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Latest Episodes

Podcast #28 “Tim Leeuwenburg & Ryan Wubben”

One of the greatest pleasures I had at the SMACCDUB2016 conference was to meet and chat to some of my favourite #FOAMed heroes. In this podcast I chat to Tim Leeuwenburg and Ryan Wubben about the impact that the SMACC conference and community has had on them both. This podcast/vLog looks back at some of […]

-1 s2017 FEB 11
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Podcast #28 “Tim Leeuwenburg & Ryan Wubben”

Podcast #27 “smaccDUB with MJ Slabbert & Doug Lynch”

Expect a steady drip drip of great podcast and online material over the next few months as an army of great presenters, speakers and em professional prepare to upload their incredible talks from this years smaccDUB conference. Keep a watchfull eye out for talks from Simon Carley , Scott Weingart and Victoria Brazil to name […]

-1 s2016 JUL 12
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Podcast #27 “smaccDUB with MJ Slabbert & Doug Lynch”

Podcast #26: “Soundbite from smaccDUBmini”

At this year SMACC in Dublin I caught up with co-founder of the BADem and South African blogger, Kat Evans. Kat had attended the paediatrics session at SMACC and I was eager to hear what key points she thought would be worth following as topics are released onto the FOAMed world over the next few […]

-1 s2016 JUN 20
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Podcast #26: “Soundbite from smaccDUBmini”

In memory of John Hinds 4th July 2015

“We have lost one of our own. Death has turned his heavy hand against us and taken one more from us.” It is with sadness that the FOAMed and Emergency medicine community is mourning the loss of Doctor John Hinds. I would like to extend my condolence to all that knew him and hope that […]

-1 s2015 JUL 6
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In memory of John Hinds 4th July 2015

Podcast #25: “Kids, Spots n Dots”

In this podcast we join Paediatric specialist Dr Natalie May and discuss childhood illness and the difference between meningitis and meningococcal meningitis.

-1 s2014 MAY 24
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Podcast #25: “Kids, Spots n Dots”

Podcast #24: “Defrosting the PreHospital Hypothermia Myth”

I take a skeptical view of the literature around preHospital cooling with fellow podcaster Dr Ken Milne and defrost some of the myths around the practise.

-1 s2014 JAN 16
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Podcast #24: “Defrosting the PreHospital Hypothermia Myth”

Podcast#23: “Grounding the Frequent Flyer”

I join Captain Niels Tangherlini of the San Francisco Fire Department for more insight into how the city is dealing with the demand placed on the SFFD by the frequent users of the EMS system. I get to meet their "Frequent Flyers"

-1 s2013 NOV 28
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Podcast#23: “Grounding the Frequent Flyer”

Podcast#22(Part2): “Africa, where to now?”

Wrapping up my conversation in the “Emergency Medicine in Africa” series of podcasts I’m left with some positive feeling and confidence that the African paramedic and physician are on a long and winding road to improving emergency health care on the continent. But at the same time I’m left asking a lot of questions. In […]

-1 s2013 SEP 17
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Podcast#22(Part2): “Africa, where to now?”

Podcast#22(Part1): “The Emergency Physician in Africa”

(Imagine you work as a Paramedic on the African continent.) Got it? Now replace the ambulances with a bicycle, increase the distance to travel to the nearest health care facility by about 5 fold, remove two thirds of the staff at the receiving hospital, the CT scanner and the specialty of emergency medicine. Turn up the heat, add some mosquitoes and voila you are in the setting which Adopt-a-delegate aims to improve.

-1 s2013 AUG 30
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Podcast#22(Part1): “The Emergency Physician in Africa”

Podcast#21(Part2): “Africa’s Best Practice?”

The second part of my chat with Yale Medical student Jarred Sun about what Africa accept as best practice on such a resource poor continent.

