Thinking about the decision base for re-siting a peripheral intravenous cannula. Should it be based on time or clinical indications?
Searching my image library for adjunctive multimedia has brought back some great memories. Indeed wearing my retrospectacles affords wistful reminiscences of the persistent, whining and obtuse questions I asked (without research) of my mentors during training.
The following pictures are screenshots from a successful pharma advertising campaign for Gavison. So successful was the Spanish ad, that it was translated into English.
At LITFL and in the froth of #FOAMed we are constantly faced with a barrage of negative, cynical and disparaging comments on the role of the blog and social media in the provision of medical education and patient engagement
Aidan Baron shares his view of the road ahead for FOAM/ #FOAMed: Information Overload, Content Consolidation, Sourcing Quality and Delivering Diversity.
Medical indemnity insurers are advising their members that communicating with patients via Facebook could mean stepping over the strict boundary defining acceptable doctor-patient relationships as reported in 6minutes today. A GP in the UK recently was sent lilies by a patient in gratitude for treating his whiplash, who had found out her favourite flower via […]
The most pressing issue in the pitch-side management of trauma involves the on field management of significant head and neck injuries.
Dr Brian Lin has created a great #FOAMed video education site for ‘closing the gap’ at LacerationRepair.com