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JC: Hindsight bias. St Emlyn’s

Here at St Emlyn’s we’ve always prided ourselves on being reflective clinicians. We’ve written blogs on feedback​1​, reflection​2​, coaching​3​ and much more all of which rest on the principle that we it’s important to look

The future of diagnostics

The Future of Diagnostics #stemlynsLIVE

Making diagnoses is arguably the most important aspect of our work in Emergency Medicine. Until we know something about the nature of a patient’s condition, we can’t make informed decisions about whether they need to

Similar challenges, different approaches – Mass Casualty Incident training lessons from Pakistan. St Emlyn’s

A little while ago I reported from the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma’s meeting – specifically covering the management of major – or mass casualty – incidents (MCI). Many similar themes stood out

SMACC2019: The Power of Peer Review

This blog is designed to support my talk at SMACCUltimate​1​. The conference is held in Sydney, Australia and sadly (Ed – very sadly) it’s likely to be the very last of the SMACC conferences. The

JC: Time to put the REBOA balloon away? Maybe, maybe not…

Ed – this blog is co-published on the REBEL EM site here. http://rebelem.com/jc-time-to-put-the-reboa-balloon-away-maybe-maybe-not/ The management of the critically hemorrhaging trauma patient has seen a large amount of change over last decade, from bringing care far

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Educational theories you should know: Dual-Coding

It’s been pleasing to see that, thanks in part to the work of a Scottish born paediatric surgeon based in Sheffield, more and more people are using images as opposed to text in their slide-sets

St Emlyn’s 2018 Critical Appraisal book.

We are delighted to share the latest e-book from the St Emlyn’s team. This collates key critical appraisals from the team, published in 2018. This is the collection of journal club posts from the St

The Journey That Matters: Dr. Clare Richmond at #stemlynsLIVE

This podcast and presentation was recorded at the St Emlyn’s LIVE conference in Manchester 2018. In this presentation Clare takes us through the rationale, principles, training and practice that we need in order to continually

Learning in the Social Age. St Emlyn’s at #EMERGE10

Learning in the social age. Implications for emergency medicine training, #FOAMed

Education theories you should know: Cognitive load theory. St Emlyn’s

I was lucky enough to be involved recently with a conference in Virchester that brought together some great clinical educators from across the world. During the conference, there was a lot of talk about cognitive


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