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Free Open Access RESUSCITATION – the GoodSamApp with Mark Wilson

    Mark Wilson. One of the things I love about medicine is the cross-fertilisation of ideas and techniques from one discipline to another. I worry that as more subspecialisation occurs, cross-fertilisation will be lost.

JC: Is there any point teaching paramedics? St.Emlyn’s

OK, so it’s a provocative title, but it reflects my thoughts when I first saw this paper on teaching paramedics and in particular when I saw the conclusion. ‘….the evidence indicates that there is no

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JC: PROMMT Pre-hospital fluids for trauma – do they improve survival?

If you’ve read St.Emlyn’s before you will know that we adore any papers that challenge dogma and so it is that this week I came across this paper in the Journal of Trauma and Acute

Ambulance Service New South Wales’ Great Sydney Area HEMS – St.Emlyn’s on tour 2013

Following SMACC 2013 in Sydney I was fortunate enough to spend a day with the team at Ambulance Service New South Wales’ Great Sydney Area HEMS based at Bankstown airport. If you have not discovered

JC: HEMS doesn’t work – at least not for the Dutch

Dutch HEMS from wikipedia We all love helicopters, don’t we 🙂 We love the idea of swooping from the sky to save a patient at the moment of near death before whisking them off to