Tomorrow I will go back to my beloved hospital after a very long holiday.I miss my patients,I left them in good hands,a locum consultant who is commpassionate and good.
I miss my colleauges very much.
I will start with heavy schedule,many presentations to be prepared and put plans for diabetes education and support.
Happy to start....

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Comment by Megan S on November 28, 2008 at 2:17am
I'm so glad you enjoy your work Sohair. I hope I find a job I enjoy as much as you do yours.
Comment by debb on November 28, 2008 at 3:26am
isn't it amazing how a short break from the work you love can revive you and make you anxious to get back to it? i'm glad you enjoy your work and i'll bet there are a lot of patients that are glad you do too. welcome back sohair.

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