Tag Archives: Ebola

A Peek Behind the Curtain

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

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Weird Bits

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

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My Most Epic Blog Title Yet

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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Donning PPE

All eight minutes of it squished down.

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Celebration

There is a small room between the green and red zones that you barely notice. It is never used by clinical staff, and sits, door closed, next to the doffing tent. It is a shower room with an entry on … Continue reading

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My New Best Friend

Friends are always there for you. They look out for you, point out when you have got something wrong, and, whilst we all recognise that they can be irritating at times, they always provide a safe haven when things get … Continue reading

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One For The Medicos (and anyone else interested)

In this post I’m going to take a stab at addressing the clinical picture that a person with Ebola shows over the course of their illness. I’m basing this solely on what I’ve seen and learnt here. Disclaimer: it’s my … Continue reading

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