More hilarious brilliance from ‘That Mitchell and Webb Look‘ – following on from their ‘homepathic A&E‘ masterpiece. This skit reminds me of a half-remembered anecdote from Frank Vertosick Jr.’s classic book about neurosurgical training, ‘When The Air Hits The Brain‘. After yet another brutal shift the Orthopedics Chief says to Frank (a neurosurgical resident at […]
The UCEM presents it’s Curriculum Rehash Proposal just in time to save the world from inadequately trained and poorly rounded emergency physicians
Egerton Y. Davis IV, Head of UCEM’s Demographically Impartial Public & Social Health Improvement Taskforce, made an important announcement today. Davis said that his team have been allocated the task of saving Britain’s National Health Service.
Check out @ProfessorFunk‘s kinetic typography take on the utter weirdness of placebos, based on information from @BenGoldacre‘s superlative book, Bad Science. One way NOT to administer the ‘placebo’ effect…
A new UCEM guideline is out: “Putting Patients at Ease”. Apparently the best way to learn how to do something is to first learn how NOT to do it.
UCEM is pleased to announce the introduction of a new test – the Electropenogram.
UCEM have enlisted the help of Dr. Scott Weingart (without his knowledge of course) to improve the care of patients presenting for assessment by Waiting Room Medicine subspecialists. UCEM’s Chair of Pedantry and resident super-genius, Professor Stickler is almost impressed by Dr. Weingart’s view that hospital geography should not determine the level of care a […]
The UCEM have relocated from Swarmington-on-the-Wold to the more picturesque setting of Enlightenment Boulevard thanks to the generosity of it’s fondling members and the subtly underhand and ever so slightly fraudulent work of our very own Chair of Indiscriminate Fines.