Tag: Emergency Medicine

A decade in review for Emergency Care. St Emlyn's

I hope you’ve had a very happy Christmas/holiday period, and that work hasn’t been too intense for you. As we close out 2019, we’re looking forward to a new decade of Emergency Medicine here in

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#RCEMasc 2019 Day 3

The RCEM annual scientific conference was over too quickly. We had a great time. Here’s the summary from the final day.

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#RCEMasc 2019 Day 2

After a great first day (which you can read about on the day one blog here), we reconvened in Sage, Gateshead for day 2 of the RCEM Annual Scientific Conference. At the AGM the night

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#RCEMasc 2019 Day 1: St Emlyn’s goes north!

We’re at the RCEM scientific conference 2019, and here are the key lessons we learnt on day 1!

Prolonged Field Care…in the ED. St Emlyn’s

The practice of military emergency medicine and civilian emergency medicine frequently overlap, often in a symbiotic relationship​1,2​. The hard-won lessons from the operational environment are often incorporated into civilian practice time and time again (triage,

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SMACC Day 3 Afternoon Sessions: St Emlyn’s

It’s the final SMACCdown here at Sydney, and we couldn’t be more sad. We’ve seen so many old friends, made so many new ones and had a chance to reconnect with colleagues and enhance our

Smacc Day 3: Morning sessions. St Emlyn’s

After a rather spectacular SMACC party involving the usual mix of dancing, music and Karaoke we are back at the ICC for day 3. Practitioners advocating for humanity. You’ve probably heard of Esther Choo through

Lessons from a South African ED. Kat Evans at #stemlynsLIVE

Last year we were honoured to bring Kat Evans to Manchester to talk at the #stemlynsLIVE conference. We’ve covered emergency medicine in South Africa before on the blog1–9, but there is no substitute to hearing

Podcast: November 2018 round up St Emlyn’s

November was a busy month for the St Emlyn’s team with a variety of blogs on conferences, EBM, philosophy and education. Here’s the podcast and the links to the blogs mentioned in November. Click on

JC: Conservative management of chest trauma. St Emlyn’s

We have previously blogged on the topic of chest tube/drain management1. In one of our most widely read posts we argued that many pneumothoraces can be managed without a chest drain. When trained as a

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