Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Case of Mistaken Identity

A few days ago I visited with one of my non-verbal palliative residents. During that visit, she interacted with me in a way she’d never done before. Typically she would just look at me, look around, seem totally distant in … Continue reading

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A Bad Thing That Turned Out to be Good

In May of 2006, with my arms hurting so badly that I couldn’t pick up my coffee cup much less stroke 250 words per minute on my steno machine, I had to walk away from my 25-year career as a … Continue reading

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