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PHARM Podcast 47 – An interview with an Irish Flying Doctor and RollCageMedic

Dr Matthew Macpartlin (RollCageMedic)

Dr Doug Lynch (Irish Flying Doctor)

Hi folks!

Dr Doug Lynch is another Royal Flying Doctor, working with me. He is Irish and very passionate about his daily job. So I had to record an interview with him. We started to do so and quite opportunistically, another Irish critical care doctor joined us on Skype!

Dr Matthew Macpartlin is RollcageMedic and he has been on the PHARM podcast before , featured on Podcast 22 Rollcagemedic and Motorsports medicine

We talk about :

  1. Remote medicine work of a Flying Doctor in Outback Australia
  2. Bedside Ultrasound in remote medicine, emergency medicine and critical care
  3. FOAMEd
  4. SMACC 2013



SMACC 2013

Royal Flying Doctor Service Careers

Stay safe and enjoy the interview. Its a long one! 75 minutes or so…its hard to stop two Irishmen talking


Now on to the Podcast

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4 Comments Post a comment
  1. It’s my constitutional and cultural right to talk for long periods, but I do use more full stops than Doug :o)

    October 26, 2012
    • Doug Lynch @ TheTopEnd #

      Full stops; over rated! Full stop!

      October 26, 2012

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