Tag: Medical education

August 2021 podcast round up. St Emlyn’s

Our regular round up of the best of the blog from August 2021 with Iain and Simon.

Top 10 Trauma Papers for Trauma UK conference. 2020-2021. St Emyln’s

It’s that time of year again when the Trauma Care UK conference comes around and I get to talk about 10 interesting trauma papers from the last 12 months or so. This is a regular

EMTA Survey 2020: The good, the bad and the ugly

Co-authored with Dan Darbyshire (@dsdarbyshire) Training and practicing in emergency medicine has been hard the last 18 months. The 2020 EMTA survey tells us where things are not working and where things could be better

June and July 2021 Podcast round up. St Emlyn’s

Our regular round up of the best of the blog from June and July 2021. Some Aural sunshine for you in these Summer months (in the Northern Hemisphere at least). Links to the blog posts

So you’d like to be a clinical education fellow?

How to apply for a Clinical Education Fellow post To help with the educational challenges created by COVID, we in the Undergraduate Department at Virchester recently advertised for a Junior Clinical Education Fellow on a

The new Medical Licensing Assessment (MLA) for UK medical students and a bespoke St Emlyn’s Undergraduate Curriculum

The new Medical Licensing Assessment (MLA) for UK medical students and a bespoke St Emlyn’s Undergraduate Curriculum

Introduction It may come as a surprise to many of our colleagues outside the UK (and our patients) that the UK has never had a nationwide examination for final year medical students before they qualify

Introducing the St Emlyn’s Lesson Plans

We are delighted to introduce you to the “St Emlyn’s Lesson Plans“, which we hope will help structure some of your education sessions over coming months. We currently have many of sessions that you might

We can improve your learning with no effort at all here at St Emlyn’s

“Roll-up roll-up! Ladies and gentlemen, I am going to tell you about this miracle we are offering here at St. Emlyns that can improve your learning, make you live longer, reduce your risk of developing

Breaking down tribalism

Breaking down tribalism. #onetribeEMTA St Emlyn’s

This is the basic script that supported my presentation, “Breaking Down Tribalism”.  I recently presented this at EMTA2018, the Emergency Medicine Trainees Association conference in Cardiff. It is a privilege to be allowed to be

South Africa as a Medical Student Elective: Claire Bromley

As a medical student undertaking a year-long placement in St Emlyn’s ED, I was kindly invited to write this post about my recent elective in Cape Town. I’m someone who’s a bit (very) keen on