The Cutting Edge

I’ve just had the incredible good fortune to spend a few days between GP15 and PAIC2015 as a speaker and facilitator at RescueExperienceOz events in Victoria and Tasmania. The one day Rescue Experience workshops are provided free of charge around the world by Holmatro – the makers of rescue tools.  I don’t know anything about hydraulics […]

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Breach of Protocol

Coroners reports are interesting.  I think there are many reasons for Doctors to read reports from the Coroner, although am sometimes frustrated that such reports are a legal opinion, operating with total hindsight usually fail to acknowledge the impact of system issues or outside influences (classically the impact of a busy shift, difficult diagnosis etc) is an

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You Are Not Alone

“All Alone on Kangaroo Island” was the title of the talk assigned to me for #smaccUS in Chicago. Speakers don’t get to choose the title of their talk – instead Chris Nickson (@precordialthump) assigns a topic…usually in line with expertise. It was tempting to talk to my favourite subjects – those into which I’ve devoted

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FOAMed – a Primer for Physicians

So this week I am giving a talk to a bunch of physicians at the Internal Medicine Society of Australia & New Zealand. In true FOAMed spirit, I’m making the talk available online prior to the session (as a nod to the concept of a ‘flipped classroom’) and putting up some useful links for those

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