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Sharing articles, studies and lessons learned from incidents to WORK SAFER. How safe are you at work? Leave your comments, make sure you follow the Health, Safety and Environment podcast and check out the website https://www.atenciogabriel.com Want some swag?, T-shirts, tank-tops, hoodies and more available at The WORK SAFER Store: https://my-store-ba2f09.creator-spring.com/ For more free occupational health, safety, and environmental protection training and tips, subscribe to the YouTube ch ...
 
I'm starting a conversation on the things that really matter. The deeper rooted issues, the controversial topics and the problems we all face in life, that many of us find it too taboo or difficult to talk about. My aim is to change societies outlook on real life struggles that we tend to hide behind closed doors; normalising conversation on our emotions, mental health, grief, body, gender and so much more. I want us to live in a world where we come together to communicate and support with o ...
 
Whether it’s great lives or great tragedies, or just showing up for the adventure, history that is told without being felt as minimized. Like food that is even without being tasted. What’s the point?Tell the stories. Feel the people. Learn the lessons. Be a better you because of them. Don’t keep reinventing the wheel. Will you get some of the story wrong? Yes. Will the size of the fish increase each time? Probably. Will there be a different perspective? Yes. So what. When we stand on the sho ...
 
DJ Sampson has been a DJ for 11 years. He mainly performs dancehall, soca and hip hop. But, on occasion he plays pop and trap music. He began to DJ in primary school and gained popularity for his mixes in high school. He has also won 3rd in #soyouthinkyoucandj 2 years in a row; 2013 and 2014. A DJ team competition for high school students in the GTA. DJ Sampson previously worked on Fusion Radio every Saturday @ 9pm Eastern Standard Time in the Urban Sensations Mixshow. This show occurred fro ...
 
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Slater September comes to a close as we look at some 2010s films starting with 2015’s GUNS, GIRLS, and GAMNLING. Then we take a look at a serial killer movie that has all the stuff on paper to be a good movie but falls short in THE RIVER MURDERS. After that, we talk about THE … Continue reading Guns, Girls, And Gambling & The River Murders →…
 
Emergency Medicine has undergone many changes over the last couple of decades and especially during the COVID pandemic. Most of these changes have been very positive, but increasing volumes, staff shortages, aging populations, increasing breadth of responsibilities and better access to more imaging have made some of us question how we should define…
 
In Finnish folklore, stories about bugs are not most flattering. According to the legends bugs were created in the underworld, from the relationship between the spirits of pain and misfortune. Bugs still have an important role in our world as the keeper of balance. I hope you enjoy this dive into the magical realms of Finnish folktales. My mytholog…
 
In normal times, once you have stopped the bleeding and applied a splint or dressing, the emergency is “over.” You sit and wait for an ambulance or rescue helicopter to arrive and your part is over. In an austere setting, however, the medic must follow the status of the wound for more than a few minutes or hours. You’re in charge until the person i…
 
Northern Lights have always fascinated people. This lecture goes deeper into this natural phenomenon. Stories about the northern lights can be found in Native American cultures, all over Europe from Scotland to Sweden and from the myths of the Sami from Lapland. Never whistle when you see northern lights and what do you think about the firefox myth…
 
In this EM Quick Hits podcast: Salim Rezaie on venous thromboembolism recurrence in subsegmental pulmonary embolism, Andrew Petrosoniak on pain management in the polytrauma, Nour Khatib on a rural EM case on management of near-drowning patient, Sara Reid delivers a polio primer, Anand Swaminathan on head-up CPR... The post EM Quick Hits 42 – Subseg…
 
Krampus, the winter demon is a character from central European folklore. According to some sources, Krampus was the servant of Germanic winter goddess Hulda. In folklore, Krampus is a half-man, half-goat and during the day of St Nicholas, he punishes those who have behaved badly and gives presents to those who have behaved well. My mythology course…
 
In Finnish mythology goddesses have very important role. Mielikki is the goddess of the woodlands and animals. Louhi is the goddess of shamanism and witchcraft. Vellamo rules the seas and the water areas. Akka is the nurturing mother earth. Then there are nature spirits, most of them female and they keep the nature in balance. My mythology courses:…
 
In this main episode podcast on ED risk stratification and workup of the febrile infant, recorded at the CAEP 2022 Conference in Quebec City with Dr. Brett Burstein and Dr. Gary Joubert, we answer such questions as: Which febrile infants require lumbar puncture? How accurate is procalcitonin in identifying low risk febrile infants? What is the diff…
 
In this EM Quick Hits podcast: Anand Swaminathan on limitations and practical tips on intraosseus access,Tahara Bhate QI corner on missed ectopic pregnancy, Sarah Reid from EM Cases Summit on oxygen saturation monitoring in bronchiolitis and management of infant gastro-esophageal reflux, Brit Long on the value of rectal exam in diagnosis of cauda e…
 
