Despite unheralded efforts on behalf of the college there is still a subgroup of people who appear actively discriminated against during the Fellowship examination process. The unprepared.
This week we have a Wendon Double Bill here on LITFL; first Mastering Intensive Care with Andrew Davies and now a Jellybean with Doug Lynch.
From Medical Students, through random missives to Men about the house and tattoos. @HenryGoldstein talks to @TheTopEnd about many, many things.
I, like a lot of you, have witnessed bullying and stood by, afraid to speak out. ACEM have a working party to investigate the prevalence of discrimination, bullying and sexual harassment.
In this Mastering Intensive Care podcast, Prof John Botha from Frankston Hospital in Melbourne, Australia discusses several aspects of exemplary leadership in the ICU. Prof John Botha discusses why he was attracted to ICU; some of his early mentoring; how to learn from even difficult mentors; how an exceptional ICU environment requires trust, a sense […]
aka Ophthalmology Befuddler 009b [Patient 1] [Patient 2] Patient 2 A elderly man is found in his home unconscious after his son was unable to contact him on the phone. As part of a neurological work up, funduscopy is performed. Findings similar to this are seen in the left eye: Questions Q1. What does funduscopy show? […]
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If you silence the alarm for any reason and there is subsequent oxygen supply failure within the next 2 minutes no breakthrough alarm on Oxylog 3000
Guest post by Dr Akmez Latona as she enters advanced training in Emergency Medicine
Could false alarmin be the missing link in the rise of food allergies and the anaphylactic march?
Anaphylaxis is increasingly common. The patient population death rate for anaphylaxis is Australia in 2013 was over double that reported in the UK