Results for: global health

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Selected international, national and regional presentations from the St.Emlyn’s team.

Natalie May ACEM Annual Scientific Conference (Queenstown, NZ) Social Media in Medical Education (Nov 2016) New South Wales Medical Education and Training Conference (Sydney) Generation Why: Teaching Across a Generation Gap (August 2016) The Teaching

2016 Review. St.Emlyn’s

It’s been an interesting year. Social media is awash with all the awful things that have happened, the people we have lost, the success or failure of democracy (depending on your perspective), the war in

Will Northern Ireland get the PHEM service that Dr John Hinds knew it needed?

Altruism: this is why we are here. The concern for the welfare for others: this is why we are here.   The belief that we can and will be better, that we can push harder,

What did you miss at #EuSEM16? St.Emlyn’s

  “Patience and tranquillity of mind contribute more to cure our distempers as the whole of medicine” (Mozart) Around the same time last year, I wrote a blog post that summarised the EuSEM 2015 congress’ academic

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

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

Breaking news: Zika virus update. St.Emlyn’s.

Zika virus update for UK emergency physicians on St.Emlyn’s. infectious disease emerging.

#SMACCUS: A Trainee Perspective

If you’re reading this blog then I am sure you are aware that last week Chicago played host to the super-galactic conference that is SMACC. Equally, I am sure you have read summary upon summary

Problems in Early Pregnancy – Induction

The number of patients seen in each ED with problems relating to early pregnancy in the UK is very variable – some hospitals have rapid referral pathways for patients who know they are pregnant. It’s

Hide And Seek: Button Batteries in the Emergency Department

We see lots of kids presenting to the ED with “things” where they shouldn’t be (we see adults too, sometimes – but that’s a whole set of different stories).  Foreign bodies show up in all

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