104 Reflections from Sydney HEMS – the eBook. St.Emlyn’s

Firstly, the title of this post is not a typo. When I collated the reflective lessons from my series of Sydney HEMS blog posts I realised there were actually 104, not 101. Apologies for the misleading advertising, but there was so much good stuff to get in!  (Ed – let’s call it 101+3).

Secondly, you can get them all in one place in a new iBook/eBook for free, if you fancy downloading something to read at your leisure. Yes, it’s totally free!

The Sydney HEMS iBook on iTunes

Clicking this link will take you to iTunes where you can download the iBook for free. Apparently you need an iOS device with iBooks 1.5 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

The Sydney HEMS eBook on Researchgate

Clicking this link will take you to the eBook’s page on Researchgate where you can download the ePub version.

Although all the blog post content is there, I’ve added some extra pictures, a foreword and a chapter on the who, what, when, where, how and why of getting into Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine.

How do I cite this book?

May, N. 101 Lessons from Sydney HEMS. [Internet]. Carley S, editor. Available from: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/101-lessons-from-sydney-hems/id1326102799?ls=1&mt=11

eBooks? Whatever next?

We published our first eBook last month – you can find out about it, where to find it, and why we are doing this by reading this blog post.

Let us know what you think!

Nat

@_NMay

You can find the original blogposts here:
Part OnePart TwoPart ThreePart FourPart FivePart SixPart Seven

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Posted by Natalie May

Dr. Natalie May, MBChB, MPHe, MSc, PGCert Medical Education, FRCEM, FACEM is section lead for paediatrics and medical education. She is an Editorial Board Member of the St Emlyn’s blog and podcast. She is a specialist in Emergency Medicine (Australia) and a Specialist in Emergency Medicine with Paediatric Emergency Medicine (UK). She works as Staff Specialist in Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine with the Ambulance Service of New South Wales (aka Sydney HEMS). She also works as aStaff Specialist, Emergency Medicine, St George Hospital (South Eastern Sydney Local Health District). Her research interests include medical education, particularly feedback; gender inequity in healthcare; paediatric emergency medicine. You can find her on twitter as @_NMay

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