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Terhi’s Reflections on the Cadaver Simulation

The thought of going to the Royal College of Surgeons was quite intriguing, let alone what was going to happen on the day of 19th July. Sharon and I dropped off some equipment there the day before, and I was admiring the building and curiously peeking into the labs and rooms as we made our … Continue reading

Getting acquainted

Tuesday 12th June 2012 08:30 We didn’t arrive until a little later today as we felt we had been too early yesterday and didn’t want to be waiting unnecessarily again. As we arrived we saw a few familiar faces who we waved at which was a nice feeling and meant that we didn’t feel so … Continue reading

“Do You Have Another Johan?” Negotiating Meaning in the Operating Theatre.

This paper discusses language use at a workplace in a context of instability and diversity. Its focus is on the operating theatre, where communication is an integral part of complex, collaborative tasks, impacting on patient-safety, staff well-being and overall quality of health care. In the operating theatre health care professionals gather to work on the … Continue reading

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