PODCAST update with Mark Wilson on the GoodSAM app at the London Trauma Conference

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Earlier this year we published a blog on the GoodSAM app, a device developed by Mark Wilson and colleagues in London that has a real potential to save lives. Since then we have heard him speak at a number of conferences including an inspiring talk at the London Trauma Conference. Iain was lucky enough to catch up with him there to record the following podcast. Listen, learn, and then download the app. You might just save a life.

Don’t forget that Mark will be at SMACC this year (you should be too).

We have more to come from the LTC so keep an eye out for those and other St.Emlyn’s podcasts in 2015. Related to this post is the concept around Impact Brain Apnoea with Gareth Davies. If you’ve not already listened to that then do so now as these two posts link really well.
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Professor Simon Carley MB ChB, PGDip, DipIMC (RCS Ed), FRCS (Ed)(1998), FHEA, FAcadMed, FRCEM, MPhil, MD, PhD is Creator, Webmaster, owner and Editor in Chief of the St Emlyn’s blog and podcast. He is Professor of Emergency Medicine at Manchester Metropolitan University and a Consultant in adult and paediatric Emergency Medicine at Manchester Foundation Trust. He is co-founder of BestBets, St.Emlyns and the MSc in emergency medicine at Manchester Metropolitan University. He is an Education Associate with the General Medical Council and is an Associate Editor for the Emergency Medicine Journal. His research interests include diagnostics, MedEd, Major incidents & Evidence based Emergency Medicine. He is verified on twitter as @EMManchester

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