MSF goes where no one else will go, but doing this kind of good is not getting any easier. John Swinnen on The Future of Battlefield Surgery.
Rare Life-Threatening Emergencies; Publication Deficits & Potential Solutions with Laura Duggan
VR in paediatrics procedures. Those of us looking after kids know that making confronting situations better for those kids is one our biggest challenges.
Being able to open any mobile phone camera enables triage of scene (mechanism of injury) and patient (physiology). This enables better resource allocation and can start treatment sooner.
Gary Berkowitz provides a brief outline of the capabilities of HARU and some key principles that make it successful. Could this be a model for other ambulance services to follow in the future?
Mark Forrest, Halden Hutchinson-Bazely & Jason van der Velde talk to us about 21st century simulation. They discuss how tools such as augmented reality are advancing medicine and assisting clinicians.
High quality Virtual Reality (VR) gaming is not a thing of the (dystopian) future; the technology is here and showing promising therapeutic benefits for patients.
SonoSLAM: Tomorrow Today: Advances in US Tech! Advances in technology are making ultrasound more accessible and effective than ever.
Rick Body discusses the exciting possibilities for tomorrow’s medicine and how we could revolutionise diagnostics with AI.
We all have something to learn from the startups changing how our food is produced, with Sara Nolet
On the psychology of creativity and how to improve your creative thinking, by reframing problems, thinking more laterally, and accessing creative brain states.
3D printing for dummies. A how-to guide for 3D printing in simulation with Dr Jasamine Coles-Black, Vascular Research Fellow at Austin Health