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Geraint Martin

Tis the season to “RE”!

Posted by Geraint Martin on 19 December 2014 |

While I am looking forward to spending the holidays with family and friends, I must say I’m mostly looking forward to having time out to myself to rest, refresh and read the growing pile of books I’ve been keen to get to. We should rename this season as the season to “RE”! REfresh, REnew, REinvent, REvise, REflect, RE-energise, REbalance, REassess….. get the picture? However you choose to celebrate and take time out, I hope you enjoy the break. When you come back next year I’ll be asking for your help on a few important pieces of work.

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Geraint Martin

Ebola: What it means for Middlemore Hospital and for you

Posted by Geraint Martin on 22 October 2014 |

There has been a great deal of attention focussed on the West African Ebola outbreak in recent weeks, especially since there have been a small number of imported cases in to developed countries (only one of these was an unknown case, in Dallas). It is worth pausing for a moment, before going on to spare a thought for the West African countries that have been battling the outbreak for the last year in a setting of extremely poor infrastructure and resources with a poor and sluggish world response. Today I’m joined by Dr David Holland, Clinical Director Infection Services to give you an up-to-date account on a number of issues related to Ebola and CM Health’s response.

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