The Procedures Course is a ‘hands on’ cadaver based course designed to help you achieve mastery at life-limb-and-sight saving procedures.
When I was starting out, I was told there were three types of doctors doing emergency medicine: missionaries, adrenaline junkies, and fools. I was all three…
Ten Tips for FOAM Beginners from Lifeinthefastlane.com on how to make the most of free open access medical education #FOAMed
A response to the recent LITFL post on the RESCUEicp trial of decompressive craniectomy from three of the trial’s authors, Dr Hutchinson, Dr Kolias and Dr Menon.
Alistair Nichol explains why the “favourability” of outcomes from brain trauma in the RESCUEicp trial are in the eye of the beholder.
Review this league table of ‘extreme pathophysiological parameters’ from clinical practice and see if you have anything to add!
In light of recent junior doctor deaths from suicide, Sandra Lussier shares her experience of depression and shows how we can take action.
If you’re a doc or nurse in Australasia and you take care of critically ill patients chances are you should be familiar with the Oxylog 3000.
Join Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Groups (EMUGs) to continue the POCUS (r)evolution in Australasian emergency medicine!
There is still time to master the bronchoscope! Come to ‘Bronchoscopy for Critical Care’ on Friday 9 December 2016.
According to an editorial in the NEJM, decompressive craniectomy “has a proven benefit in the management of malignant cerebral edema after ischemic stroke”… We point out the caveats to this assertion.
The best advice ever given: “Never take advice from anyone prepared to give it to you”… plus some advice on how to give a ‘ripper’ talk or an effective presentation.