Tag: education

Podcast: June and July Round Up. St Emlyn’s

Our own version of Buy One Get One Free* this month, where you get a round up of two months of blog content. Coronavirus continues to dominate the medical (and non-medical) headlines, and we discuss

Some Background Learning – a simple way to add education to your ED

In medicine we are always looking for new and innovative ways to deliver education. In the post-COVID age the traditional model of everyone sitting in a room receiving a presentation can now only be a

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The St Emlyn’s Lesson Plans

Click here for a guide on how to use the St Emlyn’s Lesson Plans and some of the educational theory behind them. Each of the Lesson Plans is available on the clickable links below in

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RCEM Curriculum – HST

We have linked all St Emlyn’s posts to their particular RCEM curriculum item. This allows you to focus on areas of the curriculum that are lacking in your portfolio. Just reading the post isn’t really

Daddy, what did you do in the COVID War?

“Daddy, what did you do in the COVID war?” “Well child – I drew; I drew a lot!” “Daddy, why did you do that?” “Because there was hell of a lot of new information to

COVID-19 Children’s Q&A

These are uncertain times for us all, whatever your age. In this very special blog site only edition of the podcast I chat with my boys Archie (14), Jasper (12) and Rufus (8) to answer

Teaching and Learning in Stretched environments. RSM 2018. St Emlyn’s

This blog links to a presentation I am giving in London on the 19/10/18 on the subject of learning in stretched environments, or at least that’s the official title. My original title was ‘teaching in

Podcasts

The St Emlyn’s podcast covers clinical, evidence based, wellbeing and philosophical topics linked to emergency medicine and critical care practice. They are usually about 20 minutes in length and perfect to accompany that car journey

Using narrative learning and story telling in Emergency Medicine. St Emlyn’s

Some years ago I attended the first SMACC conference. It was special in many ways but it was an epiphany for me in my medical education journey. It opened my eyes to the possibilities of

Top Apps at #EMSA18 St Emlyn’s

One of the other sessions I spoke in at EMSA18 was the technology session, when four of us (Jesse Spurr, Michael Edmonds, Lachlan “Lachie” Graham and I), chaired by Andrew Perry, presented our top apps.


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