Put together a multi-disciplinary critical care team at smaccGOLD, enter the GOLD RUSH, win $5,000. Simple, eh.
LITFL’s Joe Rotella can’t wait for TAPNA 2014 — read on to find out why the Toxicology and Poisons Networks Australasia’s conference will be the place to be from April 30 to May 3 2014.
2014 is here and it is time for smaccGOLD to go into overdrive. Get your PK SMACCtalks and SimWars entries in STAT!
smaccGOLD Call for Abstracts – get yours in by Friday, 22 November 2013.
Want more confidence to deal with medical emergencies? Want to learn how to run a MET call? Want to know what to do before the ICU team arrives? Then the Clinical Course in Acute Care Medicine is for you. Run over 4 days (16-19 January 2014) at Eastern Health and convened by the well regarded Prof […]
As revenge for an incident best left unmentioned, Chris Nickson of LITFL.com and iTeachEM.com handed me the poisoned chalice of speaking on tPA for stroke at SMACC 2013. This is the result. (Un)fortunately there is no actual video footage as I wasn’t important enough, so my Finnish heavy metal air cello will be left to […]
‘All the good stuff’ is happening this November at the ACEM ASM in Adelaide – check it out.
Really looking forward to #RMEC13 from 27-29 June in Brisbane.
This is the footage from one of the sessions I chaired at last November’s ground-breaking ACEM ASM in Hobart. The theme of this session was “Imagining the Future” featuring Kendall Ho, Mike Cadogan and Stephen Atherton. It’s long, but there is some good stuff in there. Excuse the mumbling chairman…and the lack of audio in […]
Registrations are now open for Bedside Critical Care 2013 – fancy a week in Cairns during the school holidays while you get meducated?
Great overview of evidence based medicine with Professor Kevin Mackway-Jones – the integration of the best evidence, clinical expertise and what the patient wants…
If you’ve wanted to check out legendary EM speakers like Amal Mattu, Mel Herbert, and Billy Mallon in the flesh but couldn’t face going to Las Vegas for a big American conference here is a solution. Go to Chile instead!