It has been a busy and chilly week and we have rustled up a few of our favourite media bites for you to enjoy.
The University of St Andrews shared how Scottish doctors are encouraged to engage with poetry whilst undertaking their medical training.
Doctors turn to poetry to relieve stress - students from @StAndMedicine receive a book of poetry intended to help them recharge and be mindful of the human aspect of their vocation in @WSJ https://t.co/Y4soTfhfv6 pic.twitter.com/WvjJVnEryy— Univ of St Andrews (@univofstandrews) February 27, 2018
Stem Cell Evidence have highlighted a resource for a free monthly digest of articles regarding haematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
From March we are launching a new alerting service for haematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Sign up FREE at https://t.co/KDb8mRMGb3 to receive a monthly digest of the top articles. @TheEBMT @ASBMT @DrJEGriffin pic.twitter.com/vU6VCRLu9A— Stem Cell Evidence (@evidencestemc) February 27, 2018
After the #beastfromtheeast hit, medical professionals battled the elements to continue to provide healthcare. Some determined nurses proved their steadfastness and live streamed their battle to get to work.
The European Medical Journal posted this interesting fact about the volume of blood in the human body, along with a fun video.
BSH member Dr Beverly Hunt highlighted this tweet which includes a video to show current view of coagulation.
Video for the cell based model of coagulation https://t.co/WSVLRxNWns— Dr Suzy Morton (@TransfusionWM) February 28, 2018
Nurses, join us at our Annual Scientific Meeting in Liverpool...
We welcome nurses to join us for a special nursing session at ASM in Liverpool. Visit our website for more information about bursaries and how to apply: https://t.co/eqqNs6IHcT Spread the word with your nurse colleagues! pic.twitter.com/ksmR95eUyF— BSH - Haematology (@BritSocHaem) March 1, 2018
Haematology is the feature of this month's PAINE podcast, have a listen...
March is Hematology/Oncology month on the PAINE Podcast https://t.co/658JdUXblL— KristopherMaday PA-C (@PA_Maday) March 1, 2018
We put together a couple of Twitter moments for Rare Disease day as well as our Transfusion in Practice course
⚡️ Catch up with some of the highlights from the BSH Transfusion in Practice dayhttps://t.co/sKrtNMDnYu— BSH - Haematology (@BritSocHaem) March 1, 2018
A heartwarming story as Rochdale footballer Joe Thompson made his return to action this week after beating Hogdkin Lymphoma twice...
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