Jellybean 110 Emergency Medicine in Uganda. Dr Annet Alenyo Ngabirano is from Uganda, the pearl of Africa. That is where she started but the adventure is only beginning.
Jellybean 109 with Daniel Schubert (@DucSchub) about love and death in the favela, about despair and hope from an unexpected source. From you. From FOAMed
Jellybean 108. O primeiro podcast português sobre a vida na pista rápida. A podcast about free open access medical education in Brazil.
The stress and trauma associated with what you do is real and it affects how you perform. Jannie Geertsema chats Jellybean style about Abnormal Treatment Behaviour
Vaccine hesitancy and vaccine refusal. New York is in crisis. Who is hesitant, who is refusing, what should you do? We asked Dr Margie Danchin. She knows.
At the moment there is only one public emergency department in Zambia that actually has a trained emergency physician. It only has one.
Emergency Medicine in Chile. Not to be underestimated. Cesar, Loreto Acuña, Manuela Brinkmann and Josefina Larraín came to SMACC in Sydney where I was waiting to meet them. Have a listen to what this group have to say.
@mededgene is a flight paramedic from Vancouver with a soft spot for that soft spot on the front of your neck. You know the one. It has the cricothyroid membrane behind it.
What do you know about emergency medicine in Tanzania? Listen and learn from Dr Pendo George, the first female emergency physician in Tanzania, Vice-President of EMAT and head of Paeds Emergency at Muhimbili National Hospital.
Jellybean 101 & CICMxJB 8; Peta Alexander and changing cultures. From Rocky to The Boston Children’s Hospital.
JellyBean 100...with Miss Claire Kerr, Paediatric Intensive Care Nurse at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne.
Professor Michael Pinsky. Giant of North American and International Intensive Care research and practice. Jellybean 99 and CICMxJB 7