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Tactical Medicine in the Civilian Setting – The Second Bit — The Collective

We’re back with the second post in a series on tactical medicine in the civilian setting, written again by one of our CNCs Mel Brown. We’re going back to back with these ones (you can find part one here) though you might have to wait a little for part three. The tactical environment is dynamic and can […]

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Philadelphia trial of Scoop & Run !

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Scoop & run or stay & play in 2016

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Academic Study Options in Prehospital & Retrieval Medicine

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Thinking Tactically – Part 1 — The Collective

With events such Dallas and its ongoing grief, it is a little timely to introduce a new series on tactical medicine in the civilian setting. We also welcome a new contributor to the site: Melanie Brown. As one of CareFlight’s Clinical Nurse Consultants for Medical Education and with a background as an Emergency Nurse and independent practitioner […]

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Tim rants about Paramedic RSI – Its worth a read

A nice little paper caught my eye in this months Emergency Medicine Australasia. Entitled “Review of therapeutic agents employed by an Australian aeromedical prehospital and retrieval service” this is a really simple paper; basically an audit of the medications carried and used over a 12 month period by the Sydney HEMS service. Everyone likes playing with…

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Video laryngoscopy in pre-hospital critical care – a quality improvement study

Video laryngoscopy in pre-hospital critical care – a quality improvement study

More Scandinavian #FOAMEd on how little difference VL makes to experienced prehospital anaesthetists using DL!

#Retrieval2016

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Terror in Paris by Professor Carli #EMS2016

Courtesy of Sandra Viggers @StarSkaterDK

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A Bundle for TBI

Not that long ago Dr Alan Garner described the process for developing Carebundles as part of trying to deliver the best care and measure it at the same time. Here’s the first of the follow-up posts: on TBI. The isolated severe traumatic brain injury bundle As a follow up to our blog about Carebundles and their general […]

http://careflightcollective.com/2016/05/17/a-bundle-for-tbi/

Auckland HEMS ACEM Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine Special Skills Post — Auckland HEMS

Are you interested in working with Auckland HEMS? Click HERE for details…

via Auckland HEMS ACEM Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine Special Skills Post — Auckland HEMS

PHARM Podcast 139 New draft guideline AAGBI Guidelines: Safer pre-hospital anaesthesia 2016

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PHARM Podcast 138 Another Viking on the PHARM with Dr Soren Rudolph

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#ICEM 2016 Dr Jason Smith- Advances in military rescuscitation – experience from a decade of conflict

“Hot Potato” – Retrieval of adult patient with airway complications in rural ED

Dr. Karel Habig of Sydney HEMS, leads a global panel in the discussion of the retrieval of patient with a difficult airway in a rural ED. The post “Hot Potato” – Retrieval of adult patient with airway complications in rural ED appeared first on Intensive Care Network.

http://intensivecarenetwork.com/hot-potato-retrieval-adult-patient-airway-complications-rural-ed/

Emergency Medicine Literature of Note

In memory of Dr John Hinds

C-Foam

Medical education in the tropics

Rural General Practice

Thoughts and experiences on the journey to enlightenment

phemcast

A UK PREHOSPITAL PODCAST

EM in Focus

time to get focused on your patients.

EDExam

The ACEM Fellowship Exam Resource

Dr. Smith's ECG Blog

In memory of Dr John Hinds

airwayNautics

"Live as if you will die tomorrow; Learn as if you will live forever"

Songs or Stories

Sharing the Science and Art of Paediatric Anaesthesia

IC-HU PROJECT: HUMANIZING INTENSIVE CARE

In memory of Dr John Hinds

Liz Crowe

Wellbeing Counsellor and Educator

#badEM

In memory of Dr John Hinds

EM Basic

Your Boot Camp Guide to Emergency Medicine

Medical Admission Note

In memory of Dr John Hinds

gasdoc2857

Ramblings from a gasdoc with interests in #anaesthesia, #intensivecare, #echo, #PHEM and #FOAM

pulmcrit – EMCrit

In memory of Dr John Hinds

Miss Chardy

Laughter in the Outback

The Collective

A Hive Mind for Prehospital and Retrieval Med

Bits & Bumps

Obstetrics and Gynaecology Podcast

FOAMcast

A Free Open Access Medical Education Emergency Medicine Core Content Mash Up

Adventure Medic

Just another WordPress.com site

DrGDH

Or "How I'm Learning to Stop Worrying and Love Emergency Medicine"

rain0021

A great WordPress.com site

Genevieve's anthology

Writings to amuse, teach, inspire and entertain.

JR Paramedic

In memory of Dr John Hinds

Monash Anaesthesia

In memory of Dr John Hinds

Keeweedoc

A topnotch WordPress.com site

BoringEM

Bringing the boring to emergency medicine

resusNautics

Navigating resuscitation

Doctor's bag

by Dr Edwin Kruys

EM nerd

In memory of Dr John Hinds

The Chart Review

In memory of Dr John Hinds

ETM Course

Emergency Trauma Management Course

The Doctor's Dilemma

Modern Medical Musings from Dr Marlene Pearce

Sim and Choppers

A blog combining medical education, simulation and helicopter retrieval medicine

GreenGP

Reflections of a Rural GP

Auckland HEMS

Unofficial site for prehospital care providers of the Auckland HEMS service

Rural Doctors Net

useful resources for rural clinicians

expensive care

end of life, ethics and communication in critical care

Nomadic GP

Adventures of a Rural Locum

AmboFOAM

Free Open Access Medical Education for Paramedics

Not just a GP

Why GP is the greatest job in the world

the short coat

In memory of Dr John Hinds

BoringEM

Bringing the Boring to EM

When your shift turns to shit? Keep moving, keep caring!

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