Equitable publishing part 1: Appraising an audience

Coauthored with Thomas Shanahan (@clifford0584), with contributions from Teresa Chan (@TChanMD) Where should we publish? You have finally completed your data analysis and came to some interesting conclusions. On discussing these with your study team

Big Shock…..Do we ❤ POCUS?

‘Red Standby 4 mins’ tannoys the nurse in charge. ‘It’s a 70yr old male BP 68/49, pulse 120, GCS 14/15, O2 sats 98% on 15L NRB, temperature 37.5°C’ you are reliably informed by a colleague.

So you’d like to be a clinical education fellow?

How to apply for a Clinical Education Fellow post To help with the educational challenges created by COVID, we in the Undergraduate Department at Virchester recently advertised for a Junior Clinical Education Fellow on a

Emergency care research: top tips on how to get involved. St Emlyn’s

Coauthored with Edd Carlton (@EddCarlton) and Samantha Jones The COVID-19 pandemic has largely been a difficult time for us all. However, one positive has been the speed at which research has influenced clinical practice. Emergency

REGN monoclonal antibodies work in selected hospitalised COVID-19 patients. St Emlyn’s

We’ve reported on the RECOVERY trial several times already on the blog. It stands out as the most important trial of therapeutics in hospitalised patients with COVID19. In the last month the RECOVERY trial has

Med-Fi: Chest pain in 2050

Read. more about our Med-Fi series here and see our future based content here. Fiona was relieved to have got the all clear for her heart health – it had been an anxious few hours.

Medical Fiction: A new St Emlyn’s section

There’s nothing like a good bit of sci-fi, is there? From the imagination of the original Star Wars trilogy to the thought-provoking Matrix. Sci-fi isn’t just mindless entertainment though. Sometimes, science fiction comes true. Think

Thunderstorm Asthma

Thunderstorm Asthma: St Emlyn’s

In the UK this weekend there are warnings out regarding Thunderstorm Asthma. This is a rare but well described phenomena when patients who are previously known to be grass pollen allergic (e.g. hayfever) suffer asthma

May 2021 podcast

May 2021 Podcast round up. St Emlyn’s

Our regular round up of the blog highlights in podcast form as hosted by Ian and Simon.

JC: Aspirin is not effective for hospitalised COVID19 patients. St Emlyn’s

We’ve reported on the RECOVERY trial several times already on the blog. It stands out as the most important trial of therapeutics in hospitalised patients with COVID19. This week the RECOVERY trial has released the

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