Hi there! This is my first entry in my first Blog. Why am I here? Well, as my "About Me" panel says, I spend much of my spare time being called by the Ambulance Service to attend major accidents and other incidents (shootings, stabbings, falls from height, etc) where the paramedics feel that more medical care is needed for their patient. Who out there has heard of BASICS, the British Association for Immediate Care? Very few, if any. We are a charity, and all the doctors give up their time voluntarily.
I was talking about the work we do at a Women's Club last week, and I got to thinking about all the jobs I do, and the fact that no-one knows about the sterling work the members of BASICS do. There had to be a way to get BASICS more into the public eye.
I am a big fan of Tom Reynolds' blog "Random Acts Of Reality." While I do not profess to be able to write like Tom can, I felt this was the best medium to reach a wide audience. Stick with me; hopefully you will find what I do interesting.
2 years ago