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Month: January 2016

Life and death on the periphery

So, this week I had an interesting contrast occur to me: 2 deaths of celebrities I really admired, and one update on a life. Now, I’m always cautious with the […]

Performance Medicine

Clinical skills is sort of an interesting experience. On one hand, it is clearly a teaching tool for necessary skills that will be needed in actual practice. It’s a place […]

The “slow” break

So, I’ve been back at university now for 3 days, and I feel pretty much like this: Part of the hardest part of coming back to school after a break […]