4 Innovative Applications of AI in Healthcare (and 2 Important Precautions!) AI is a tool to complement your expertise, but that it shouldn’t be used as a substitute for your own good judgement.
Emergency Procedure: Male Seldinger catheter. Difficult male catheters - We recommend a Seldinger technique
Network Five Emergency Medicine Case Series Episode 27 - an interesting yet challenging case from a night shift.
The coudé catheter has a curved tip and is derived from the French term “coudé” for “elbow.” Described by Louis Auguste Mercier in 1836
Network Five Emergency Medicine Conversations Episode 25 - an interview with Dr Kavita Varshney on medical education, leadership, and more!
If you want to develop as a Clinician Educator and help lead 21st century critical care education, join the 2024 Clinician Educator Incubator!
We review two important aspects of AI, natural language processing and machine learning, that provide key insights into how AI works.
A 45 year old woman with chronic alcoholic liver disease presents to the ED with exertional dyspnoea and is noted to have a SpO2 of 90% at rest despite having a normal chest examination and CXR.
Theresa Jacques introduces a free resource for developing and maintaining a productive mentor – mentee relationship.
Atraumatic neurosurgical intracranial infections. November 2023 neuroimaging case interpretation with Trent VanHorn, Faith Meyers and Steven Perry
AI in healthcare: A review of the AI tools Midjourney and DALL•E•3 to create logos and images; their unique features, differences, and the importance of effective instruction (prompting).
Speaking urgent care flow fluently - to highlight some important new ideas and provide a fresh perspective on old concepts.