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#SMACCUS: A Trainee Perspective

If you’re reading this blog then I am sure you are aware that last week Chicago played host to the super-galactic conference that is SMACC. Equally, I am sure you have read summary upon summary


The dawn of summer 2015 has been quite an emotional rollercoaster for the #FOAMed world. SMACC US was probably at least twice as awesome as it was hyped up to be – and that’s quite

#smaccUS Day 2 and 3 round up. St.Emlyn’s

We had the greatest aspirations at #smaccUS to put a podcast out every night, honestly we really did. We had plans, microphones, people, aspirations and desire. Sadly there is also the issue of reality and

Understanding grief with Liz Crowe: St. Emlyn’s

Liz Crowe and Iain Beardsell recently podcasted on grief in the ED. A tricky subject but one that will touch all of us at some point in our careers. The podcast has been really well

RIP Dr. John J Hinds

St.Emlyn’s loves you John. Thanks for being awesome and for sharing so much. We will miss you terribly. St.Emlyn’s   Please pass on your thoughts to the family via Rob Mac Sweeney (see below) #SMACCfamily

My top 5 reasons to attend #SMACC this year…

  So I am back from an amazing few days in Chicago where the most amazing medical conference of the world just took place at McCormick place in Chicago (USA). As a FOAM(ed) convert and

Behind the Scenes at St Emlyn’s

Hello again 🙂 We’d like to think you might have missed us a little in the last ten days or so when the St Emlyn’s blog has been offline (if you hadn’t noticed our absence,

JC: Getting Chilly Quickly 4. Doing It For The Kids

We have looked at therapeutic hypothermia not once, not twice, but three times already here at St Emlyn’s; most of our ED consultants also work, at least some of the time, down the long corridor in

Neurocritical care in Manchester NASGBI and St.Emlyn’s

Neurocritical care debate, discussion and overall goodness this month, in the form of a conference. This time at least it’s local and the St Emlyns team are off to Manchester for the 50th Annual Scientific

JC: An International Clinical Trials Day Special

International Clinical Trials Day 2015 is on 20th May.  To mark the occasion we’re going to run an extra special critical appraisal.  This time, let’s look at an awesome piece of work I came across

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