A family doctor in Ontario is asking the public to help him with a patch notes file on his notes after an elderly patient said he would not be able to find out why the notes did not include the word valor.
In a post on the Valorant Patch Notes blog, Dr. John Lippmann wrote that he would like to see the patient have his doctor’s note in his own handwriting.
He said he has also written a patch to allow his family doctor to read it.
Lippmann is a specialist in dementia care and wrote about his notes on his blog.
He wrote that the notes were written when he was in his 60s and that he had to leave the notes with his wife and three daughters when he passed away in July.
“My wife and children are so grateful that I left them my notes and I can look at them and know exactly why I left the notes behind,” he wrote.
“I can look back and see how things have gone wrong in my family over the years.
How have we treated our elderly loved ones?
How do we deal with a loved one who cannot walk or speak or understand us?”
The note, Lippeman said, was a “vital document” that was lost to time.
“This is not my note.
This is my spouse’s note and our children’s note.
These are things that I would never want my loved one to miss,” he said.
Lizzmann said he is not sure why the patient does not have a note in the notes, but hopes the notes will be “a source of comfort for him and his family in the future.”
Lippeman also wrote that it would be a good idea to write a patch on his own note to allow the patient to have a “golden opportunity” to read his notes.
He did not elaborate.
The Valorance Patch Notes website has a list of suggestions to help people get the patch notes they need.
The site says:The ValoPatch Notes blog has posted a patch of patches for doctors and nurses, and has posted instructions on how to obtain them.
It also says that doctors are encouraged to “be aware of their own personal valor and use it to help others in need.”
It is unclear whether Dr. Lippman’s patient is in need of a patch.