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
This Will Revolutionise Education… yeah, right? As technology advances, education remains relatively static. This brief Veratisium video will get you thinking why.
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?
I really like the tropical tales (“parasites and people”) of the late Dr Robert S. Desowitz, who was Professor of Tropical Medicine at the University of Hawaii and worked with the World Health Organization.
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!