#socialprescribing #meded #medicine #reflection #wellbeing #educators This blog article gives a basic understanding of what social prescribing is and the issues with evaluating it’s effectiveness. Social prescribing as described by the Kings’ Fund allows Doctors and Nurses to refer patients to non clinical services. By non clinical services – this could include things such as debt management/ an appointment with an advisor who has contacts in the community and can signpost pa
#meded #medicine #medicaleducation #educators #surgery #GP Welcome to the MR Revision Blog by Dr Matilda and Dr Ruth This blog will cover a variety of topics which should be interesting to prospective medical students, medical students and doctors in training. In addition to this, our reflection section of the website will also feature as part of the MR Revision Blog (this will be in a monthly installment). Enjoy this journey with us!!.
#meded #medicine #medicalstudent #surgery #educators #mindfullness #wellbeing There are lots to be said about medical students and doctors and whether we are perfectionists or not, people also talk about all of us having some traits of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. At MR Revision you may have gathered, that we really value personal development and in addition to this, reflection is important. That is why we have this section of the website. Over this last week,we were ha
#meded #medicine #medicalstudent #surgery #educators #mindfullness #wellbeing When I went on my elective in Trinidad , I remember one of the friends I made saying that she would often remind people that there was not only one medical degree to obtain at the end of medical school, but that there would be enough degrees to go round. It was a heavy sentence in my mind and I mulled it over in my head over many months, simply because it made so much sense. Medical school is hard