The philosophy of EM

When is a Door Not a Door? Bias, Heuristics & Metacognition

This is an amended version of a talk on metacognition I gave at the Royal North Shore Hospital Grand Round. The clinical scenario has changed but the content remains the same. The purpose of this talk was to help our…
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101 Reflective Lessons from a Year with Sydney HEMS. Part Two: Human Factors.

  This post is the second in a series recording my reflections on the past twelve months, which I have spent working for Sydney HEMS in prehospital and retrieval medicine. The first post covers medical education – you can find…
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101 Reflective Lessons from a Year with Sydney HEMS. Part One: Education.

  I had never really had an urge to work in the prehospital environment, I’ll be honest. As someone scared of flying the idea of helicopters did not appeal and on the whole I was quite happy in my temperate,…
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Futureproofing EM: Why your trainees deserve it (and your nation needs it). St.Emlyn’s

  I suspect all Deaneries (locality branches of Health Education England as they are now known) have their traditions and meetings. In the former NW post-graduate deanery we have ours. One of these is Calman day. Until this year it…
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Induction to Emergency Medicine – St Emlyn’s Resources

Over the past few years I am very proud to say that as a team at St Emlyn’s we haven’t just focused on the “sexy” parts of emergency medicine, but our blogs and podcasts have also included lots of “core…
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