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Life in the Fast Lane was born out of an intense desire to procrastinate..
Australasian emergency physicians and intensivists exploring the changing world of eLearning, emergency medicine, critical care and toxicology through clinical cases, fictionalized anecdotes and medical satire. Learn more about the Authors, Contact the team, read the disclaimer or review the webmetrics
Our team was born out of passionate (and usually unresolved) debate pertaining to the elements of eLearning; medical education; medical history; political ambiguity; information sharing; the open source era and the ethos of web 2.0. In nerd terms…we have been described as the ‘Fully Loaded Can” of the Australasian Blogosphere…
By writing this blog we never set out to be lauded with universal literary acclaim – and, quite obviously, that has not happened…Instead we take great pleasure in sharing our medical experiences and clinical knowledge with health conscious technophiles. We write simply to facilitate the learning process by providing diverse and hopefully entertaining reading material. Take a trip into the past with our full blog archive.
We utilise the essential elements of audio, visual, kinaesthetic and tactile learning to create this home of ’sacred secret truthfulness’ clinical medicine and obscure trivia – and naturally we cite and give due reverence to the great hero of modern clinical medicine, Sir William Osler.
We are always happy to receive submissions and suggestions for posts relating to the weird, the wonderful and the eclectic nature of ‘mother medicine’. Contact us at mike [at] lifeinthefastlane.com or chris [at] lifeinthefastlane.com