Artists and anatomy through history. Was Leonardo Da Vinci the first Anatomist?
It’s four in the morning. It’s been a long night… I know, believe me. But before you discharge the 60 year-old man who came in gasping for air a few hours earlier, take the time to consider a few things.
Research and Reviews (R&R) in the FastLane: experts worldwide tell us what they think is worth reading from emergency medicine and critical care literature
A few experiences in the last week or two have reminded me of the importance of Peter Safar’s Laws for the Navigation of Life:
It is sometimes forgotten that one of the most important goals of medicine is to help people achieve a good death. It is here that medicine and philosophy intersect.
Learning by spaced repetition is a useful strategy for long-term knowledge acquisition in medicine. But what is spaced repetition and how can you put it into practice?
Dr Duncan’s legacy in a remote New Guinea valley
Sitting mentally preparing for a job interview? Dr Clare Skinner shares 15 solid gold tips for how to ace the consultant interview!