Michelle Johnston spoke about ‘Failing Spectacularly’ at SMACC Chicago, sharing her own experiences while emphasising the central role of failure in medical learning.
The Life in the Fast Lane team remembers our departed friend and eternal inspiration, the brilliant Dr John Hinds.
Emergency is a collection of stories penned by ER Physicians across Australia, and through them the heart of the ED meticulously dissected
Without argument, medical errors need to be prevented. But there must be ways to achieve this without stamping out every random action of humanity
Michelle Johnston, an ED doc in Perth, shares her perspective on whether emergency medicine consultants (FACEMs) should work night shifts in Australia.
Considering current global events our planet seems a panoply of despair, a train wreck of evil choices. Lets take a moment to consider…
Reluctant Intern is a self-published novel by Bill Yancey MD, which follows Dr Addison Wolfe as he sweats his way through a year of intern life…
Why we should be very wary of using clot busting drugs to treat acute strokes (Muggles version)
Do we, as a global medical profession, truly know whether or not tPA is a beneficial treatment early on in the presentation of a CVA?
Michelle Johnston was asked to give a talk illustrating ‘Lessons from the Classics’ for critical care… She delivered ‘The Physiology of Inspiration’ and left not a dry eye in the auditorium.