28 November 2020 (Saturday) - Hit Counter

I’ve had a little fiddle about with the layout of this blog. At the very bottom right of the screen I’ve added a hit counter (you will have to scroll down quite a way to see it).

As I type this entry the blog has been visited over four hundred times in the last week.

During that time I (effectively) blagged an IBMS JBL exercise, saw some platelet clumps, did (seemingly) badly at a digital morphology exercise, did well at a simulated blood transfusion exercise and got two NEQAS exercises right. And in that time I also read all sorts of stuff from the nice people at Lablogatory, the American Society of Hematology, Oncology Central and Laboratory News (to list just a few) that weren’t relevant enough to warrant a mention. 

I’d be intrigued to know how much CPD other biomedical scientists have done n the same time period. I suspect I don’t do any more (or less) than anyone else; I just take a few minutes to write it down. Mainly because I live in terror of being called up for audit.
I never set out to make this blog “popular”, but it certainly seems to have developed a following. I’d just like to take this opportunity to say to all my followers that I do hope that you find this in some way useful. And do feel free to comment on any of the posts on here – that would count as CPD for you…

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