Welcome back to the latest episode of the First10EM Journal Club with Dr Justin Morgenstern – the man who knows less about a lot than anyone I know! You will have to listen to understand that backhanded compliment!
This month we cover 9 papers on a range of everyday topics and as always a few eccentric pieces of information that you probably don’t need and certainly didn’t ask for!
DISCLAIMER: there are a few issues with the audio in a few short patches, and I have cut out the ugliest parts, but please persist and hopefully a few fruitful pearls will pass through the fog.
You can check out Justin’s written thoughts over at the FIRST10EM blog. As always the full-text PDFs of the papers are attached below in hyperlinks for your reading convenience.
Here’s the audio,
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Don’t forget to try and sign up for the awesome Don’t Forget The Bubbles Conference in Brisbane this month. I will be there teaching Paeds US, talking about life as a rural Paeds / family doctor and having a great time.
There is also a mention of the Pomegranate Health Podcast produced by the Australian College of Physicians – they have released a few recent episodes on Diagnostic Uncertainty which are well worth a listen.
I am a GP working in Broome, NW of Western Australia. I work as a hospital DMO (District Med Officer) doing Emergency, Anaesthestics, some Obstetrics and a lot of miscellaneous primary care. Also on the web as @broomedocs | + Casey Parker | Contact