My friends in Chile are at it again, Urgencia UC: Conceptos 2017 is rapidly approaching. This is a cutting edge emergency medicine conference featuring internationally recognised luminaries as well as an exciting bunch of local speakers. It will be great if you’ve got some Spanish to work with but all the talks will be simultaneously translated into English/ Spanish … [Read more...] about Urgencia UC: Conceptos 2017
This week I participated as a learner in The Procedures Course. The course is run as a collaboration between The Alfred Trauma Unit, Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre, National Trauma Research Institute and Monash University. It is a cadaver-based 'hands on' procedures course designed to enable emergency and critical care physicians to develop the mastery necessary to … [Read more...] about The Procedures Course
Reviewed and revised [last-modified] OVERVIEW The Teaching Course was held in Copenhagen in June 2017 (see the website here: https://flippingmeded.com/courses/the-teaching-course/copenhagen/) and in Melbourne in August 2017 This page contains resources for the sessions I taught in 'The Sim Course' (Copenhagen) and 'The Learning Course' ( both venues) components of … [Read more...] about The Teaching Course Copenhagen & Melbourne 2017
So you’ve heard about FOAM and want to get involved. Great! Welcome to the FOAMsphere! Even if you take part in only a small way, it all adds up to make the world a better place. Here are ten tips if you’re starting out in FOAM. Here are ten tips if you’re starting out in FOAM. 1. Be a Tweeter Twitter is the thread that ties FOAM together. With a Twitter … [Read more...] about Ten Tips for FOAM Beginners
This is a guest post by Dr Peter Hutchinson, Professor of Neurosurgery; Dr Angelos Kolias, Clinical Lecturer in Neurosurgery; and Dr David Menon, Professor of Anaesthesia – all at the University of Cambridge and Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, UK. It is a response to the recent LITFL post by Dr Alistair Nichol titled RESCUEicp and the Eye of the Beholder. * … [Read more...] about “Beholders” or patients and families?