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Up for some SMACC craic?

Hello team, Big week in critical care world with a whole bunch of new papers, research and great discussion taking place over the Twitter-sphere and on the blogs. Of course, the major highlight of the week was the Aussie annihilation of the English rugby team and their eviction from their own home World Cup.  The […]

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Countdown to SMACCUS

G’day All I am sitting in Jackson Lodge writing this post after what has been an amazing week of learning, meeting new friends and seeing some spectacular parts of the U.S.A.   I have been inspired by my fellow Yellowstone US teachers and our awesome students.  And this is just a small taste of what […]

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Emergency Trauma Management Course

Are you a GP, maybe a locum who spends time moonlighting in ED?  Do you work in an area that has no dedicated trauma service – hence you may be it one day? Or are you a trainee – a young doctor wanting to go bush or into Emergency training? Have you done the EMST […]

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SMACC Chicago – it’s heating up

Greetings readers I have been on a bit of R&R on the run into Xmas and trying to avoid the Internet for a few weeks! Today though I have come out of hibernation to remind you that the biggest and brightest conference is coming soon… in June 2015. That may seem like a long way […]

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The Birthday Bet

I am working on a post about risk and decision-making and I need your help. I am trying to get a feel for the risk numeracy of the average doctor – I realise that none of my readers is “average” but please take the time to read the following scenario and give me an honest […]