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Friday, April 04, 2014

Obviously the most valuable work I could have undertaken today would have been to analyse the form and pick the winner of tomorrow's Grand National, but as it happens I've had bigger fish to fry...


That's the shark presentation I've been putting together over the past month, mostly during Amelie's swimming lessons. The title prompted my boss to ask if it was an April Fool's joke before I'd even started, but by the end, I'd managed to hold onto both my job and the audience's attention, and got out of there without being heckled.

In addition to appearing in person at an MDT meeting near you, I'm also currently being read by dedicated and enthusiastic diabetes specialists across Britain...

It's just a shame there aren't more of them.

I mentioned back in February that I'd been asked to rewrite an article for Diabetes UK at ridiculously short notice, so if you want to see what it's possible to cobble together in between patients during a day at Crawley Hospital, you can download the 'Essential' PDF from the Spring 2014 edition of 'Diabetes Update'. Or alternatively, find it in your nearest hospital staff room. Where it's likely to be pristine and unopened.

But if that's not enough, you can always download issue 2 of the 'Diabetic Eye Journal', which has come dangerously close to featuring a page 3 model by putting a photo of me on page 4. That came as something of a shock, partly because it wasn't in the draft copy that I was asked to proof-read a couple of months ago, and secondly because I didn't know that photo existed. Those damn paparazzi get everywhere.

1 comments:

Phil's Mum said...

Fame at last - well done!