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Editorial: Ezetimibe and Etiquette

This is an editorial or rant, I guess it depends on your perspective. I have been contemplating for a few days if I should bother with this post. However, as a wise friend once counselled: “the standard that you walk past, is the standard that you accept.” So I have decided to write this in […]

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First10EM Journal Club: July 2018

Good day listeners and readers alike.  Another episode of the Journal Club with Justin Morgenstern is out now.  The papers are all free and linked below.  You can also go over tot he First10EM blog and read the in-depth analysis from my favourite EBM nerd… This month we cover bougies, brain-bleeds and the best Paeds […]

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The SGEM: Batman Effect Podcast

Hello once again, Just back from leave and straight into NIGHT SHIFT! Such is life.  This is a quick Editorial to let you know what is happening in the Broomedocs backroom. I have been very busy behind the scenes working on a few fun and entertaining projects.   Recently I have been collaborating a bit with Dr. […]

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First 10EM Journal Club: January 2018

It is a New Year but the same old Journal club with Dr Justin Morgenstern. This month we are tackling a few papers on the futility PEs ( pulmonary emboli and pelvic examinations), the worst APO paper ever and the reason you should wear a cape to work.  If that sounds like your sort of […]

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Namibian Didge Lessons

As a kid growing up in rural Australia I was fascinated by the prehistory of our continent.  The ancient Aboriginal stories and creation myths permeated our Western culture.  The opportunity to play the “didge” came up whenever we discovered a discarded length of PVC tube or Mum’s vacuum cleaner pipe laying around.  For those of […]