-1 s2013 AUG 1
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Podcast#21(Part2): “Africa’s Best Practice?”
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Latest Episodes

Podcast #28 “Tim Leeuwenburg & Ryan Wubben”

One of the greatest pleasures I had at the SMACCDUB2016 conference was to meet and chat to some of my favourite #FOAMed heroes. In this podcast I chat to Tim Leeuwenburg and Ryan Wubben about the impact that the SMACC conference and community has had on them both. This podcast/vLog looks back at some of […]

-1 s2017 FEB 11
Comments
Podcast #28 “Tim Leeuwenburg & Ryan Wubben”

Podcast #27 “smaccDUB with MJ Slabbert & Doug Lynch”

Expect a steady drip drip of great podcast and online material over the next few months as an army of great presenters, speakers and em professional prepare to upload their incredible talks from this years smaccDUB conference. Keep a watchfull eye out for talks from Simon Carley , Scott Weingart and Victoria Brazil to name […]

-1 s2016 JUL 12
Comments
Podcast #27 “smaccDUB with MJ Slabbert & Doug Lynch”

Podcast #26: “Soundbite from smaccDUBmini”

At this year SMACC in Dublin I caught up with co-founder of the BADem and South African blogger, Kat Evans. Kat had attended the paediatrics session at SMACC and I was eager to hear what key points she thought would be worth following as topics are released onto the FOAMed world over the next few […]

-1 s2016 JUN 20
Comments
Podcast #26: “Soundbite from smaccDUBmini”

In memory of John Hinds 4th July 2015

“We have lost one of our own. Death has turned his heavy hand against us and taken one more from us.” It is with sadness that the FOAMed and Emergency medicine community is mourning the loss of Doctor John Hinds. I would like to extend my condolence to all that knew him and hope that […]

-1 s2015 JUL 6
Comments
In memory of John Hinds 4th July 2015

Podcast #25: “Kids, Spots n Dots”

In this podcast we join Paediatric specialist Dr Natalie May and discuss childhood illness and the difference between meningitis and meningococcal meningitis.

-1 s2014 MAY 24
Comments
Podcast #25: “Kids, Spots n Dots”

Podcast #24: “Defrosting the PreHospital Hypothermia Myth”

I take a skeptical view of the literature around preHospital cooling with fellow podcaster Dr Ken Milne and defrost some of the myths around the practise.

-1 s2014 JAN 16
Comments
Podcast #24: “Defrosting the PreHospital Hypothermia Myth”

Podcast#23: “Grounding the Frequent Flyer”

I join Captain Niels Tangherlini of the San Francisco Fire Department for more insight into how the city is dealing with the demand placed on the SFFD by the frequent users of the EMS system. I get to meet their "Frequent Flyers"

-1 s2013 NOV 28
Comments
Podcast#23: “Grounding the Frequent Flyer”

Podcast#22(Part2): “Africa, where to now?”

Wrapping up my conversation in the “Emergency Medicine in Africa” series of podcasts I’m left with some positive feeling and confidence that the African paramedic and physician are on a long and winding road to improving emergency health care on the continent. But at the same time I’m left asking a lot of questions. In […]

-1 s2013 SEP 17
Comments
Podcast#22(Part2): “Africa, where to now?”

Podcast#22(Part1): “The Emergency Physician in Africa”

(Imagine you work as a Paramedic on the African continent.) Got it? Now replace the ambulances with a bicycle, increase the distance to travel to the nearest health care facility by about 5 fold, remove two thirds of the staff at the receiving hospital, the CT scanner and the specialty of emergency medicine. Turn up the heat, add some mosquitoes and voila you are in the setting which Adopt-a-delegate aims to improve.

-1 s2013 AUG 30
Comments
Podcast#22(Part1): “The Emergency Physician in Africa”

Podcast#21(Part2): “Africa’s Best Practice?”

The second part of my chat with Yale Medical student Jarred Sun about what Africa accept as best practice on such a resource poor continent.

-1 s2013 AUG 1
Comments
Podcast#21(Part2): “Africa’s Best Practice?”
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