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Dr Natalie May

Dr Natalie May, MBChB, MPHe, MSc, PGCert Medical Education, FRCEM, FACEM Section lead for paediatrics and medical education Editorial Board Member St Emlyn’s blog and podcast Specialist in Emergency Medicine (Australia); Specialist in Emergency Medicine

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Natalie May Videos

Natalie May The anatomy of beautiful presentations #TTCNYC: Natalie May

Simon, Rick and Natalie LIVE at Manchester Medical Society!

By now I’m sure you know that Simon, Nat and Rick will be giving talks for the Manchester Medical Society Emergency Medicine section on Tuesday 25th November 2014 about #MedEd: The Future’s Bright.  The Future’s

Paeds Tips You Won’t Find In Books – @_NMay at SMACC Gold

Talking at SMACC Gold seemed like such a good idea in advance – and it was a wonderful (if faintly terrifying!) experience. When I came up with this title (yes – I was in the

JC: Spot the Difference, what can we do about petechiae? St Emlyn’s

Back in 2013, I wrote a post here on petechiae in well kids; it received a phenomenal number of views for reasons I don’t quite understand (I think it ended up as a link somewhere

JC: Finger on the Pulse?

If you’re an avid follower of FOAM, you’ll have seen many assertions that manual pulse checks by healthcare providers during cardiac arrest are pretty unreliable at best. The most commonly advocated alternatives are EtCO2 increase

JC: Blood Products in Trauma – What’s the Best (I)TACTIC?

Bleeding trauma patients present a couple of challenges to us in the Emergency Department. Increasingly, our aging population continues to engage in energetic daily pursuits while increasing numbers are prescribed newer direct oral anticoagulant treatments

101 Lessons from Sydney HEMS

This collection of 104 (as 101 was not enough) lessons learned whilst working with Sydney HEMS collates the experiences of a UK emergency physician working with one of the world’s premier Pre-Hospital care services. The

March Podcast Round Up

March has been an incredibly busy month on St Emlyn’s, and we had our highest number of blog views and podcast listens ever. There has been an awful lot to catch up on, admittedly a

A decade in review for Emergency Care. St Emlyn's

I hope you’ve had a very happy Christmas/holiday period, and that work hasn’t been too intense for you. As we close out 2019, we’re looking forward to a new decade of Emergency Medicine here in

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