Medical Jellybeans with @TheTopEnd

Jellybeans. Conversations with Care. The Jellybeans started here and are now also hosted on lifeinthefastlane.com (The Original) & www.IntensiveCareNetwork.com This is the complete collection. Sometimes containing more controversial offerings.

Jellybean 18 with Paul Young

So SMACC Dublin is nearly upon us.

I wouldn’t like to be organising it.

Paul Young is going and he is hilarious. And very smart. And a research rising star. I certainly have all his mind maps via LITFL.

He knows how to put a meeting together having recently been the Medical Convener of the ASM of the worlds first College of Intensive Care Medicine. (He is, however, rather humble about how hard it was to dream it all up.)

And he controls the weather. Is there anything he cannot do? Well, he couldn’t comment when he was asked comment on the goings on at the notorious Boogie Wonderland Night Club late one night in Wellington. The plot thickens.

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