2017 on the Collective

Well everyone else is doing the “look back, look forward” thing, so why not us as well? It’s that time of year. You know, the one where we just want a few more days to kick back and relax or enjoy a southern hemisphere summer. What better way to look busy than a review of […]… Continue Reading


Australian biters and stingers with Professor Isbister

NEW podcast! Our newest host Dr Justin Coleman interviews clinical toxicologist Professor Geoff Isbister about Australian biters and stingers, and the latest evidence on how to treat them. https://t.co/mHYHXYrIOt @drjustincoleman @geoff_isbister pic.twitter.com/Tko23BgW2l — AustralianPrescriber (@AustPrescriber) December 21, 2017


LifeFlight Rock

We hope you enjoy singing along to "Life Flight Rock" as much as we enjoyed putting it together. Have a safe and happy holiday, everyone!https://t.co/8wq6qBwTQ5 — Life Flight (@lifeflightnz) December 21, 2017


New arrhythmia guidelines 2017

Being a resuscitation educator commonly requires discussion of the dilemmas of arrhythmia management. This is an area we don’t delve into everyday so achieving true ‘expertise’ is a challenge. Guidelines often come to the rescue in such life-threatening and time dependent situations. The American Heart Association (AHA) has released updated recommendations for the management of […]… Continue Reading


ILCOR 2017 update

We are happy to announce IlCORS' first annual CoSTR updates! Published in this months edition of 'Resuscitation': https://t.co/OaDAzHwIIu — ILCOR (@Ilcor_org) December 7, 2017


2017 NSW Health response to doctor suicides

Glad to see @NSWHealth publishing this plan – I look forward to the proposed changes being adopted, particularly around safe work hrs, unrostered overtime and fair parental leave despite 👍🏼 https://t.co/tGmvJJy9xN #MH4Docs #JMOWellbeingPlan #juniordoctors — Dr Kate (@drkateblog) November 17, 2017 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js


2017 report into ACEM Alleged Exam Prejudice

Release of the College Investigation into ‘Alleged Exam Prejudice’ The Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM) published the findings of the Expert Advisory Group (EAG) report yesterday. While the process has taken some time, the terms of reference and externally commissioned reports suggest an attempt at a robust investigation. A media release summarised the findings… Continue Reading