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Clinical Case 145: Stump the Chumps Perth

I have a special treat for you today!  One of the best things about FOAMed is the collaborations with great clinicians and teachers.  I was lucky enough to be able to get together with a few excellent minds to present this clinical case at the recent Australian Medical Students Society Conference, in Perth. WA. If […]

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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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Gamblers and Dissection… a musical treat

Hi All I am just about back after a glorious 6 weeks of long service leave, fun, sun and family. However, I did manage to do a little FOAM stuff this week… Ken Milne from the SGEM podcast / blog started a whole thing about aortic dissection and I couldn’t resist penning this parody of […]

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First10EM Journal Club: March 2018

Welcome back – another episode of the sporadic journal club this month.  In this month’s episode, Justin and I cover chest pain, LPs, nebulised furosemide, the Lazarus phenomenon and of course, the sport of Quidditch.  Spoiler alert: Quidditch players suffer wrist sprains and insightless injuries to their own pride… You can check out the written […]

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Clinical Case 142: Studying Swooning at Sixteen

Welcome back – this is the first case for a long while and it is also the first case presented on the new podcast segment! The working Title is: Rob’s Probs and Casey’s Cases  (Ed: may change if we come up with something better) The new podcast series is all about CLINICAL REASONING.  Exploring how […]