About me

I am a student researching decisional support needs for people with Multiple Sclerosis with a focus on patient doctor interactions, at the department of Primary Care Health Sciences at Oxford University.  Previous to this I studied Sociology and Anthropology at Oxford Brookes (the best decision I have ever made). Things I like doing are cooking; walking; writing; moaning about injustices; gardening and singing (mostly in the shower). I think elephants, dogs, monkeys and cows are brilliant. I find people fascinating and computer games boring and difficult.  

I am not exactly sure what shape my blog will take; I am just going to let it evolve.  And that’s about all I can think of from the top of my head right now. I hope you enjoy it!

My twitter is @abiccles


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