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Fluids and Kids: What Now?

Kath Maitland, the author of the FEAST study, talks about where we go now with fluids in kids, following FEAST

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Bouncing Back After Tragedy: Perspective is key

Personal tragedy will touch all of us. Rob’s talk is an incredibly personal story but offers much practical advice for dealing with the inevitable.

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EMRAP Aussie Edition – Free Episode – Vera Sistenich Part 1


Phone a Friend: the proficient paramedic

Paramedics do not play a large role in ED care in most centres. I think the relationships that we have with all levels of ED staff are improving and

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Communicating terrible news: Can we do it better? Liz Crowe at St.Emlyn’s

St.Emlyn’s – Meducation in Virchester #FOAMed   It’s every health professional’s most dreaded task to have to communicate difficult news to desperate patients, friends and relatives; particularly when someone has died. Think about this clinical case and ask yourself what you would do. A 46 year old man is involved in a motor vehicle accident…

PHARM Podcast 124 : Emergency Surgical Airways and #HEMS4NI update with Dr Jason van der Velde

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Dr Jason van der Velde

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ICU: a branch of hell?

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.Today we make an exception in our holiday break to share great news with you. Intensive Care Medicine has just published on line another article signed by IC-HU Project members: Dra. Ángela Alonso of the ICU of Hospital Universitario de Fuenlabrada and myself.ICU: a branch of hell? (click here to access…

SMACC interview: Fong

Alice and Sophie interview Kevin Fong, one of life big under-achievers but surprisingly a stand-out speaker at SMACC Chicago.

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PAIC #FOAMed Workshop Introduction.

Hi everyone. Unfortunately I am unable to make it to the Paramedics Australasia conference in Adelaide this year.  I was looking forward to taking part in the FOAMed workshops, however other events require my attendance, so I won’t be there. But fear not!  You don’t have to miss out on me making noises with my […]

PHARM Podcast 123 : Emergency Airyways with Dr Andy Brainard

Dr Andrew Brainard

Dr Andrew Brainard

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Feeding in ICU: A Trickle or a Torrent?

Feeding in the Intensive Care – A trickle or a torrent, is a great summary of several key critical care nutrition trials and how we can apply the evidence from these to the ICU patient.

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PODCAST: Really Rural Surgery with Dr. Bret Batchelor

PODCAST: Really Rural Surgery with Dr. Bret Batchelor.

Physicians also suffer

Physicians also suffer.

The 4 C’s of success by Dr George Kovacs

PHARM Podcast 116 : Droperidol, Ketamine, Surviving Sedation & ECMO with Dr Michael Downes

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