Though an oldie, still a goldie. James' McCormack's music and EBM skills put to the fore. Lovers of both Coldplay and journal clubs will appreciate this!
Sunday, 14 September 2014
Thursday, 4 September 2014
Monday, 1 September 2014
Lots of cold things in the following musings from around the web. From the realms of trauma to radiology to EBM. As always credit to the original content providers.
- On your knees - Emergucate truly educates with this one. Am partial to this as I suffered from this one!
- Shoulder this burden - The much taught and rarely seen shoulder lesion.
- EBM - a movement in crisis? - A great read for enthusiasts and detractors of the current state of EBM.
- Is my hand broken? - If it is, can you tell clinically?
- Ice pack ahead - Does this simple humble intervention actually work?
- Boy its cold! - Larry Mellick provides a great view into the world of actual severe hypothermia.
- PR disaster - the trauma pro eulogizes the PR. We say RIP.
The last link gives another chance to chime in on our pet peeve. Rectal assault on conscious trauma patients with normal neurology is archaic practice. Dare you step into the 21st century? Or more importantly - will you allow your trainees to?
Tuesday, 26 August 2014
Edmund Kronenburg is a Singaporean lawyer who specialises in medical disputes. he has graced our conference before and does so again with insights into why doctors get into medico-legal trouble. This is a great talk for all levels of providers.
Slides are here:
Friday, 22 August 2014
Coronary CT is a fast evolving modality for risk stratification in modern EDs. Dr Angeline Poh is a radiologist at Changi General Hospital and she gives a practical synopsis on the current state of play.
Tuesday, 19 August 2014
Monday, 11 August 2014
Prof Mark Richards explores why, when and on whom we should employ the high sensitivity troponin tests in the setting of acute chest pain. More information currently can also be found at Manchester's St Emlyn's site.
Here are the slides:
Here are the slides: