You took WHAT??? The more you know, the less you know about a poison…. just look at paracetamol! And if your patient took something you knew a little bit about…. it is always combined with a new chemical name that you have never heard about! Not to mention the forever changing and amazing routes to […]
Michelle Johnston, an ED doc in Perth, shares her perspective on whether emergency medicine consultants (FACEMs) should work night shifts in Australia.
Anand Swaminathan, an ER doc in New York, shares his perspective on whether emergency medicine consultants (FACEMs) should work night shifts in Australia.
A snake slithers away and a man is left with a leg wound oozing blood. Can you handle this suspected snakebite scenario in rural NSW?
Another ICU conference looms on the horizon – the 2012 ANZICS ASM with the theme ‘ICU – It’s not all black and white’.
Rick Abbott looks at the news in Tassie and at home in the States, which leads him to contemplate beanies for cops, the fires in Colorado, medical insurance and the joys of electronic health records.
In this ‘Postcard from the Edge’, LITFL’s Michelle Johnston reflects on her recent exposure to indigenous health in Australia’s remote communities. The ‘Edge’ can be quite close to home.
Toby Fogg follows up his interview with Minh Le Cong with a guest post about his Australia and New Zealand ED Airway Registry project. Get involved!
New Series: Short editorial reviews from Emergency Medicine Australasia which publishes peer-reviewed articles, reports, reviews and opinions
Rick Abbott shares his always unique thoughts on retrievals, aka transfers in the big country to the North-East. As always, there’s plenty of food for thought.
Short editorial comments on articles from Vol. 24 Issue 2 of Emergency Medicine Australasia (EMA Journal) published online in April 2012.
This month we present the latest in our academics without titles series. We research, review and present the Australian Hospitals social media networks for 2012