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Tom Reynolds is the pseudonym of Brian Kellett, a nurse and once emergency medical technician for the London Ambulance Service, England, whose award-winning blog, Random Acts of Reality, has been published in two books, Blood, Sweat & Tea in 2006 and in 2009. His career in the NHS started at the age of 23 when he worked as an Accident and Emergency nurse. Since beginning his blog he has been interviewed in newspapers, television and radio, and now provides opinion pieces on medical care in some UK newspapers.

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  • Tom Reynolds is the pseudonym of Brian Kellett, a nurse and once emergency medical technician for the London Ambulance Service, England, whose award-winning blog, Random Acts of Reality, has been published in two books, Blood, Sweat & Tea in 2006 and in 2009. His career in the NHS started at the age of 23 when he worked as an Accident and Emergency nurse. Since beginning his blog he has been interviewed in newspapers, television and radio, and now provides opinion pieces on medical care in some UK newspapers.
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