1960′s Lego

One of my colleagues, Liz, knowing I love Lego asked me if I would like an old box of bricks she had when she was 8. Of course I said “Yes!” and expected a tatty shoe box to appear… WOW was I in for a pleasant surprise! When I looked inside the original 60′s outer […]

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My next Blog Post on Nursing Times

Do we really need “fixing”? 3 April, 2014 One of the things I like about my job is wearing pyjamas to work each day that are laundered, and sometimes ironed, by the kindly NHS. But, I have one problem with scrubs. To find a pair of trousers that are long enough in the leg, I need […]

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It’s just a logo.

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Nothing to see here… Move right along…

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The Short Link to this Blog is:

http://bit.ly/1girrKa Not sure what this means or even if I need to know this! But apparently it helps with search engines indexing the page… so now you know! Plus I just found you can add smilies to the post

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NMC Expenditure

I’ve got the hump with double whammy of the proposed NMC fees hike to £120 per year and Jeremy Hunt blocking the Pay Reviews Body’s proposed 1% pay rise for NHS workers. This is at the same time MP’s will be receiving 11%, meaning an increase from around £66,000 to £74,000. But what just do […]

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The Best Lego Wedding Cake EVER!

Made by my partner Michele. Slightly biased I know, but it was brilliant and very yummy!

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Lego Pain Assessment Tool

Stuart Young found this picture and I think it’s great, does anyone know where it’s from? I’m tempted at having a go at reproducing it for myself.

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Most Unusual Reason for CT Scan

Taken from a poster in the staff mess room… Well it made me smile!    

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My first ever published opinion piece.

Published on the 20th March 2014 on the  Nursing Times website – link at the bottom: Pharmacies should be more like Amazon 20 March, 2014 Staff nurse, Jayne Parker, asks “Isn’t there a better way to handle repeat prescriptions?” Last week I needed to collect my regular prescription, the same one I’ve had for the […]

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Testing adding YouTube Content

This is the CubeStormer 3, which just hauled in the Guinness World Record for analysing and solving a Rubik’s cube in 3.253 seconds.

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