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Quantum Quandaries, Diagnostic Decoherence and Probabilisticians

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So I imagine you have just read the title of this post and thought – “Casey has finally lost it!” – or something to that effect…. Diagnostic Decoherence – it sounds like the title of an obscure SMACC lecture. So what am I rambling on about – what is this concept? Where does it come […]

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The 7 Laws of Diagnostics

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March 6th 2014 is Change Day in Australia.  Change Day  is a movement promoted by individuals working within the health system. It is all about each of us Making a Pledge to do one thing (or many things) to improve the health and wellbeing of others. What pledge can you make to improve patient, client and consumer […]

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Medical Media Management

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This is a completely non-clinical piece. Over the last 3 years I have been doing a weekly radio “spot” on ABC radio in WA.  10 minutes, once a week with a mix of medical and health topics including some live talkback Q&A.  It has been a really interesting experience and I have learned a lot […]

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Lessons Hard Learned with Ryan Wallman

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Today’s episode of Lessons Hard Learned is a bit different. My guest is my former Med School classmate, former doctor and now successful marketing copywriter (Dr) Ryan Wallman.  Sounds intriguing eh? Ryan has generously shared his story – it is about the decision to get out of Medicine as a career. It is not something […]

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Clinical Case 095: Smashmouth vs. Surgeon

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Gday, it has been a few weeks since the last clinical case.  Today I have a rural trauma case with a twist.  I have been doing a lot of pondering around logistic and practical matters with regards to managing trauma in a smaller hospital.  I keep getting stuck on a few points – so I […]