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The Teaching Course Cape Town. St Emlyn’s

This week the team is out in sunny South Africa taking the opportunity to help run The Teaching CoOp course in Cape Town. This is the same course that we will be running back in

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Time in rural South Africa as a UK trainee. St Emlyn’s.

Imagine if you will, a hypotensive alcoholic with active haematemesis and melaena, something they taught us in medical school, earning its own place in OSCEs and even a page in the cheese and onion.1 In

JC: More on alcohol sniffing and nausea. St.Emlyn’s

Just a quickie this week as I am so busy with planning the SMACC party, the St.Emlyn’s LIVE conference and the Teaching CooP course in Manchester. I’m also off to #BadEMFest18 in a few weeks

St Emlyn’s January 2018 in review

Iain and Simon round up the blog posts from January 2018. You can listen to the podcast below. Links to all the blog posts mentioned are listed below. Review of 2017. St.Emlyn’s Simon Carley January

On Reflection

On Reflection I’ve been reflecting on reflection for some time now, at least since I started formally collecting my lessons from Sydney HEMS and probably even before that, because this sort of meta nonsense is

Podcast: September 2018 round up of the St Emlyn’s blog

Here’s the September podcast round up of the St Emlyn’s blog. For some reason this did not get published back in 2018, so here it is now 🙂 The following blogs are discussed. OOHCA and

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JC: Devastating Brain Injury. Complex decisions in the resus room. St.Emlyn’s

Social media can sometimes give the impression that all is rosy in the world of resuscitation. We hear of the amazing saves, the wonders of ECMO, helicopters and heroic acts with great outcomes, but the

Risk, probability and decisions in Emergency Medicine. St.Emlyn’s

This week we have released the first e-book from the St.Emlyn’s team. You can get the book in two different formats. Download the book from iTunes by clicking on this link Download the book in

JC: Does earlier TXA save lives? St.Emlyn’s

Administration of tranexamic acid (TXA) is integral part of the management for major trauma patients in the UK. It is deemed such an important aspect that its administration is used as a quality indicator to

Securing the Future of the ED workforce? St.Emlyn’s

Last week, at the RCEM Annual Scientific Conference, a document endorsed by all the big players in healthcare (in England at any rate) was released with a degree of fanfare. Those of us who work

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