Category: Emergency Medicine

CODA ZERO is here. St Emlyn’s

This week marks the return of CODA, or rather the start of the CODA project that developed from the genre changing SMACC conferences. I was lucky enough to be involved in setting up the first

Some Background Learning – a simple way to add education to your ED

In medicine we are always looking for new and innovative ways to deliver education. In the post-COVID age the traditional model of everyone sitting in a room receiving a presentation can now only be a

JC: Haloperidol for Headaches. St Emlyn’s

Lone acute severe headaches are a common and sometimes complex presentation to all Emergency Departments. There are obviously life threatening causes of a headache that we rule out with judicious history taking and examination. The

Covid-19 in Italy with Roberto Cosentini part 2. St Emlyn’s

Ed – Back at the beginning of the pandemic we had a fantastic contribution from our friend and colleague Roberto Cosentini on the Bergamo experience of dealing with this terrible disease. It turned out to

Top 10 trauma papers 2019-2020 for Liverpool Trauma Seminars. St Emlyn’s

This week I am presenting (virtually) at the Liverpool Trauma Seminar. This is a new initiative that aims to provide a multispeciality, multidisciplinary trauma conference in the North West of England. It’s run out of

Dexamethasone, COVID-19 and the RECOVERY trial. St Emlyn’s

We have previously covered the RECOVERY trial on St Emlyn’s noting that the first results out of this large pragmatic, adaptive design platform RCT showed no benefit to Hydroxychloroquine. A few weeks ago a press

Introducing the St Emlyn’s Lesson Plans

We are delighted to introduce you to the “St Emlyn’s Lesson Plans“, which we hope will help structure some of your education sessions over coming months. We currently have many of sessions that you might

JC: Halt! It’s not time for TXA! Or is it? HALT-IT results at St Emlyn’s

If you’re any kind of emergency care aficionado, you probably worship at the altar of tranexamic acid (TXA). With data showing more favourable outcomes from its use in traumatic bleeding​(1)​, post-partum haemorrhage​(2)​, maybe traumatic brain

COVID-19 Journal Club: The Director’s Cut #5

We have searched every COVID-19 publication, and summarised the literature of everything published in the last week. We have highlighted those papers that will be of interest to EM clinicians on the front line. This

COVID Journal Club #8 – The Webinar. Thursday 18th 11am BST

We took a well earned break last week from the weekly Covid19 webinar and journal club, but we are back on Thursday with 5​1–5​+1 papers to keep us all thinking about how we use science


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