is a lifelong condition that has a wide range of symptoms including vision, balance, movement, sensation and sometimes serious disability. It’s mostly diagnosed in people ages 20 to 30. About 100 people a week…

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