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Will Northern Ireland get the PHEM service that Dr John Hinds knew it needed?

Altruism: this is why we are here. The concern for the welfare for others: this is why we are here.   The belief that we can and will be better, that we can push harder,

John Hinds: Crack the Chest. Get Crucified.

John’s great talk from #smaccUS. Watch this and remember why he will be missed. Thanks to Oli Flower and the SMACC team for getting this up and available so soon after the conference, and thanks

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

JC: Critical Care Reviews day 2. #CCR20. St Emlyn's

In addition to the presentation of the VITAMINS trial and the PEPTIC trial we also saw a number of other papers presented. These are listed below, but have not been fully critically appraised. We’ll leave

DFTB. The procedure paradox update. St Emlyn's

Updated content and video This is an update and repost of a blog from last Summer following the release of the video from the 2019 Don’t Forget the Bubbles (DFTB) conference in London. The original

The great day paradox. St.Emlyn’s

I started thinking and writing this blog about 2 years ago, but I’d not really been happy with understanding how I feel about it. More recently I’ve been asked to prepare a talk for the

JC: Should we rapidly cardiovert AF in the ED? St Emlyn’s

If I develop AF then I reckon I’d be able to spot it pretty quick, and I’d get myself down to ED pronto so that I could get myself cardioverted having read the excellent work

SMACC Day 1 Morning Sessions: St Emlyn’s

It’s great to be back in Sydney for the final SMACC conference. The team have travelled from across the world to join the SMACC family back where it all started at the ICC in Darling

JC: Cricoid Pressure and RSI, do we still need it? St Emlyn’s

This blog reviews the first large randomised controlled trial of cricoid pressure in emergency patients as published in JAMA Surgery, October 2018. Cricoid pressure is controversial. Although it has been taught in anaesthesia practice, since

EMSSA Day 2. Co-created conference report with St.Emlyn’s

Supadel (@Go_Supadel): There were great excitement at the Aviator airport hotel this morning as our sponsored delegates (dubbed the Supadels) prepared for transfer to the conference venue.  Over the last few months delegates registering for

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