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First10EM Journal Club: August 2019

Hello! We are back.  After nearly 2 months of hiking, cruising, paddling and driving all over North America I have just returned to sunny Broome and managed to do some actual work.  Apologies for the downtime and I hope you enjoyed the collaboration projects. Justin Morgenstern has sent me another batch of papers which we […]

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Old Doc, New Data: Mild asthma strategies

Mild asthma is a disease that every GP manages most days. We are guided by our National Asthma Council recommendations in the treatment of simple, mild asthma. For many patients, the use of intermittent short-acting bronchodilators is the easiest and usually an adequate strategy. Some patients with more frequent symptoms will require some form of […]

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Paediatric Status Epilepticus Debate

Welcome back – as promised this is the bonus segment that was too good to leave in the Journal Club this month. Justin and I invited Dr Damian Roland back onto the podcast to discuss the new evidence which may guide our management of status epilepticus in children. Dr Damian Roland is an Emergency Paediatric […]

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CREDENCE Trial PODCAST: Can-I-get-a-flozin?

The CREDENCE trial was published in the NEJM last month and it has made some waves in the world of diabetes management. The headlines state that this SGLT2 drug can reduce the progression of diabetic nephropathy. That is big news indeed. So, what do I think about this new data for a drug that had […]

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The ULTIMATE SMACC Journal Club

Sadly, the final SMACC conference danced its last moves on Friday. It was an amazing week with lots of learning, inspiration and camaraderie. After the last SMACC in Berlin Justin and I resolved to try and create the best journal club ever at the final SMACC in Sydney…. and I reckon we have done it! […]