The story of Alastair Coutts and Bob Eason as they try to save a dying patient in a small wooden hut in the Solomon islands with only basic equipment and a little help from Jesus.
Klotz’ recount of Brindley’s 1983 lecture on erectile dysfunction is truly unforgettable.
The ‘Little Willy‘ is a genre of short poems with an obscure origin but almost certainly inspired by, or inspired, the ‘Ruthless Rhymes‘ of ‘Harry’ Graham.
Part One is a fantastic new FOAM resource created by Jake Barlow for critical care trainees preparing for basic science examinations, specifically the CICM and ANZCA first part examinations held in Australasia.
Sir William Osler teaches us to treat the patient, not the disease. Even if the patient is difficult.
The art of observation is central to the art of medicine, and William Osler was its greatest teacher. Here are some more lessons from the master.
William Osler teaches us that a sense of humor and fun helps doctors fight off stress, connect with others, and stops them from taking themselves too seriously.
The Master Word for success in medicine, according to William Osler, is Work. But in the Generation Y era of lifestyle above all else, isn’t work a dirty word?