It’s Friday. Boggle your brain with FFFF challenge and some old fashioned trivia. Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five 295
LITFL Blog Archive
Franz Wiesbauer looks at the impact of specificity and sensitivity on positive predictive value (and thus validity of a test) and why one has a bigger impact than the other.
On our 10th year blogiversary. 5 mistakes made and 5 lessons to learn from creating FOAM and entering the blogosphere
It’s Friday the 13th LITFLers… so of course this week’s FFFF will test your knowledge on all types of fearfulness related to this inauspicious date.
Franz Weisbauer explains how to calculate mortality rates for various subgroups, proportionate mortality, and why proportionate mortality is not a measure of risk.
It’s Friday. Boggle your brain with FFFF challenge and some old fashioned trivia. Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five 293
“The best advice I can give you is to just swallow. Don’t spit it out, don’t complain. Just swallow” Advice from Anonymous PGY3 Junior Doctor I always thought career suicide would consist of something more dramatic. Stealing drugs from the hospital, posting something unethical on social media, or even just simply not doing your job. […]
The Crystal Cave – Naica, Mexico. Along with TV journalist Michael Usher and crew (cameraman Andy Taylor and soundman Chick Davies), I was invited along to provide medical support.