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Should we try to “Cheer up” patients?

About six years ago I had a T.I.A., which resulted in me being taken to hospital in an ambulance with all the lights and sirens going off which was an extremely interesting experience. Since it was a minor event I … Continue reading

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Changes in communication over the last 60 years and their significance today. UPDATED March, 2019.

  Update: 6th March, 2019. Since the original post was published on this blog, many things have changed in the area of interpersonal communication. Among these are: The great increase in the use of visual imagery to provide instantly understandable … Continue reading

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What make an “Excellent” presenter?

There are many factors that make a presenter “Excellent” and an even greater number of discussions about this topic. Here is a brief & concise new perspective for your consideration based on over 25 years of experience & observation. The … Continue reading

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