Tag: social media

Critical Care Horizons Journal. Amazing work from Rob MacSweeney.

Back in March I finally got round to meeting the hard working, funny and all round good guy Rob MacSweeney from Northern Ireland. Not only is he the brains behind critical care reviews, one of

What has Twitter ever done for us?

The following scene was recently filmed in a UK ED for a fly on the wall documentary. With more that a nod to the Monty Python team…. INT. ED SEMINAR ROOM. DAY (8.00) In a

Who’s That Girl? Impostor Syndrome at #SMACCGold

I want to let you into a secret. I’m an impostor.   OK, that’s not quite true. I’m a 34-year-old (shock!) Emergency Medicine trainee with a penchant for karaoke and a passion for education, but

Anonymity : a little bit too much fun? Damian Roland

As preparation for a social media debate at the 2013 College of Emergency Medicine conference the twitter account @SoMeSucks was created. The idea was to raise awareness of some of the difficulties of social media

SMACC 2013: A roadmap for #FOAM at St.Emlyn’s

This is the panel discussion from smacc 2013 with a great group of FOAMites (and me). The panel discuss where FOAM is, where it’s going and how it might fit in to the future of

GMC Guidance on social media use by doctors. St.Emlyn’s

Firstly apologies for the slow updates of late. I am ‘away from the desk’ so to speak, having a lovely time and all, but there are certain restrictions on internet access! Anyway……..the GMC guidance has

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