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Posts from the ‘Prehospital medicine’ Category
Happy New Year, and welcome back to the sporadic blog known as AmboFOAM. I thought I would start the year on a positive note, and what better way than by looking at one of the new initiatives happening here in Melbourne: an Australian first Stroke Ambulance!
Continuing a theme started with a practical post on direct and indirect pressure for haemorrhage control, Greg Brown (Education Manager amongst other things) discusses the things he’s learned about how to figure out what you need in a kit. I remember the first time as a young Nursing Officer in the Australian Army I went on exercise […]
Dr Anne Brants / Emergency Physician, Netherlands Dr Isla Madeleine Wormald / ACCS Trainee, UK This article is a brilliant reminder of why expeditions are such a challenging and interesting setting in which to practice medicine. Anna and Isla have done a great job of summarising the lessons to be learned, many of which will ring true to first-time and…
Series: “Interview with the Author…” The badEM crew interviewed Michael McCaul regarding his newly released article in AfJEM Volume 6 Issue 3 entitled: “South African Pre-hospital practice guidelines: Report on progress & way forward” by Michael McCaul, Ben de Waal, Peter Hodkinson & Karen Grimmer Link to open access article: Click here Corresponding author email: firstname.lastname@example.org Author’s twitter handle: @MikeMcCaul3…
Auckland HEMS, ARHT, and ADHB are delighted to welcome Dr Stephen Hearns from Scotland’s Emergency Medical Retrieval Service (EMRS) to Auckland. Dr Hearns will be presenting a lecture entitled ‘Building an Integrated Pre-Hospital Retrieval and Medical Service: The Scottish Experience‘ at 5pm Monday 28 November. All welcome!
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