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Medical education

Top 10 Trauma Papers for Trauma UK conference. 2020-2021. St Emyln’s

It’s that time of year again when the Trauma Care UK conference comes around and I get to talk about 10 interesting trauma papers from the last 12 months or so. This is a regular

EMTA Survey 2020: The good, the bad and the ugly

Co-authored with Dan Darbyshire (@dsdarbyshire) Training and practicing in emergency medicine has been hard the last 18 months. The 2020 EMTA survey tells us where things are not working and where things could be better

April 2021 podcast

April podcast round up: St Emlyn’s

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

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

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

A decade of education theory; the rise and rise of cognitive science of learning.

Education theory moves slowly – I could simply finish this blog with “Sweller has tweaked his Cognitive Load Theory a bit but it makes very little difference to the educator on the ground” – so

RCEMday3

#RCEMasc 2019 Day 3

The RCEM annual scientific conference was over too quickly. We had a great time. Here’s the summary from the final day.

RCEMday2

#RCEMasc 2019 Day 2

After a great first day (which you can read about on the day one blog here), we reconvened in Sage, Gateshead for day 2 of the RCEM Annual Scientific Conference. At the AGM the night

Similar challenges, different approaches – Mass Casualty Incident training lessons from Pakistan. St Emlyn’s

A little while ago I reported from the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma’s meeting – specifically covering the management of major – or mass casualty – incidents (MCI). Many similar themes stood out

JC: Should we rapidly cardiovert AF in the ED? St Emlyn’s

If I develop AF then I reckon I’d be able to spot it pretty quick, and I’d get myself down to ED pronto so that I could get myself cardioverted having read the excellent work