A world weary of one viral pandemic is now experiencing the early stages of another: In the last three months, more than 88 countries have reported a total of more than 30,000 cases of the disease called monkeypox, which was previously restricted to parts of Africa. That’s more than we saw in the 2014 Ebola epidemic, so the survival medic should kn…
 
Thomas Walkington speaks about the wreck of the Pegasus and his time on the ice as part of VXE-6. Jim Butler showers praise on me and my output after discussing how he engages with Antarctica from half a world away. Jeff Maynard maps how he chose what to include and what to leave out of his most recent book about Sir Hubert Wilkins. Strap your ears…
 
In this main episode podcast, Dr. David Carr joins Anton to give us his simplified approach to syncope based solely on history, physical and ECG to help guide disposition decisions. We answer questions such as: What features have the best likelihood ratios to help distinguish syncope from seizure? What key clinical features on history and physical …
 
Kai-July ends with a team-up movie as Godzilla, Rodan, and Mothra take on GHIDORAH THE THREE-HEADED MONSTER. After that, we head to outer space to find weird jelly things that turn into giant lizards on earth with THE X FROM OUTER SPACE. Then we talk about NOPE, BLACK BOX, and THE REQUIN.By Midnight Drive-In
 
Week 3 of Kai-July rolls forward. We talk about singing fairies in MOTHRA. Then we talk about the complexities in foreign relations in FRANKENSTEIN CONQUERS THE WORLD. After that, we talk about THE BLACK PHONE, YOGA HOSERS, and Doug gives a spirited review of THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER before we end the show with a … Continue reading Mothra & Frankenst…
 
Week 3 of Kai-July rolls forward. We talk about singing fairies in MOTHRA. Then we talk about the complexities in foreign relations in FRANKENSTEIN CONQUERS THE WORLD. After that, we talk about THE BLACK PHONE, YOGA HOSERS, and Doug gives a spirited review of THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER before we end the show with a spoilery discussion of MS. MARVEL.…
 
In this month's EM Quick Hits podcast: Anand Swaminathan on GI balloon tamponade preparation and indications, Jesse McLaren on why troponin is rarely useful in SVT, Christina Shenvi on why we should not use the term "mechanical fall" in older patients, Nour Khatib & Jonathan Wallace on rural vertical vertigo case and Reuben Strayer on VAFEI - Video…
 
t’s summer, and this is the time that people head out to the shore and take in the Great Outdoors. Millions will do just that, and the vast majority of beach-goers will experience nothing but a great time. On occasion, however, a person may run afoul of a sea creature during their time in the water. It’s their home, after all, and some can get pret…
 
We kick off week 1 of Kai-July with two monster hits. First up we go back to the beginning as we take a look at the original 1954 GOJIRA. Then we travel to the mysterious year of 1995 when we talk about GAMERA: GUARDIAN OF THE UNIVERSE. After all that we talk about KIDS IN … Continue reading Gojira & Gamera: Guardian Of The Universe →…
 
We kick off week 1 of Kai-July with two monster hits. First up we go back to the beginning as we take a look at the original 1954 GOJIRA. Then we travel to the mysterious year of 1995 when we talk about GAMERA: GUARDIAN OF THE UNIVERSE. After all that we talk about KIDS IN THE HALL, SUBURBIA, and briefly touch on the finale of STRANGER THINGS.…
 
SPECIAL THANKS to Collett Carter for the family history story lead. The Boykin Mill Pond in South Carolina has been the hub of regional industry for processing grains and timber. In 1865 it was the scene of one of the last battles of the Civil War. And in 1860 it was the hallowed grounds of one of South Carolina’s saddest tragedies. Flatboat histor…
 
In this special edition main EM Cases podcast episode we feature the highlights from live podcasts recorded at Calgary EM during their annual Hodsman Lecture Day, covering a variety of current EM topics: The challenges of posterior circulation stroke (PCIS); Emergency Physician Lead to improve ED overcrowding, access block and job satisfaction; Whe…
 
We’re releasing this on July 4th as a political statement about how veterans are mistreated in this country after war and it’s for sure not because Bryan was too lazy to edit it. First up we’re looking at how war can mess up one’s mind in JACOB’S LADDER. Then we go inside Vincent D’Onofrio’s mind … Continue reading Jacob’sLadder & The Cell →…
 
We're releasing this on July 4th as a political statement about how veterans are mistreated in this country after war and it's for sure not because Bryan was too lazy to edit it. First up we're looking at how war can mess up one's mind in JACOB'S LADDER. Then we go inside Vincent D'Onofrio's mind in THE CELL. After that, we chat about THE THING and…
 
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