Jellybean 085 – The quadruple Burden of Disease in South Africa with Victoria Stephen of BadEM • LITFL Podcast
Jellybeanz time…talking about talking about dying with Dr Steve Philpot, Master of Communication.
Pre-Hospital Medicine Slovenian Style with @GregorProsen
Jellybean 82 with Dr Wisam Al-Basaam; Extraordinary tales of ordinary heroism. An Iraqi Story.
Denmark. Probably the best or fairest economy in the world. Probably the best wind power in the world. Probably the happiest nation on earth. (No comment on the beer.)
Physician and Intensivist Steve Warrilow, Director of the Austin Hospital ICU, talks about everything from Physician Generalism to Surgical Super Specialisation. Stephen is a man that can communicate.
BadEM are surfing a #FOAMed wave at the moment and they are doing it with style, which isn’t that surprising when Kirsten Kingma is on board.
“ipsa scientia potestas est” – Toby Fogg talks to Matt McPartlin about the ever growing Airway Registry ANZEDAR
In Australia alone thousands of people have an out of hospital cardiac arrest each year. Only 10% survive. It’s a very scary and dangerous rollercoaster. No better place to talk about that than under a real roller-coaster under the Sydney Harbour Bridge with Paul Middleton.
What is the future of Artificial Intelligence and critical care medicine? I ask Rinaldo Bellomo after 30 years at the pointy end of critical care research
Government #FOAMed Warning; Life in the Fast Lane is apparently addictive. You have been warned. (It’s Jellybean 075 with Aidan Baron; @ALittleMedic )
ars Lundell is a Legend of Scandinavian Surgery. From small beginnings in rural Sweden to the biggest issues in bariatric surgery, Lars has plenty to say. This one has controversy, criticism, care, laughter and a lot of rat surgery.