some pix of PAP 6 weeks on:
In Haiti

some pix of PAP 6 weeks on:

Mar 8, 2010

I rarely leave the tent hospital- maybe to go to a clinic or to the UN, but this time a friend took a few of us for a drive through the center of town “just to see it.”  It was not different from what you see on TV, but to see the destruction 1st hand- ...

can the Argentine Army hold a candle to the Portuguese Bombeiros?

can the Argentine Army hold a candle to the Portuguese Bombeiros?

Mar 8, 2010

Yes, ladies & gentlemen i hear you- you are asking: what about the mens of PAP, this round?  Last time we were in awe of the dreamy Portuguese Bombeiros.  But as we know they left Haiti- all that is left is a shell of their old camp which is now used as a triage center for our hospital- ...

A piece I wrote for PBS; re:  Haiti & patient privacy…
In Haiti, press

A piece I wrote for PBS; re: Haiti & patient privacy…

Mar 6, 2010

Are photos taken by aid workers an invasion of privacy in Haiti?

U of Miami Physical Therapy (PT) team in action…
In Haiti

U of Miami Physical Therapy (PT) team in action…

Feb 19, 2010

Unlike many in the States- if you give your average Hatian an opportunity to learn they take it, cherish it, and make the absolute most of it.  I worked as a PT technician w/ a U of Miami team one rare day when were well staffed w/ PTs at the tent hospital.  With our extra hands we decided ...

as the Fauxhawk turns: an enlightening thread from my facebook

Feb 19, 2010

Michelle May a nurse is trying to set me up with a doc- he has a fauxhawk & wears cowboy boots- do i do it? Laticia Erving likes this. Vivian A Lapp yes! January 25 at 7:14pm · Ben Chadwick People with fauxhawks are capable of causing skin rashes from hundreds of feet away. January ...

real men:  the Bombeiros

real men: the Bombeiros

Feb 7, 2010

I live in San Francisco- for those of you are not familiar, there is a dire shortage of men here who are, shall i say, real men… ones who treat ladies well, are hard working, responsible, mature, & well mannered…. enter: the Portuguese Bombeiros. One night at the tent hospital in Port au Prince, I was fast asleep after an ...