Saturday, 11 August 2007

Writing in the Air

I'm now in possession of a dictaphone, so that my new secretary can type up my letters when I see my palliative care patients. I have been writing my own for the past 9 years or so, and the whole idea of writing a letter in my head is quite foreign. I'm visualising my previous letters as a template in my head, and speaking them out with the new details as appropriate, but my written communication is much more concise than my spoken word it would seem by the letters I've been proofing today... new paragraph

It will free up time to see more patients P - A - T - I - E - N - T - S though comma which is really the most rewarding part of the job stop It's just kinda odd comma but I'll get used to it stop end of post

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