The Teaching Co-op. (The event formerly known as The Teaching Course.) It’s in Alcatraz, Brisbane and Copenhagen. It’s in Melbourne, Manchester and Manila. I’d be exhausted just thinking about it if it didn’t sound like so much fun.
Scary little people. Hazel Talbot loves her job. She really does. She works 80% neonatal retrieval around one of the most beautiful parts of the world and does so in a fashion that must light up the lives of everyone that comes in contact with her.
The College of Intensive Care Annual Scientific Meeting is upon us. How do you make something like that happen? Lets ask Naomi Diel, part of last years organising committee.
Jellybean talks to a Cambodian man born in Australia as a result of war. Let’s talk about what one asylum seeking family has given back to both countries.
Medical Student and Poet Sanaah Sultan took the stage by storm at dasSMACC. Activist. Future pre-hospitalist. In her heart, in Kashmir, always in Kashmir.
Matt MacPartlin went along to the Australasian Simulation Congress and spoke to ICU nurse and co-convenor Jessica Stokes-Parish.
The fabulous @eleytherius. You may know her as Dr Johnston, as a long term LITFL contributor has written a novel – Dustfall.
Resus for dummies or resus for clever people? Dr Dan Davis and the art of ART – Advanced Resuscitation Training
Flying into a airport, or television studio, near you it’s @FLTDOC1 – Prof Mike Abernethy, one of the longest serving flight physicians in the world today.
Chris Hicks is @HumanFact0rz – He is reading about Human Factors. He is writing about Human Factors. He is talking about Human Factors.
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.