WHO | Global Emergency and Trauma Care Initiative “No one should die for the lack of access to emergency care,…
Climate change and its impact on health on small island developing states — Weiterlesen http://www.who.int/news-room/feature-stories/detail/climate-change-and-its-impact-on-health-on-small-island-developing-states
The team from NAEMSP returns with another EMS Medical Direction workshop http://developingem.com/2018/10/01/the-team-from-naemsp-returns-with-another-ems-medical-direction-workshop/ — Weiterlesen developingem.com/2018/10/01/the-team-from-naemsp-returns-with-another-ems-medical-direction-workshop/
über Adaptive Leadership For The New MedED: The one hour read
Do you read a lot? Most days, I read until my eyes bleed then spend the rest of my time writing. Studying law is reading and writing intensive, which, for me, is one reason for being in the program. I also read and write professionally in nonprofit work and publish creative fiction. Full disclosure: my natural facility is with numbers and spatial reasoning, but I love words and language. That means constantly coaching myself to think and learn using words. It also means I might have to work a bit harder to improve my verbal capacity. Each day I’ve got to process quite a bit of information the best I can, and then reorganize it verbally. It’s taken a while to develop a strategy to do that and to speed up my efforts.
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