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Healthcare in the Digital Age – What is the world coming to? by Ron Johansen

On the way to work today, on the bus, thinking about what I was going to write about in this blog, I looked up for a moment from my phone to see almost everyone else looking down absorbed with their … Continue reading

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Feel Fabulous in February – Twenty Top Tips (Part 1) by Dr Deborah Gray

The days are starting to feel longer and lighter, but warm and sunny days still feel a long way off. February can be a tough month so here is the first of two blogs sharing top tips for feeling fabulous. … Continue reading

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State of the Art in Medical Education by John McCulloch

There has been a growing recognition from the medical profession of the role of the arts and humanities in medical training (Anderson 2003; Boisaubin 2000; Calman 1996; Lazarus 2003; Udvarhelyi 1993). Ninewells Medical School Teaching Hospital places importance in developing … Continue reading

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Communication by Kevin McGinley

Being connected in hospital can make the world of difference. For a number of years Dundee Library and Information Services has been enabling those¬†people who¬†are at risk of becoming digitally excluded get online. I was really impressed by colleagues who … Continue reading

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