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Clinical Case 110: Sepsis, Scans and Surgeons

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Here is a case that may keep you guessing.  One for the US nerds.  Here we go: 25 year old tourist – visiting the town, she has been backpacking for 6 months and the history is a little vague… but basically she thinks she may have had a miscarriage about 5 months ago. She had […]

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Dr Penny: Podcast on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

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The nomadic GP – Dr Penny Wilson – has just finished up a stint in our cozy little hospital here in Broome. So amid the births & beaching I managed to record this podcast live in person with our favourite Gynae guru. Penny knows about a thousand times more than I do about polycystic ovarian […]

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Lessons Hard Learned: Dr Domhnall Brannigan

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After a bit of a break – the Lessons Hard Learned series is back. Today I am chatting with Dr Domhnall Brannigan from Tasmania / Ireland.  He tells me about a really sad case he saw and we discuss the biases we all carry in medicine, communication and some Resus stuff you won’t read in […]

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Contraception: Commonsense and controversy

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Welcome back.  I have had a few weeks off and this is the first podcast for a while. I have invited Dr Penny Wilson – our resident GP / Gynae / Women’s health expert back onto the podcast to discuss her approach to the common presentation of contraception counselling.  We also discuss the recent controversy […]

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Obstetric Anaesthesia for Obstetricians

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Welcome back – today’s podcast is all about Obstetric Anaesthesia – from the labour ward, into theatre and on the recovery side. Dr Penny Wilson [ @nomadicgp ] sent me a list of “dumb” questions that she had as an Obstetrician working alongside the GP-Anaesthetists in her practice.  Fair to say that the dark art […]