Here are some of my tips on how to properly document a SOAP.
How To Say No As A Junior Doctor
Junior doctors often are afraid to say no, here is a quick overview on when to say no and how to say no.
Should Health Care Workers Be Concerned About The Cost Of The Health Care System?
Originally posted on LinkedIN this article reflects on the fiscal space of healthcare and how budget cuts can negatively affect care.
How To Make And Write Assessments In Clinical Medicine
Making and writing assessments is an integral part of medicine- that isn’t really taught, you’re expected to almost just figure it out. After struggling for years I finally got a lesson that stuck and hope this will help you all!
How To Choose A Hospital For Internship
Having challenges choosing a hospital for internship? Consider this!
Learning Resources for Health Care Workers
Interested in learning more around Public Health? Well look no further here are my top resources!
Major Wins For Medicine In Jamaica
Quick update on what’s happening in the Jamaican healthcare sector! I hope you’re inspired!
Why Healthcare Workers Need To Invest And Where To Start
Here is a comprehensive guide on why you should start investing and where to start.
Why Your Private Practice Clients Hate That You’re Late
We’ve all seen the complaints, doctors are always late. Whether it’s because you haven’t arrived in office as yet or your clients are waiting hours beyond their appointment time. Clients hate that their doctors are always late- can you blame them?
How To Write Assessments in Medicine
Writing assessments can be one of the most intimidating process of your SOAP. Dr. Ryan Brooks breaks down the process with a practical example so that your assessments can be prioritised, complete and succinct!