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For those of you who weren’t able to attend and for those of you who want to listen again to some of the great talks, this month we’ll be bringing you some of the superb plenary sessions on the podcast
For those of you who weren’t able to attend and for those of you who want to listen again to some of the great talks, this month we’ll be bringing you some of the superb plenary sessions on the podcast
For those of you who weren’t able to attend and for those of you who want to listen again to some of the great talks, this month we’ll be bringing you some of the superb plenary sessions on the podcast
September 2015 brought us the superb RCEM Annual Scientific Conference in Manchester. Rick Body and the Organising Committee did a superb job of providing us with 3 days of education, entertainment and networking
For those of you who weren’t able to attend and for those of you who want to listen again to some of the great talks, this month we’ll be bringing you some of the superb plenary sessions on the podcast
For those of you who weren’t able to attend and for those of you who want to listen again to some of the great talks, this month we’ll be bringing you some of the superb plenary sessions on the podcast
What does the presence of dipstick haematuria mean to you in the context of blunt abdominal trauma? This podcast investigates a recent paper on the topic and discusses its utility
When you assess your patient you need to take a good focussed history, make a thorough examination focussing on evidence of respiratory failure/distress
This podcast is a follow up from the previous ophthalmology podcasts. This time covering the clinical cases that you will see, helping to prepare you for an area that sometimes can be uncomfortable to manage
It is most useful in the non-shockable side of the algorithm and can be an aid when considering the 4 Hs and the 4 Ts of the ALS Algorithm
RCEM '15 in Manchester has been a sell out! For those of you that weren't lucky enough to be here, here's what's been going on on Day 3!
RCEM '15 in Manchester has been a sell out! So for those of you that weren't lucky enough to be here, here's what's been going on on Day 2!
So RCEM '15 in Manchester has been a sell out! So for those of you that weren't lucky enough to be here, here's what's been going on on Day 1!
Urine testing potentially isn’t the most glamorous of topics but it’s an area which there’s a HUGE scope for us improving on
Traumatic Cardiac arrest is a stressful and time critical presentation to the ED. You need to have a solid structure in your mind for how to deal with it in a safe and effective manner
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
As Emergency Medicine continues to grow as a specialty, newer fields are coming in to our practice on a more regular basis
The ED plays a crucial role in raising the alarm for non-accidental injuries. Frequently, we may be the first port-of call for a child who has gone through the unthinkable, and it is our role to think about the possibility in this vulnerable group
This is the first in a new series of podcasts from the RCEM Research & Publications Committee. As the title suggests this series is designed to bring you the latest cutting edge research from our specialty
So here is a guide to the new NICE pneumonia guidelines that were published in December 2014, I hope you find it useful
There’s no doubt that a case of sepsis will pass through your ED in the next hour or so. It’s a disease that carries a high mortality rate and requires prompt and effective care
Squadron Leader Rob James spoke at the Telford Trauma Care Conference about blood loss in Trauma, it’s management and some novel devices that could be used when blood products are not immediately available
SMACC will be releasing podcasts of the sessions over the next few months but just to give you a taster of what's to come
This podcast covers the Best Practice Guideline on Information Sharing to Prevent Community Violence, which can be found along with all the other guidelines on the main RCEM site.