PHARM Podcast 218 The Women Doctors who fought to serve

Vera Scantlebury (later Scantlebury-Brown) and Rachel Champion (later Shaw) were two of the first women graduates of the University of Melbourne Medical School. They are pictured here serving at London’s Endell Street Military Hospital, in WW1. Picture: Imperial War Museum . This image and contents of podcast are reproduced here under this Creative Commons licence


The death of the Golden Hour

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Tactical Update from Careflight

OK it’s a few weeks back, but here’s Greg Brown with the lowdown on a conference about tactical matters. Conferences: a formal meeting of people with a shared interest, typically one that takes place over several days; the means by which professionals from around the globe congregate with a view to learning from each other. […]… Continue Reading