April 2021 podcast

April podcast round up: St Emlyn’s

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Our regular round up of the best of the blog from April 2021. Not as many posts as usual this month as we were busy with the RCEM CPD conference, but really pleased to get some quality content out.

In particular the post on belief and Bayes is a theme that we have run with over many years and is, I think, a new way of describing what we have been aware of for many years.

The post on post vaccine and headache and VITT is one of our most widely read pieces and has been highly influential in getting useful advice out to clinicians across the globe.

It was, and always is, a delight to catch up with Peter Brindley to talk about #FOAMed quality and recognition. Some really interesting concepts in here from one of the most entertaining and clever physicians on the planet.

Finally, the big news on CODA is that we now have dates and location for 2022 and we are all looking forward to the opportunity to meet up with friends old and new. It may be that we can only meet virtually (again), but for those able to travel this will surely be a highlight of the year.

Simon and Ian

CODA update and links. St Emlyn’s
Assessing on-line medical education resources. A podcast with Peter Brindley
Post-vaccine headache in the Emergency Department: what you need to know. St Emlyn’s
Bayes and Belief: How pre-review belief influences critical appraisal. St Emlyn’s

Cite this article as: Simon Carley, "April podcast round up: St Emlyn’s," in St.Emlyn's, May 15, 2021, https://www.stemlynsblog.org/april-podcast-round-up-st-emlyns/.

Thanks so much for following. Viva la #FOAMed

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