Dr Sharman on using Blogs to keep friends and loved ones informed

Dr Sharman on using Blogs to keep friends and loved ones informed

In Dr Sharman's latest blog, he discusses the challenges patients have with keeping everyone up to date and how some find blogging a useful and less tiring means of achieving this:

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Neil

The picture is a replica of the HMS Buffalo, which brought 174 passengers from the UK to South Australia in 1836 on a journey that took over 4 months. The Buffalo was 36.6 metres long and 10.3 metres in beam and carried 174 passengers plus 85 officers and crew along with 19 marines. Imagine the challenges of communicating with loved ones remaining behind when a round trip could take the best part of a year and you were dependent on unreliable wind power for the journey.

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  • In regard to patient blogs, CLLSA followers might find the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) CarePages site quite easy to use and serviceable. "CarePages websites are free patient blogs that connect friends and family during a health challenge." You will find links to it and some of its important sections on the weblog at gotcll.com/carepages/.

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