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Administration

Colour of the wind

Fair warning: this is a difficult read. Many thanks to Janos Baombe, Liz Crowe and Cathy Wield for your wisdom and support in making this post a little less uncomfortable. Before you start This is

POCUS for COVID19 – Sounding out a Virus

Written by Anna Colclough, Nick Mani, Rachel Liu & Cian McDermott  Edited by Cian McDermott @cianmcdermott We had a super interactive RCEM Clinical Leaders Point-of-Care Ultrasound Zoom call on Thursday April 23 2020. This session

The #COVID-19 bubble: St Emlyn’s

Here in Virchester the number of patients with Covid-19 are ramping up and we are putting the incredible amount of training, simulations, education and more into practice. That time in preparation (we’ve been running daily

JC: Improving patient flow. St Emlyn’s

Ed – it seems like everything is about Covid-19 at the moment and that’s understandable, but we should not forget other aspects of our work. Whilst patient flow may seem less important as we deal

Covid-19 Podcast from Italy with Roberto Cosentini. St Emlyn’s

Dr Roberto Cosentini is an old friend of St Emlyn’s who works in Bergamo, in Northern Italy. He is right at the heart of the recent Covid-19 outbreak. He kindly found an hour to record

#stemlynsLIVE postponed due to Covid-19. St Emlyn’s

Covid-19 update and postponement Location: Manchester Date: 4/3/20 On Tuesday we wrote to the many people who had already booked #stemlynsLIVE stating that we would watch the Covid-19 situation carefully. In less than 36 hours

2019 Novel Coronavirus (Wuhan) at St Emlyn’s

Thursday afternoon, I brazenly told my director that the coronavirus needn’t warrant immediate concern.  I didn’t want to add to the typical hysteria that leads to people purchasing too many medical supplies that then results

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

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

JC: Hindsight bias. St Emlyn’s

Here at St Emlyn’s we’ve always prided ourselves on being reflective clinicians. We’ve written blogs on feedback​1​, reflection​2​, coaching​3​ and much more all of which rest on the principle that we it’s important to look


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