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The Ripple Effect

Every drop of effort counts,

Don’t underestimate the power of the mind,

Love, then trust, and see what you will find?

For the world is not what it seems on the surface.

 

Those who have the courage are the ones that beam,

Using energy, inspiration and gratitude as a team,

 

With positivity, we can only but learn,

Growing like a fern,

Unfolding and understanding,

That in fact “to try our best” is to actually “to be” our best,

 

Beckoning success as our “fate”,

Accepting this journey in “flow-state”,

 

For after all,

To be fast is really to be slow,

And to question wisely, is perhaps to know.

 

26-6-17   Taking the plane home after after an inspiring journey to Melbourne indulging in the world of resuscitation and trauma management at Andy Buck’s ETM course (i.e. th Emergency Trauma Management course). I have come away with a multidisciplinary, multi background “total immersion educational experience” in trauma management. As part of this one of the highlights was meeting some wonderful and inspiring people coming from different stages of training (residents through to experienced and creative consultants educators in EM and Anaesthetics) and coming from different backgrounds of practice (eg. rural GP anaesthetists, Public Health anthropologists, experienced life-style oriented career medical officers) who are perhaps helping us lead health care into better directions.

Thanks for a great course everyone – it really hit the spot! 🙂



 

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