UCEM firmly believes that in the future the management of emergency patients should be outsourced and entirely orchestrated from offshore.
Orf is a zoonotic infection occurring in humans which is characterised by erythematous weeping nodules found most commonly on the hands and feet
I traveled across Australia last week by air from Perth in Western Australia to Cairns in the far north of Queensland. The 3500km trip involved a brief stop in Uluru (Ayers Rock). As I looked out of the window throughout the journey I saw the changing landscape and was amazed by the beauty and the […]
With over a million copies sold (250 000 in it’s first 10 years and twenty thousand a year between 1870-1900), it has certainly been a best seller. Probably not so much in the last 100 years….. I have done a quick search and found 4 copies on a national library database. One copy each at […]
ACEM trainees and fellows will be aware that the ACEM Fellowship exam (FEx) is changing in 2015 – but how will this affect trainees and trainers…
iSimulate is an organisation that utilises a team of the nations leading medical specialists. iSimulate is connecting with the world through its interactive, adaptable and universal products available to its members.
A recent study in the European Heart Journal gives us a new reason to enjoy some of life’s little pleasures. German researchers followed almost 20,000 participants (as part of a larger cancer epidemiology study) over 10 years and had them document their chocolate intake.
The latest version of the New 2010 Antibiotic guidelines is an essential guide for the appropriate management of patients with infectious diseases in both general practice and hospital settings.
One of great joys of being an emergency doctor, (and also one of it’s sobering features) is that, on certain occasions, there will be unfortunate members of the public who present to hospital having done something ridiculously stupid. Many of these foolish acts are chronicled in the Darwin Awards.