...on heritage, Closing the Gap, flying, fear, haggis, fear of haggis, and the most beautiful place in Queensland. The secret is out.
Very fast cars, drums, scary moments, airway tricks, 3D printing and err... knitting. But not all at the same time.
What WASH stands for, how to wear flowers in your hair, and why your ED isn't a disaster zone. PLUS: Easy 1-minute comfort food recipe.
Peanuts, ass cracks and Queensland's record for the most junior solo intubation. With Doug Feinbloom, our favourite SWAT paramedic FACEM.
It's the 20th anniversary of the Spring Seminar on Emergency Medicine, and EM's favourite conference is returning to Noosa.
A virtual multi-disciplinary conference on point of care ultrasound in medicine with vanPOCUS a group of Vancouver ultrasound enthusiasts.
Coda EARTH: Courtney Howard discusses why every child born today will be impacted by the climate crisis and affected at every stage of their lives.
Coda EARTH: Dan Goucher explains why re-evaluating your superannuation can impact the climate emergency.
Coda EARTH: Nick Watts discusses why the NHS has committed to a net-zero target in 2040, for the carbon emissions that they control directly and a target of 2045 for the broader emissions they can influence
Coda EARTH: Financial markets have recognised that the climate emergency is also a financial emergency with Tim Buckley
Coda CURE: There is enormous concern within the health community regarding public misinformation and the successful rollout of vaccines; the psychological safety of medical professionals in the post-pandemic world.
Coda CURE: The challenge of balancing public health and the law, with personal responsibility and freedom, is driven by access to information. We need to invest in public awareness, reflect on the learnings from COVID and use that for messaging at scale.