Gordon Bennett Gordon Morris!

I mentioned in an earlier post how a client was unsure of my experience and background, and that the jbsh website didn’t communicate effectively and I lost the job. Those of you on the RSS feed won’t have noticed but this site now has a static front page with mini-biographies of me and Sam, the […]

Impact of perioperative hyperbaric oxygen therapy on the quality of life of maxillofacial patients who undergo surgery in irradiated fields

On the 8th April, I blogged about an article being accepted for publication in the International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Today I received the digital object identifier (DOI) can be used to cite and link to electronic documents. The DOI never changes which makes it an ideal medium for citing articles. The DOI […]

OpenCoffee Bristol

Uploaded by klauspost on 29 Jan 06. Another great OpenCoffee with more new faces to the OpenCoffee networking scene. Yesterday we welcomed Katie More from Business Startup Community. With over 500 subscribers and the prestigious conference series in London, Katie promises to be a valuable addition to the Bristol entrepreneurial ecosystem. James Gareh was back […]

Celebrating failure

Disclosure: As well as Managing Partner of jbsh LLP (the business behind this blog) I also work part time for the University of the West of England on the Knowledge West project managing their QuickMark® service.] Today was an important day for jbsh, I gave our first unsuccessful pitch. Obviously in writing research grant applications […]

MyBlogLog back, but for how long…

I’ve been a MyBlogLog community member since Dec ’06 and have the sidebar widget to personalise and put faces to visitors (at least those registered with MBL). In the last upgrade to WP2.5.1 the widget didn’t get turned back on so was missing. Then Google announced the launch of their FriendConnect (here on TechCrunch and […]

Open Coffee good in Bristol

Uploaded by suresh_gundappa on 17 Aug 06, 9.27AM BST. The nominal theme for this morning’s Open Coffee was ‘articulating your message’, or the art of the elevator pitch. Without wishing to do anyone (including myself) out of a job – go to this blog post and read it.  Actually might as well read the whole […]

Open Coffee launch details

I mentioned earlier on Twitter that I was hoping to confirm some additional support for Open Coffee, well Starbucks are getting behind us and offering free coffee, free muffins and free WiFi to attendees of Open Coffee at 9am Tuesday, 6 May. We’ll be downstairs at the Starbucks on Park Street (map). Kick off will […]

Lung Information Needs Questionnaire

What is the Lung Information Needs Questionnaire (LINQ)? LINQ is a self-complete questionnaire that measures the information needs of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). LINQ can also be used for patients with some other chronic lung diseases. It is not suitable for patients with asthma. What is it used for? LINQ is designed […]