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The St Emlyn’s podcast is published here. You can download the podcast on iTunes here. The St Emlyn’s podcast covers clinical, evidence based, wellbeing and philosophical topics linked to emergency medicine and critical care practice.

RCEMday3

#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.

PTSD and me part 5: why did I break?

Working in healthcare and, or as first responders we are at risk of being exposed to abnormal events.  Events for which we have no frame of reference and which precipitate acute stress responses and present

JC: How events in emergency medicine impact doctors psychological well-being. St Emlyn’s

Ed – This blog by Laura Howard is based on her excellent work on the impact of events on emergency care clinicians. We hope that you read this alongside the other blogs and podcasts​1​ the

Beyond ATLS with Alan Grayson at #stemlynsLIVE. St Emlyn’s

Another of our videos and podcasts from the #stemlynsLIVE conference. This month it’s Alan Grayson on the role of ATLS in trauma management. If you listen to the twittersphere then ATLS seems to have a

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

CAN 8: p-values

We’ve not done a critical appraisal nugget for a while now. No excuses, we’ve just been busy with other stuff, but we need to rectify that now. This week I sat down with Rick Body

2018 thoughts and reflections

As 2018 comes to an end we asked the St Emlyn’s team to reflect on the highs and lows of a fascinating year. The brief was pretty vague as we wanted the team to think

Learning in the Social Age. St Emlyn’s at #EMERGE10

Learning in the social age. Implications for emergency medicine training, #FOAMed

And not Or: how to incorporate #FOAMed into traditional teaching strategies.

This blog is based on a talk I’m giving this week at the International Conference of Emergency Medicine in Cape Town. I’m really delighted to be given the opportunity to speak on the last day

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