PHARM Podcast 220 Prehospital intranasal ketamine analgesia

UBC professor finds ketamine alleviates acute pain during ambulance rides – UBC Faculty of Medicine https://t.co/wQyU9JcNAZ — Minh Le Cong (@ketaminh) June 20, 2019

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

PHARM Podcast 214 Guns on the PHARM

13,300 signatures already! Please continue sharing our letter to the NRA where we outline why #GunViolence is our lane. We know that we're not done yet. #ThisIsOurLane #Enoughhttps://t.co/Wk0aMvCRLV — AFFIRM Research (@ResearchAffirm) November 10, 2018

PHARM Podcast 213 The path to expertise with Dr Stu Marshall

Let me share a few tales about how juniors learn from SoMe.It's not by reading the evidence but by listening to (and maybe not fully understanding) the loudest voices.Dreyfus' model of expertise states novices need rules- that's what they're looking for and what they absorb pic.twitter.com/3Zf7t6RT4V — Stu Marshall (@hypoxicchicken) October 22, 2018