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Emergency medicine, a risky business part 7: Risk proximity

Risk proximity is an important concept. In simple terms it just describes the time from an event happening and the risk potentially occuring. It’s not something that we often think about in the emergency department,

JC: Can alcohol relieve nausea. St.Emlyn’s

Whilst I was a medical student, I ran several ‘n of 1’ clinical trials, principally investigating whether alcohol could reduce nausea. My notes from these studies were incomprehensible scrawls, and in all honesty the results

Paediatric Trauma is no place for a Paediatric Surgeon. Ross Fisher joins St.Emlyn’s

Ross Fisher, consultant paediatric surgeon from Sheffield UK explains why paediatric surgeons may not be best placed to lead paediatric trauma teams.

Let’s talk about subarachnoid haemorrhage

subarachnoid management and diagnosis in the emergency department. St.Emlyn’s controversies in the use of CT scanning lumbar puncture LP and medical therapy.

Tips on how to prepare and survive your night shifts

how to survive night shifts in emergency medicine. Janos Baombe at St.Emlyn’s

CBRN: An Introduction. St Emlyn’s

yb It is a sad reality that in this day and age the world can be uncertain, volatile and dangerous place.  CBRN (chemical, biological, radioactive, nuclear) threats are real, and as Emergency Physicians it is

James Lind Alliance update. St.Emlyn’s

John Lind Alliance research priority partnership with the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. Setting the research agenda for the next 10 years in emergency medicine

St.Emlyn's grief christmas

Grief at Christmas. Liz Crowe at St.Emlyn’s

Managing bad news in emergency medicine and critical care at Christmas. St.Emlyn’s on Grief at Christmas.

All you need to know about CHEMSEX but never dared to ask… St.Emlyn’s

CHEMSEX and public health issues for the emergency department and physician.

Learning from the Paris Attacks with Dr Youri Yordanov. St.Emlyn’s

The emergency department response to the Paris Attacks on 13/11/15. Dr Youri Yordanov describes the amazing response to the major incident.

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