Tag: critical appraisal

CAN 8: p-values

We’ve not done a critical appraisal nugget for a while now. No excuses, we’ve just been busy with other stuff, but we need to rectify that now. This week I sat down with Rick Body

St Emlyn’s 2018 Critical Appraisal book.

We are delighted to share the latest e-book from the St Emlyn’s team. This collates key critical appraisals from the team, published in 2018. This is the collection of journal club posts from the St

Podcast: December 2018 round up

Here’s the round up of the best of the blog from December 2018. We hope you had a great Christmas and New Year and that 2019 will bring new opportunities for us all. https://ebem.podbean.com/mf/play/r4pzyh/stemlyns_December_round_up_2018_copy.mp3

StE Journal Club: a Christmas Games of Thrones issue

Disclaimer #1: this is a Christmas edition of our regular journal club so expect it be as light-hearted as it is academic Disclaimer #2: please do not proceed to read this blog post if you

JC: Conservative management of chest trauma. St Emlyn’s

We have previously blogged on the topic of chest tube/drain management1. In one of our most widely read posts we argued that many pneumothoraces can be managed without a chest drain. When trained as a

St Emlyn’s July round up podcast

. A quick round up of the best from the blog in July 29. Infinite Game theory and Emergency Medicine with  Craig Ferguson http://www.stemlynsblog.org/only-a-game-infinite-game-theory-in-emergency-medicine/ Epinephrine in Cardiac Arrest: Journal Club post (and a really important

St Emlyn’s April 2018 blog and podcast round up.

Simon and Iain talk through what the team has been up to in April. All the blogs should be on the website and of course you can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or via

JC: Don’t blame it on the Bougie. St Emlyn’s

Many years ago I did my CTR (the Clinical Topic Review*) for my FCEM exam on facilitating intubation in the C-spine immobilised patient. The actual CTR is lost in the mists of time, but the

JC: Oxygen in the Acutely Unwell Patient. St Emlyn;s

When I started in medicine all resuscitation started with some form of supplemental oxygen. Whether that was by face mask, LMA or intubation, oxygen was the mainstay of initial treatment and you would even fail

Journal Club – Trauma CT in Paediatric Patients

I have a confession to make – I once requested a whole body CT (WBCT) in a paediatric patient. [Yes, yes, I know!] To be fair, we didn’t know he was a paediatric patient at

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