Sandy Inglis sends us another gripping warts-and-all ‘postcard from the edge’. This time he writes as the Head of Department in a KwaZulu Natal emergency department.
Postcards from the Edge
Dr Chris Edwards @EMtraveller recounts his time as a remote retrieval registrar based in Alice Springs
Lee Fineberg and Mark Newcombe and the nnovative Developing EM conference. Moving on from the success of the first conference in Sydney, this year’s conference heads to Havana Cuba in the interest of fostering the development of emergency medicine internationally.
December 1st is World AIDS Day — a day to raise awareness for the ongoing AIDS pandemic around the world and to remember the past.
This ‘postcard from the edge’ is by Swedish Emergency Physician Dr Katrin Hruska (@akutdoktorn), who writes a predominantly Swedish language blog called akutdoktorn. Immaculate Nagaddya is a registered nurse, working in Lugada Hospital in Uganda. It is a small hospital with about 10 000 visits per year, where she receives critically ill patients, presenting with […]
Bishan Rajapakse interviews ACEM IEM SIG Chair Gerard O’Reilly about capacity building in International Emergency Medicine (IEM) ahead of the upcoming IEM Symposium at the Alfred in Melbourne.
This ‘postcard from the edge’ comes to us from Dr Sandy Inglis, a peripatetic FACEM (currently) based in France, who recently visited the Northern part of the Emerald Isle.
A View of Emergency Medicine in Botswana by Swedish Emergency Physician Dr Katrin Hruska (@akutdoktorn), who writes a predominantly Swedish language blog called akutdoktorn.
aka Postcards from the Edge 009 This ‘Postcard from the Edge’ highlights a talk given by Dr Chris Curry at ACEM2011 conference in Sydney. Chris discusses the development of emergency medicine training in LDCs (Least Developed Countries), using the examples of Papua-New Guinea and Nepal, and takes a look west to Botswana and Africa. Abstract […]
In this ‘Postcard from the Edge’, LITFL’s Michelle Johnston reflects on her recent exposure to indigenous health in Australia’s remote communities. The ‘Edge’ can be quite close to home.