Cicely Delphine Williams (1893–1992) was a highly influential Jamaican born, English paediatrician, nutritionist and child health advocate. Kwashiorkor (1933)
Dr Laura Rock describes how a simple emotion response tool, GIVE, can be used to help us connect, understand, and support one another. This is even more important during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson (1836 – 1917) was an English physician. The first openly female recipient of a UK medical qualification (1865)
Elizabeth Blackwell (1821 – 1910) was a British physician. In 1849, Blackwell became the first woman to graduate from medical school in the United States. National Women Physicians Day is held on her birthday February 3rd
Thomas Hodgkin (1798 – 1866) was an English physician and pathologist. Eponym: Hodgkin disease (1832); Key-Hodgkin murmur (1827)
June 2020 Adult Abdominal imaging cases and interpretation with Isolina R. Rossi, MD, Brian P. Shreve, MD and Kyle Cunningham, MD
Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five 317 - Just when you thought your brain could unwind the medical trivia FFFF
Dr Laura Duggan discusses recent research quantifying airborne particle exposure when using aerosol containment devices for intubation.
Gertrud Hurler (1889 - 1965) was an Austrian-German pediatrician. Hurler Syndrome (1919) - Mucopolysaccharidosis I (MPS I)
Why science by press release is bad, despite optimism about the findings of the Recovery trial and the role of dexamethasone in the management of COVID-19.
Flavia Machado - Improving communication, saying “I don’t know” and working with limited resources
Anne Pappenheimer Forbes (1911 - 1992) was an American endocrinologist and physician. Forbes-Albright Syndrome 1954