Evolution is afoot. It‘s entirely possible you will have noticed a bit of an alteration in the world around us…How to be EPIC (in the time of COVID).
Let it never be said that we resist change. We, the consultants in my ED, have been reinvented. We are now EPIC (…the Imperious).
I seem to constantly skirt trouble. Writing and medicine are fractious bedfellows – a marriage not always congenial. Recently I missed the turnoff to wisdom…
Interpreting ECG’s is trickier than you think. One must have a system that will stand up to the pummel of ED situations and environmental influences
Once in a while we don’t have to be EPIC
Are you discombobulated by this blood gas? It will lead you down an unexpected path…
Michelle Johnston tosses away the papyrus and pulls out the parchment in this week’s Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five on the subject of Shakespeare and Medicine.
FFFF 279 is a selection of passages from Ancient Classical Literature, which make reference to Emergency Medicine.
Do we accept our fate, knowing we – you and I – will be dead and decomposing by the time the real horror sets in? Or do we love the land under our feet enough, the sparkle of cool water, the colour of a billion birds and insects, and, of course, our fellow humans
‘Shock… Do We Know It When We See It?’ was a talk by Michelle Johnston at SMACC2013 – you can listen to the audio here and check out the background material and references. Enjoy!