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The last couple of years have been busy and seen change. In the true spirit of ‘generalism’ I now have three jobs.

My practice,

My public practice, and

A university position…

The latter, as the Clinical Director, of The Australian Centre for Health Service Innovation (AusHSI) is perhaps the biggest diversion from my work as a cardiologist but sits squarely within the direction of my research work and has offered fascinating opportunities I had never expected. Read more about AusHSI here, and visit the AusHSI Blog here.

In addition to this has been growing responsibilities with the Cardiac Society (CSANZ) and editorial duties at Heart, Lung and Circulation.

Hence the difficulty finding time for the blog…

Having read some other comparable blog posts of late, and written at least one piece for another site I’m encouraged to try and resuscitate this site.

The nature of the posts will need to change. Time is never plentiful and it is a challenge at the best of the times to be able to spend it writing original material.

So the long, rambling posts will likely be a thing of the past to be replace more than likely with links to material elsewhere that I have either contributed to or fit broadly into themes or areas of interest.

But fundamentally the original goals and intentions of The Last General Cardiologist will remain (and I’m yet to be convinced that the title isn’t appropriate…