Snakebite 101: Broome’s Brits SAMCC down PK

In case you have been living on a planet other than Earth it is only a few weeks until the SMACC conference kicks off in Sydney – it is going to be “epic” as my Med Students like to say.

I am really looking forward to meeting a heap of people whom I have ‘met’ in the online FOAMed community and learning form them.

Part of the conference is an unreal competition:  the PK (pecha kucha) presentation comp.

The brief is simple : 20 slides, 20 seconds each = 640 seconds of high impact Meducation.

I am really proud of the effort made by my posse of JMOs in Broome – they overcame their fears of our local, legless friends and created a punchy overview of managing snakebites.  So here it is – all you need to know about snakebites in 640 odd seconds –

DOWNLOAD the talk here (opens in a new window)

Hope you enjoyed it and learned a thing or two.
Now get along to Sydney if you can March 11-13, or follow the fun on twitter etc via the FOAMed community.
Hope to see you there,


  1. David Berger says

    Go the Poms! Really useful for me. Great presentation, thanks.

  2. This is a simple but practical presentation on a potentially confusing topic and shows just how useful a pecha kucha presentation can be. Whilst it causes me physical pain to praise the English, great job guys.

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