The CONVERSATION: How Do You Want to Die (adapted)

In one study of seriously ill older Canadians, 28 per cent of participants wanted “comfort care” (meaning no curative treatments) but this was documented in only four per cent of their charts. (Shutterstock)Poor communication is compromising care for the dyingApril 19, 2018 9.14am AESTJohn YouResearch shows that up to 70 per cent of seriously ill, hospitalized … Continue reading The CONVERSATION: How Do You Want to Die (adapted)

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Improve Your Confidence and Professional Presentation In 30 Days Via This Simple Course

Imagine a step-by-step guide that transforms your entire image and improves your daily habits so that you find it easier to dress sharp, control your image and set the tone with your colleagues, boss and even women around you.Let’s Start:Are you hiding from life?Do you feel insecure?Do you feel discouraged by people around you?There is … Continue reading Improve Your Confidence and Professional Presentation In 30 Days Via This Simple Course

Little Handbags πŸ‘œ Onwards

https://www.facebook.com/theroyalwatch/videos/277883159406200/Very smart skills. Like if I don’t like to answer someone’s questions I smile 👱🏻‍♀️. Like if I don’t agree with the wisdom which you deem it wise, very wise, I close my mouth 👱🏻‍♀️.Like if you rush me to do something and elaborate why I have to, I do it straight away. Not because … Continue reading Little Handbags πŸ‘œ Onwards

Insulin Overdose Among Patients With Diabetes: A Readily Available Means of Suicide

Kristin S. Russell, MD, Jonathan R. Stevens, MD, MPH, and Theodore A. Stern, MDAdditional article informationHave you ever worried that one of your depressed patients might use the insulin that you prescribed to commit suicide? The following case vignette and discussion explore the complex relationship between diabetes and depression, outline important risk factors for suicide, … Continue reading Insulin Overdose Among Patients With Diabetes: A Readily Available Means of Suicide