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Lessons Hard Learned: Dr Resa Lewiss

Welcome back.  A brand new Lesson Hard Learned episode from one of my favourite POCUS pals. Dr Resa Lewiss is a Colorado-based ED Physician and international teacher of POCUS.  Specifically she has done a lot of work in the developing world to bring the power of POCUS to the coal face of care in some […]

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Phacking Nerds Podcast with GP Sceptics

I was lucky enough to be invited onto the shiny, new and sensible GP Skeptics podcast last week. This is a relatively new project for a relatively old GP ;-).  Justin has been on the podcast before, he is the sort of GP I would like to be when I grow up… one day. Dr Justin […]

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Thoughts on the Newman Crimes

Dear Readers, First a quick warning: this post is not a clinical post, however I have decided to write this in order to openly discuss some recent events that have caused a lot of unrest amongst the FOAMed community.  If you do not wish to read the rest of this please come back in a […]

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Lessons Hard Learned: What scared Ross Fisher?

At the last SMACC outing in Dublin there was a stand-out lecture by Dr Ross Fisher ( @ffolliet ) entitled:  Things that Scare Me.  Ross is a bit of a presentation guru – and hence he had plenty of pressure on to deliver a great talk…. and he did exactly that.  It was a pin-drop-silently, […]

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Hope: from Home Birth to Hospice

Home birthing and hospice care.  Birth and death, aside from taxes, the only certainties in life!  These may not seem to be related topics, but they are.  Stay with me and I shall explain. Let us start with home birth.  There has been a bit of banter in Broome and online about the modern controversy […]