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Surviving Sedation 2015

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It has been a busy month behind the scenes here at Broome Docs – lots of big projects and plans going on…  wait and see what we are have in the offing. One project that I have been working on with a group of great clinicians from all over Australia.  It is called SURVIVING SEDATION […]

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Clinical Case 114: Skull and Crackedbones

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This case is inspired by a recent Twitter discussion with fellow Pads ED enthusiasts – Tessa Davis [ @TessaRDavis ] , Andrew Tagg [ @andrewjtagg ] , Rachael Rowlands [ @rachrwlnds ] and whoever else was reading. As a background – you probably should read my previous ramblings about Paediatric head injury assessments here: Kids […]

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Suicide: Sailing on Uncertain Seas

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Hi All Last week I was lucky enough to be able to present this talk to the SWEETS Emergency Medicine Conference in Stockholm. Thanks to Dr. Katrin Hruska for the invitation. This is a video of my lecture and slides as presented by myself and local Broome Psych resident Dr Nick Gilbert. The first 15 […]

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PODCAST: Shared decision making

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Shared decision making. This is one of the hot concepts in healthcare right now.  It is not new – but it is being embraced in many fields as a part of the trend towards more evidence-based practice and the changing culture of medicine where “doctor knows best” is no longer an acceptable platitude. If you […]

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Clinical Case 113: Feeding Me Softly

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Today’s case comes from Dr Trent Little – chronic Broome JMO and now my right-hand man in the Education Department (  i.e.. we share a desk ;-]  ).  This is a great Kimberely case – all the usual mix of third and first world medicine that just doesn’t happen much in the city.  Lets jump […]