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COVID-19 Podcasts from St Emlyn’s

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic we have been able to produce podcasts regularly, keeping you up to date with all the latest evidence based medicine, as well as cutting edge interviews. St Emlyn’s on Spotify St


The St Emlyn’s podcast covers clinical, evidence based, wellbeing and philosophical topics linked to emergency medicine and critical care practice. They are usually about 20 minutes in length and perfect to accompany that car journey


Chapter 1 – The Applied Knowledge Test (MCQ/SBA)

Overview of the AKT/MCQ The Applied Knowedge Test will be centrally set for all UK medical schools with a common format, test standard, delivery process and policy framework. It seems highly likely that these will

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Assessing on-line medical education resources. A podcast with Peter Brindley

Last year I was contacted by Peter Brindley, Leon Byker and Brent Thoma to collaborate on a paper for the Journal of the Intensive Care Society. The aim was to help people understand a little

CODA change

CODA update and links. St Emlyn’s

As it’s the Easter weekend we will keep this brief as we hope that you are taking the opportunity to reflect on an incredibly challenging year with family and friends (albeit with appropriate social distancing


Chapter 1 – The FRCEM Single Best Answer (SBA)

Overview of the SBA We are nearly out with the old and in with the new, but not quite. The SBA is rolling out from the Autumn 2021 sitting so we still have a couple

St Emlyn’s Undergraduate Acute and Emergency Care Curriulum

Welcome to the St Emlyn’s Undergraduate Acute and Emergency Curriculum. We have suggested learning objectives wiithin each presentation that is included in the GMC Medical Licensing Assessment Content Map for acute and emergency care, ie

February 2021 podcast

February 2021 Round Up Podcast. St Emlyn’s

Our regular podcast round up from February 2021. Iain and Simon highlight the key learning points from this month on the St Emlyn’s blog and podcast. Please remember to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes/Google

October 2020

October 2020 round up podcast

October was a busy month with a strong theme of trauma and coagulopathy. Iain and Simon got together to podcast the highlights which you can listen to on the link below, or even better subscribe

Surviving the Second Wave with Liz Crowe – A Podcast

Tonight in the UK a second COVID lockdown was announced. For many of us, whether working in healthcare or not, this year has been one to forget, and the advent of this second wave reinforces

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