Network Five Emergency Medicine Conversations Episode 24 - an interview with Dr Amith Shetty on medical administration, leadership, and more!
Have a DOI, PMID or URL for a paper you need to read? University library not a subscriber? Then Sci-Hub Open Access may come in handy...
RCTs deliver the most reliable evidence to guide how we treat our patients but they are badly designed, inaccurately reported and misunderstood. We can do better.
Coda EDUCATE: Has the COVID19 Pandemic been the death of Evidence Based Medicine or the birth of Evidence Based Agility? with Simon Carley
Coda EDUCATE: Deep Learning - Pushing the boundaries of health AI. How do we make it fair and the data safe? Martin Seneviratne
Flavia Machado discusses Pandemic Sepsis and Inequality. Coda Cure: Conversation 4
Simon Finfer answers the question "Are the Covid19 and Sepsis Syndromes one and the same?" Coda Cure: Conversation 3
The Resistance - Antimicrobial Resistance through a Covid19 lens with Elizabeth Hermsen. Coda Cure: Conversation 2
Pandemic Sepsis Research through a Covid-19 lens - Are we failing? with Derek C. Angus. Coda Cure: Conversation 1
Why science by press release is bad, despite optimism about the findings of the Recovery trial and the role of dexamethasone in the management of COVID-19.
A fascinating talk by Jack Iwashyna (@iwashyna) on the 'heterogeneity of treatment' effect, what this means for the conduct of randomised control trials and how we should interpret them.
Ken Milne the author of sceptics guide to emergency medicine SGEM reviews the hottest critical care literature for 2018 2019