Seems odd they mention good reviews but not negative - lives and businesses have been ruined by malicious reviews.
159 posts • joined 20 May 2010
or my recent try - new password not acceptable to system.
Only no hint of what the new requirements are in the password change dialogue.
Nor on the intranet
Nor a help ticket to Helldesk (including suggesting putting the info into the reject prompt) x2
Another shiny day in the NHS...
I live in a village that featured in the 50's/60's on the BBC of having more than 8 number ones on (apparently) the same street.
I pass them daily.
Each row of new buildings numbered 1-(whatever)
There are many No. 2's as well for the puerile of mind ;))
Oh, and I am >1/2 mile from postcode "centre" which lead to a lot of Amazon delivery problems. Several neighbourhood signs later most of us get most of our stuff.
unlike my ringing the local delivery service* about the note through my door about not being in.
Quel probleme? I wasn't in at 13:30.
So hell desk asks : and??
So I politely point out it is still only 13:25....
I couldn't even reach the door in time to catch them having seen them enter the road. Not like they had no intention to deliver....
*Royal Fail (again)
two versions though - there's the (to my mind) better international version or the UK variant.
Fortunately you can get the former at the source. What is served on the island is anyone's guess.
I've spent a lot of time on Islay and will be back soon. Fond memories of previous Lochside Inn owners, an evening of whisky chat and persuading him to open the Quentin Crisp bottle that he had aquired with a simple "so what does it taste like?". We found out. It hasn't been touched since.
What's not to like? Decent birding and fabulous uisgea!
I would like to purchase the NFT of your above post.
If you could confirm your bank details with a £100 transfer, I will immediately return the funds 1000 fold as this will cover the bank admin fees to release the £100,000 to you.
You will be contacted shortly by our Nigerian head office to discuss further opportunities.
There are other duties that in some circumstances require disclosure [threats to life etc.]
And it is a loooong time since Doctors ran anything in the NHS
Anonymisation on a population level is impossible. I *can* find you
JFS&G : GMC pays for private healthcare for it's employees.
And we haven't been a profession for a looooooooong time - we don't manage ourselves - GMC is a QUANGO and it is about time the UK gov was honest enough to recognise this and pay from direct taxation. </rant>
had a couple....
You are correct - a *very* small number of UK institutions do use a version of the Hippocratic oath - but most don't. I never did. And I've trained in several.
You might want to read it.
Primum non nocere : first do no harm
much of the the rest is about providing your teacher with a pension!
and not criticising colleagues
live shared data is available to us in England from multiple systems for real time clinical care.
This is something entirely different - I don't trust it one iota as a "senior healthcare professional"
And I have a personal test - if I won't have it done to me or my family, I won't do it to yours. And I use sharp objects on the UK public.
Unfortunately, the consequences of having an unauthorised overdraft extend to more than refunding the missing money and paying the bank fees.
Failed mortgage and bill payments may incur significant costs and fees, and a huge hit to credit ratings.
Are these to be compensated and corrected?
What about the lost 0% on a credit card for a late / missed payment.
And up to 56 days to get the bill depending on the billing cycle for credit cards so might explain why this is just showing up.
What is the correct term for some one who registers many domains?
Registrar has too tight a meaning.
Register is a singular action or a document.
Registerer is NaW (not a word)
So unless Mr Dabbs has all his domains tattooed on him, forming a living register of his registrations I am lost.
Register of Domains does not quite parse for me.
I work in a service industry with some highly technical kit and procedures.
At present we allow anyone to change the "recipe" of how we do common things or leave the technical staff to guess which recipe to use.
Really helpful article for me. I've been considering how we do change management and this has given me some ideas.
I will propose a change board which should lock out the randomness and at least give us a fighting chance of making and reverting change in multiple areas.
Should reduce the human death rate. (not a joke)
the evidence for cycle helmets is clear
increased risk behaviour for those wearing them.
And they only protect 1 of many potential injuries
reduced cycle use where n=mandated with negative health outcomes
If yo really want to protect your head on a push/pedal bike - wear a motorcycle helmet - and please tell me when you saw this.
DoI: motorcyclist. bear headed pushbike rider - it reminds me of my vulnerability and the crapness of "cycle helmets"
An appropriate parallel is horse riding hats/headgear/helmets - which you should read up before you click down
It is all registered doctors in the UK, not just surgeons for hep B.
And I believe it may be beyond this for some other healthcare workers with potential blood bourne procedures - like taking blood!.
DoI : I have a GMC number (leaking details again - but not an NHS one like below...)
And I recently have a [non-digital] Yellow Fever record ;)
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