Where to pinpoint your needle tip, how to ping a U-boat, and why ultrasound nearly sank Celine Dion. It’s pulsating stuff.
Who has won the seven year bet on video laryngoscopy versus the old Mac? Let’s find out – with a little help from The Terminator.
Why Z is different from Zzzz, what you can see in a speculum, and how to tell if your tofu has been spiked.
The first vid in a series on ultrasound physics: featuring a Beluga whale, a game of blind man’s buff, and Fourier analysis of a dog turd.
Your first referral to an inpatient team can be daunting. As a waiting room MUPPET it is often your first opportunity to put into practice lessons learned from years of medical pimping. The UCEM hopes to demonstrate through a series of video tutorials, the alternate sloughing methods employed by internal specialists. Awareness of sloughing tactics will greatly assist in refining your referral skills.
Why direct laryngoscopy is scheduled for termination.
It has been a while, but Dr Dork (our first Waiting Room intern) has finally made a second referral in Utopia.
The STEM Programme – Simulation Training in Emergency Medicine – has come to an end after 4 years on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Here is the story of child actors, fake blood, clingfilm, fire engines, Laerdal skin and imagination gone wild. The very best of simulation, task training, e-learning, videography – and cultural change. Enjoy the […]
Just when you thought your brain could unwind on a Friday, you realise that it would rather be challenged with some good old fashioned medical trivia FFFF, introducing the Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five 100 – Getting Old Question 1 What is the world’s oldest surviving medical text? Question 2 What is the world’s oldest surgical […]
Flying corpses, drug-fuelled orgies and things that go squish in the night: there is a distinctive buzz about this week’s Funtabulously Frivolous Flyday.