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First10EM Journal Club: May 2018

Gday – welcome back! It is podcast time.. It is May and that means another episode of the journal club with Dr. Justin Morgenstern. This month we cover biases, show our biases about bronchiolitis therapy, cute scrotums, judging and dealing with capacity and how butt-slapping might help you delouse your colleagues…. [DISCLAIMER: we do not […]

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Gamblers and Dissection… a musical treat

Hi All I am just about back after a glorious 6 weeks of long service leave, fun, sun and family. However, I did manage to do a little FOAM stuff this week… Ken Milne from the SGEM podcast / blog started a whole thing about aortic dissection and I couldn’t resist penning this parody of […]

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First10EM Journal Club: March 2018

Welcome back – another episode of the sporadic journal club this month.  In this month’s episode, Justin and I cover chest pain, LPs, nebulised furosemide, the Lazarus phenomenon and of course, the sport of Quidditch.  Spoiler alert: Quidditch players suffer wrist sprains and insightless injuries to their own pride… You can check out the written […]

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Rural Anaesthesia Journal Club

Welcome to a new thing on the show – a section all about Rural GP anaesthesia with a shiny new, Anaesthesia Journal club.  On the first episode, I am joined by my colleague from Broome Dr Alex Harris.  Here is what we discuss in written form. OBSTETRIC  ANAESTHESIA International consensus statement on the management of […]

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Clinical Case 144: Man with a Mystery Malady

Today I have a tough clinical case for you.  One that crosses from GP to ED and into internal Med.  This is not core GP stuff but does highlight some diagnostic strategies that we all need to keep in our armoury. A 65-year-old man presents to the ED with a 3-week history of profuse diarrhoea […]