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I’m in lockdown. My Twitter feed has words filtered from it, my ears are tuned to the merest mention on the TV, and my eyes watch for posts to Facebook. You see, I am going off to Sierra Leone at … Continue reading
Apologies for the recent paucity of posts and blogs. You see, from a work perspective things went a little quiet after the end of January for me. I suppose it was to be expected, but arriving home after such a … Continue reading
I’m now at the end of my 6 week deployment to Sierra Leone. I have worked with a wonderful group of people who I am completely in awe of, and I think we can be proud of what we have … Continue reading
Sometimes the weird stuff is unexpected. For example, I often wonder before a major life event or trip, which piece of music will remind me of it after my return. Other than when I cocooned myself in my headphones at … Continue reading
As most people who know me are well aware, although I have written pretty much exclusively about Ebola recently, vaccines are my first love. And thus I think it is time to put the two words together to make the … Continue reading
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