There and Back Again: An Emergency Medicine Elective in New Zealand — Adventure Medic

Dr Emily Watts / Foundation Doctor / Chesterfield Emily is an FY1 doctor in Chesterfield, after graduating from Nottingham Medical School in 2017. She spent her final weeks of medical school on elective in Rotorua, working in their Emergency Department (ED) and taking advantage of New Zealand’s rich culture and great outdoors. Aotearoa Aotearoa, the… via… Continue Reading

Emergency medicine : you’re doing it wrong!

Emergency Medicine: You’re Doing It Wrong Julian (@EMedic6) Brings you down to reality…. REMEMBER We are in AFRICA Entering the era of #MacDonaldsMedicine are we still doing things the right way or have we not not been able to keep up with the needs of our patients. Can we expect the lay-person to understand what… via… Continue Reading

Emergency medicine in Malawi

Post by Mulinda Nyirenda and Jo Park-Ross This podcast is an interview with Dr Mulinda Nyirenda and details the current state of Emergency Medicine and pre-hospital services in Malawi, as well as the way forward and Mulinda’s hopes for the future of Malawian EM. I must admit a more than slight bias on the topic… Continue Reading

UK EM RSI in 2016 -its complicated


Emergency Medicine specialists in Africa

Tweet Series: “Interview with the Author…” The badEM crew interviewed Crystal Bae regarding her newly released article in AfJEM Volume 6 Issue 2 entitled: “Professional needs of young Emergency Medicine specialists in Africa: Results of a South Africa, Ethiopia, Tanzania & Ghana survey” Original Research by Crystal Bae, Heike Geduld, Lee A. Wallis, De Villiers… Continue Reading

This is why you train

Awesome team work for a life saving intervention, well done @MullyBean and crew. — Clare Richmond (@drbear13) March 5, 2016 //