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COVID-19: Journal Club #2 – The Webinar

Welcome to our second webinar on recent research about COVID-19, hosted by the University of Manchester, Manchester Royal Infirmary and Royal College of Emergency Medicine in collaboration with St Emlyn’s. The live event took place

Covid-19 Journal Club: The Director’s Cut #1. St Emlyn’s

Simon recently published on the challenges of practicing evidence based medicine during a pandemic. We are trying to work out what to do for our patients at the same time that research is emerging at

Covid19: Why we need Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) more than ever during a pandemic. St Emlyn’s

Evidence based medicine (EBM) is one of the four pillars of St Emlyn’s. We are usually pretty sceptical about adopting treatments without high quality evidence publishfred in a decent journal and with critical appraisal. Covid19

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London Pre-Hospital Care Conference #LTC2019

It’s conference week, and although we started it in Birmingham with the Intensive Care Society State of the Art, we’re now in London at the Royal Geographical Society for the London Trauma Conference. This blog

JC: OOHCA and Airway management. Do we need a tube? St Emlyn’s

  If out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and outcome data is the topic, long is the list of research and passionate is the debate on every possible measurable outcome from pit crew CPR to methodology of compression

St Emlyn’s July round up podcast

. A quick round up of the best from the blog in July 29. Infinite Game theory and Emergency Medicine with  Craig Ferguson http://www.stemlynsblog.org/only-a-game-infinite-game-theory-in-emergency-medicine/ Epinephrine in Cardiac Arrest: Journal Club post (and a really important

JC : Paracetamol, NSAID’s or both in MSK trauma. St.Emlyn’s

 Pain… patients complain about it… A LOT. It’s the commonest reason for attending emergency departments across the globe so we should be (and need to be) pretty good at treating it. With that in mind I

Emergency Medicine at 50: reflections on our progress

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) is celebrating a landmark in is history: the 50th birthday of UK Emergency Medicine. To mark this event, RCEM has been doing a number of things. There was

Research Workshop at EMSSA. St.Emlyn’s on tour.

  Research workshop at EMSSA  It strikes me that pre-conference workshops increasingly demonstrate the best place to learn new things. The groups are smaller, there is more discussion and it’s more personal. At the EMSSA

Fake news, lies, fraud, errors and statistics. St.Emlyn’s

One of the most inspiring talks at SMACC Dub was delivered by John Carlisle on the subject of fraud in medical publishing. It was inspiring for many reasons, the topic is of real interest to


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