Henrik Widegren optræde.
Det var blevet flyttet til en større scene, og vi var heldige (eller noget) og satte os længst fremme foran, hvor vi sad temmelig ubehageligt op ad bakke, men med rigtig godt udsyn!
(Ja. Jeg strikkede.)
Last night, I stayed a few hours in Lund after work. Because I was going to "Stadsparken" to see Henrik Widegren perform.
They moved the arrangement to a larger scene, and we were lucky (or something) and sat down all the way front, were we were sitting rather uncomfortably up the hill, but with a great view!
(Yeah. I knit.)
Ignaz Semmelweis som opdagede bakterier (han vidste det bare ikke) og fandt ud af, at det er en god ide for læger at vaske hænder.
Han havde nok ikke tænkt sig, at han skulle blive hovedpersonen i et lille læge/sygeplejerske-drama!
The evening was about the sick history of health care. Both educating and fun, if you ask me! We heard about Ignaz Semmelweis, who discovered bacteria (he just didn't know) and found out that it's a great idea for doctors to wash their hands.
I guess he would never have imagined that he would become the main character in a doctor/nurse drama!
De fleste sange var ret sjove (og hvis du kan bare lidt svensk, så prøv at find ham og hør nogle!), men han sang også den om Paolo Macchiarini - den bindegale kirurg som tryllebandt Karolinska i Stockholm og slog en del patienter ihjel for ikke særligt mange år siden.
Af alle mine kolleger i Lund er ham vist den sjoveste. Nå ja - og så er han faktisk også en dygtig læge!
Everything was spiced up with songs. I would really like to some time see him singing in the operating theater, when we have a common patient. If he did, I guess it would look almost like this.
Most songs were really funny (and if you by any chance know any Swedish, please find him and listen!), but he also sang about Paolo Macchiarini - the totally crazy surgeon who mesmerized Karolinska in Stockholm and killed quite a few patients, not too many years ago.
Of all my colleagues in Lund, he is the funniest one. Oh well - and then he is actually a really great doctor!