eBook sneak peek

Micrognome takes an early look at Point of Care Publications’ next eBook on Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases

Dead Word Event

Don Watson’s campaign against dead management language goes viral

Germs by the ebook

Not to be outdone by mainstream TV coverage, this blog has spawned its first eBook. Germ: the Language of Infection is your introduction to microbes.

The bacterial full stop

The bacterial full stop, viral question mark and parasitic comma should all give you reason to pause for breath, if not reflection. Read how the language of infection is punctuated here.

Numero – number

Infection is a numbers game, so it is suprising that clinical microbiology is a mainly qualitative science. Here are some thoughts on the problem of zero, the myth of one and how to get your ducks in a row.