Psalm 23 – Teachers Edition

I had so much fun and peace writing this after the Psalm Writing Course by Debbie Akinkunle😍. I am looking forward to printing this and putting it on my classroom door when we ‘safely’ return to school.

Teachers be encouraged, your work during this time is valued and does not go unnoticed by the Lord. We haven’t stopped teaching he and we haven’t stopped learning new ways to engage those that The Lord has entrusted into our care.

Feel free to save the photo below and share. I have also made it downloadable as a PDF for the best printing. Tell a fellow teacher to have it ready for their classrooms when we return to work!

CHANNEL 4 (LIVE) INTERVIEW – WHY IS IT HARDER TO DIAGNOSE DISORDERS ON NON-WHITE SKIN?

What a phenomenal experience to have shared my near-fatal Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) story of race-driven medical negligence on LIVE TV on Channel 4’s show, ‘Steph’s Packed Lunch’. It was even better that I got to tag team with the beautiful Dr Sharon (IG: @derm_chic) who has created an entire medical curriculum centered around this important … Continue reading CHANNEL 4 (LIVE) INTERVIEW – WHY IS IT HARDER TO DIAGNOSE DISORDERS ON NON-WHITE SKIN?

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BBC Interview – Why is it harder to diagnose disorders on non-white skin?

Why is it harder to diagnose disorders on non-white skin? – BBC News Watch the full VT for the BBC’s discussion on the challenges with diagnosing disorders on non-white skin by clicking the button below. There is also a short clip of the interview when it aired on 02/06/2021 during BBC London’s 10am news. The … Continue reading BBC Interview – Why is it harder to diagnose disorders on non-white skin?

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