Category: podcast

St Emlyn’s in Review – October 2017

It’s great to be back podcasting again after what has been a busy few months, We’re sorry for the hiatus, but occasionally other stuff gets in the way! Here we review some of the amazing

The Emergency Department Transfer: Patient, Preparation and People. St.Emlyn’s

Depending on your department the frequency with which you are faced with the need to transfer a critically ill intubated patient may vary but it is something we think all departments face at some point.

Strengthening Your Communication: St.Emlyn’s

If there is one skill that we must all continue to grow and develop it is our communication skills. Communication drives the way we interact with the world and the way the world interacts and

London Trauma Conference #LTC2015 – Day Two

Hello again from the London Trauma Conference! If you haven’t listened to the day one podcast yet, catch up here. We’ve managed to catch up with a couple more speakers for an in-depth chat about

London Trauma Conference #LTC2015 – Day One

London Trauma Conference podcast and round up of day 1. Nat and Iain from St.Emlyn’s podcast on the highlights. #LTC2015

Back to Basics: Back Pain in the ED

This post is part of the St Emlyn’s induction series and accompanies the podcast below. Firstly, when seeing patients with back pain take a deep breath and try to leave the baggage at the consultation

#smaccUS day 0 – the workshops. St.Emlyn’s

The St.Emlyn’s team (well some of them) are currently at the greatest conference in the world. If you don’t know about Social Media and Critical Care Conference then seriously you must have been living under

EduWars: Sticky Eyes in Kids at the EMEC

Sticky eyes in kids… Dead easy to treat, right? Well… Maybe not. This post is a little different from the usual posts you’ll find on St Emlyn’s. It includes a clinical topic with a teaching

Trials and Tribulations: Ross Fisher on Paediatric Trauma at the London Trauma Conference

  You’ve probably worked out by now that the London Trauma conference was full of awesomeness and controversy. Obviously I’m biased, but I found the paediatric stream particularly engaging and I was lucky enough to

Trauma: An Elite Sport? Tom Evens at the London Trauma Conference 2014

One of the things I love about conferences is listening to “fringe” talks – those which don’t necessarily cover a review of a clinical topic but encourage us to look at our overall practice in a


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