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COVID-19 and global health: a snapshot for Emergency Medicine

Editors:  James Chan @jameschanuk Global Emergency Care Fellow, ST5 in Emergency Medicine, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Anisa Jafar @EmergeMedGlobal NIHR Academic Lecturer and ST5 in Emergency Medicine, University of Manchester/Manchester Royal Infirmary There are

Equality and global health

Equality and global health. What I learned from being a recovering racist…

Sad action I admit I cried during the movie Wonder Woman.  I found the scene where Diana helps to liberate the villagers quite overwhelming; I still do.  I cried not because it was particularly well

JC: The IHME study on the global burden of sepsis. St Emlyn's

Editors note: This blog is based on the presentation of this trial at the Critical Care Reviews conference in Belfast. We will add more data, and be able to add a more detailed critical appraisal

JC: ISARIC. Possibly The Best COVID-19 Risk Prediction Tool To Date

Has your department been relying on clinical gestalt to risk stratify patients, perhaps using something you heard or read about in a short paper (perhaps Twitter), maybe something like post-exertional oxygenation has caught your eye,

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

May 2020 round up podcast

It’s been another month of Covid complexity and more. I got together with Iain Beardsell to talk through the highlights of the month on the blog and podcast. Much has changed in May. We are

COVID-19 Journal Club: The Director’s Cut #2

References Gattinoni, L., Chiumello, D., Caironi, P., Busana, M., Romitti, F., Brazzi, L. and Camporota, L., 2020. COVID-19 pneumonia: different respiratory treatments for different phenotypes?. Intensive Care Medicine, p.1. Giannakeas, V., Bhatia, D., Warkentin, M.T., Bogoch,

Covid 19 preparations in Virchester. St Emlyn’s

The blog and podcast has been a bit quiet recently as we’ve been focused on the preparations for Corona virus​1​ in the UK and around the world. These are our abbreviated thoughts on where we

JC: Rocuronium or Suxamethoniun for RSI. St Emlyn's

We’re always a little cautious (scared) about entering any sort of emergency airway debate on social media as opinions are usually strongly held, and evidence is often of the lighter variety. One of the more

Risk scores for cardiac chest pain: the first head-to-head comparison!

Suspected cardiac chest pain: everyone sees it, everyone has a different clinical pathway, and everyone has a different risk score for it. This week the Emergency Medicine Journal published our paper “Comparison of four decision


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