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Decision Making in Paeds

EM physicians need to be decision makers, quick thinkers and risk balancers. This is what we are good at. In fact, many will tell you that the purpose of the PEM rotation is to learn to spot the sick …

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Tips from Someone Who Knows

RCEMLearning asked Kate Dear what her tips for new docs in the PED are. Kate is an excellent Nurse Consultant/ANP, and if there is someone who knows, it’s her.…

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Induction 2 – Introduction

The emergency department is a unique working environment. It will throw you in the deep end, testing your diagnostic and risk juggling skills, whilst being the most supported environment you’re …

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RCEM Blog Book 2

Temp Taking and how to Take it by Andy Neill, A new Dawn for Stroke Patients by Nikki Abela, and Arrest Asthma by James Yates…

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The Returning Traveller

The Returning Traveller is designed to give junior ED clinicians the tools needed to safely manage these patients who attend more often – and more unwell – than we think…

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Prioritisation skills in the ED

We have a lot of systems in Emergency medicine. Unlike others perhaps, we tend to employ them to draw simplicity, function and purpose out of the complexity our patients confront us with every day…

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