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Medical education

Ross Fisher on p-cubed (p3) presentations ffolliet.com

    Click here for ffolliet.com (Ed – don’t forget to subscribe) In Medicine we all like to believe our practice is evidence based, effectual and evolves with time and feedback. In the light of

Soft skills in simulation: EuSEM 2016. St.Emlyn’s

I was delighted to speak at the European Society of Emergency Medicine in Vienna this year. One talk is with the Young Emergency Medicine Doctors (YEMD) group on the use of teaching simulation for ‘soft

DAS SMACC is go. St.Emlyn’s

The long anticipated launch of DAS SMACC is upon us. This morning email inboxes around the world rattled (Ed – do you mean ‘pinged’) to the sound of an invite to speak in Berlin next

N2O Laughing Matter

Everyone likes balloons, right?  Some people really like balloons, and more specifically the contents of them.  Having recently moved to East London, I can’t cycle to work and back (only about 15 minutes or so) without

Generation Why – Challenges in Medical Education at #NSWMET

This blog post is based on a talk I prepared for the New South Wales Medical Education and Training Conference in Sydney, August 2016. I’d like you to imagine something with me. It’s 08:00 on

#FOAMed on prescription. St.Emlyn’s

#FOAMed on prescription is something we have been doing for some time in the Virchester ED. It’s a way of cementing the sort of just in time learning that we excel at. For example we

Bringing the Outdoor Classroom Indoors – #MedEd at #smaccFORCE #smaccDUB

Before February this year I had no prehospital experience whatsoever – so standing up in front of a crowd at the smacc prehospital workshop #smaccFORCE, I felt like a bit of an impostor. But I

Awesome Presentations at #TTCNYC15

Back in November 2015 Simon and I had the honour of joining the amazing faculty and participants at the Teaching Course in New York. We’ve already shared some of our thoughts and content, on Educational

Cardiology Case 05: Detective work

  It’s been a while since we shared a cardiology case but here’s a cracker for you. As usual, see our Caveats and Cautions. While these cases are based on our genuine experiences (often pooling several

Wait Time: Why Silence Matters in Medical Education

Questions, Questions, Questions Over the last fifteen years I’ve noticed that the more I learn about medicine, the more I realise I really know very little and the more questions I ask. There was a


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