December 23, 2009

Merry Christmas to all and sundry at Warwick

Christmas approaches quick! the last few weeks have been busy with my PhD application, lots of work at my current hospital and discussions around my professional project for my MMedEd. This year I have amongst other things...Festive greetings

  • managed to update my Twitter (jamesbateman) at least once every two months
  • submitted a decent PhD application to the arc which will hopefully have been funded
  • adjudicated our hosptial christmas quiz
  • attended the BMA careers fair
  • totted up a record breaking number of car parking tickets
  • fought numerous car milage claim applications
  • battled against unfair hospital IT access policies
  • regretted buying an Italian car
  • been hacked by russian cyber criminals (and won)
  • unsuccessfully tried to use SPSS
  • managed to finish the majority of my key MMedEd modules
  • tracked santa on NORAD
  • worked hard on my other elearning interests
  • failed to get any medical education bursaries (again!)
  • thought lots about how to reduce my gas bill

That's all folks for 2009.... Lets hope 2010 brings more smooth running educational research projects, good medical training and mince pies.

Merry Christmas

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