Nassau Tokusho died on the 20th day of the second month in 1387. As he was dying he spoke the same words over and over: “Look straight ahead. What’s there?… Read more Death poem →
You don’t see it coming. That’s the nature of the ambush. I’m driving to work and listening to local morning radio chatter. Waiting for the lights to change I switch… Read more The Wilderness Guide, the Diabetes Educator and Guerrilla Warfare – part two →
The online diabetes educator voice kills the essence of what we do. But it doesn’t have to…
In the motel room you don’t see her lose her mooring line to a cyclonic subterranean force In the motel room her meaning swept from her north star lost to… Read more Perfect Storm →
I have to lie on this bed is the pathology lab for 30 minutes, prone, not moving, so that when my blood is drawn it will have the right measure… Read more Taking Blood →
I like a voice that is independent, one that gives in-depth social journalism for health. I guess that how I ended up reading Croakey. As a front line, coal face clinician I imagine a health service that is safe and healthy and joyful. I’m also quite the optimist. For me there is magic when vision is clear, apparent and filled with our best selves. Recently, I felt enlivened by Leanne Wells (CEO of the Consumer Health Forum of Australia) 2019’s wish list for a healthy health service: PREVENTION: Government realising… Read more to-dos as an imagined future →
Hey Sue, I read your blog (https://suerobins.wordpress.com/2019/01/23/to-what-end/amp/?__twitter_impression=true) It gave me the kind of heart ache I’ve felt so often as a nurse. A dull sad feeling that emerges from bearing… Read more Be a positive deviant →
Wait what!? pirates were co-designing geniuses?!