Best royal college of emergency medicine podcasts we could find (Updated May 2017)
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The RCFN; bringing you FOAMed straight from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine with links to the curriculum. Covering anything and everything EM. Find us at www.RCEMFOAMed.co.uk from September 2014 for additional resources to the podcasts, along with blogs and vodcasts. Keep up to date by following us @RCEMFOAMed. Get involved…
 
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Informative podcasts straight from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine with links to the curriculum. Covering anything and everything EM. Find us at www.RCEMLearning.co.uk for additional resources. Keep up to date by following us @RCEMLearning. Get involved…
 
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Summary: Nicholas Malouf Editor: Sarah Dalton James talks to Dr Sarah Dalton about the inescapable job interview. Interviews are an important process, allowing interviewers to assess whether a candidates would fit into the particular work environment and if they will perform well in the position. Sarah Dalton is a Consultant in Paediatric Emerg ...…
 
Acute cholecystitis is a diagnosis that we make frequently in the Emergency Department. But like all diagnostic work ups there is a lot to know about which parts of the history, examination and bedside tests we can do in the ED that really help either rule in or rule out the disease. In this podcast we run through some of the key bits of inform ...…
 
Pleural decompression with subsequent tube thoracostomy is one of the most commonly performed life-saving procedures for traumatic chest injuries. Thoracic injuries are primarily responsible for 25% of all trauma deaths and contribute to a further 25% of deaths. However, over 85% of patients with thoracic trauma do not require thoracic surgery. ...…
 
Julia Bradbury talks to Dr Martin McKechnie, a Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Vice President of The Royal College of Emergency Medicine, about the challenges of working in an Emergency Department. Every day he is faced with intense mental and emotional situations as part of his working life. So how he does he switch off at the end of the ...…
 
Julia Bradbury talks to Dr Martin McKechnie, a Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Vice President of The Royal College of Emergency Medicine, about the challenges of working in an Emergency Department. Every day he is faced with intense mental and emotional situations as part of his working life. So how he does he switch off at the end of the ...…
 
The truths and myths about the so-called "weekend effect" in the UK hospitals is discussed in this podcast.Chris Moulton, Vice President of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and a senior consultant at the Royal Bolton Hospital, and Ellen Weber, Editor-in-Chief of the EMJ, compare two very different realities between the USA and the UK eme ...…
 
The truths and myths about the so-called "weekend effect" in the UK hospitals is discussed in this podcast.Chris Moulton, Vice President of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and a senior consultant at the Royal Bolton Hospital, and Ellen Weber, Editor-in-Chief of the EMJ, compare two very different realities between the USA and the UK eme ...…
 
Remember the old advertisement, “Got Milk?” We here at the Moral Economy were still young scallywags when those commercials appeared, and we loved to repeat them in the classroom, on the playground, and everywhere we went. Now we’re serious adults, and as serious adults we go to offices and meeting rooms (sometimes, anyway). What do we repeat t ...…
 
Stroke thrombolysis has definitely put the spotlight back on to the topic of stroke over the last few years. Stroke thrombolysis has led to restructuring of stroke care in the UK and has helped drive investment in stroke care. The evidence base that underpins thrombolysis has been controversial to say the least and can be difficult to comprehen ...…
 
Risk assessment, testing and risk management form the very heart of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care. Being aware of the evidence surrounding a topic is key to delivering high level care but without an understanding of the underpinning concepts it's application is extremely limited. Understanding how a test result changes a patient's likeli ...…
 
Larry Brilliant has had a career that lives up to his name. In the 1970s, he played a key role in work in Bangladesh and India to eradicate smallpox, personally witnessing the end of “an unbroken chain of transmission that went back to Pharaoh Ramses.” He then co-founded the Seva Foundation, which helps prevent and treat blindness in the develo ...…
 
Jason Franks, Marie-Louise Stokes and Anthony Llewellyn discuss the journal paper "competent for unsupervised practice: use of paediatric residency training milestones to assess readiness" bySu-Ting T. Li, MD, MPH, Daniel J. Tancredi, PhD, Alan Schwartz, PhD, Ann P. Guillot, MD, Ann E. Burke, MD, R. Franklin Trimm, MD, Susan Guralnick, MD, John ...…
 
Dr. Arash Hakhamian, known as “Dr. Arash”, is one of the most widely recognized and respected doctors of dental surgery focusing his time and energy in teaching dentists advanced clinical procedures and providing life-changing dentistry to his patients locally and internationally. Dr. Arash also serves as a consultant and teacher to current den ...…
 
(An excerpt from “The Strangest Secret Library” – available on Amazon.) Women and the Science of Belief – Magic of Believing As ideas for this book occurred to me, I frequently thought of the many famous women who had used the power of belief. Once Ben Hur Lampman specifically suggested that I write about them: “Many women may not realize they ...…
 
(An excerpt from “The Strangest Secret Library” – available on Amazon.) How I Came to Tap the Power of Belief Claude Bristol Is there some force, or factor, or power, or science – call it what you will – which a few people understand and use to overcome their difficulties and achieve outstanding success? I firmly believe that there is, and it i ...…
 
James talks to Dr Arjun Rao about febrile convulsions, which typically occur in children between 3 months and 6 years of age. Arjun Rao is a Staff Specialist in Paediatric Emergency at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick and a Conjoint Lecturer in Medicine at The University of NSW. He is a member of Advanced Paediatric Life Support, Australasi ...…
 
James talks to Dr Sarah Dalton about Quality and Safety for junior doctors.Sarah Dalton is a Consultant in Paediatric Emergency Medicine at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead as well as Clinical Director at the Clinical Excellence Commission in NSW where she oversees a Clinical Leadership Development program. Sarah is President-Elect for the D ...…
 
Sedation is becoming an ever more significant part of our work in the Emergency Department. At the end of May 2016 the Royal College of Emergency Medicine Published the RCEM Sedation Audit of 2015-2016 that covered more than 8,000 ED sedations throughout the UK (involving more than 190 ED's). There are some pearls to take out of this great piec ...…
 
https://phemcast.files.wordpress.com/2016/06/maternal-collapse-06062016.mp3 Apologies for the quality of the sound – we recorded in a very echo-ey office! The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) green top guideline is accessible here: https://www.rcog.org.uk/globalassets/documents/guidelines/gtg_56.pdf We have talked about ...…
 
Hercules-Corona Borealis Great Wall, Hubble Space Telescope I was privileged to be in the company of Dr Edward Brentnall one of the Grandfathers of Australasian Emergency Medicine, and one of the founders of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM). Dr Edward Brentnall (MBE, OAM, MBBS, FRACGP, FACEM, DObstRCOG) Dr Brentnall qualif ...…
 
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Mr Bhavin Patel (Dentist) GDC Qualified from St Bartholomews and The Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of London in 2006. After completing vocational training he obtained a Senior House Officer post in Oral and Maxillo-facial surgery at Bart’s Health Trust Hospitals. During these rotations he performed complex surgical d ...…
 
The James Lind Alliance is working with the public and the Royal College of Emergency Medicine on an incredibly important research priority setting exercise. This podcast with Rick and Simon explains why and how you must get involved (please). Blog post here http://stemlynsblog.org/john-lind-alliance-update-st-emlyns/ vb S Download Standard Pod ...…
 
This talk was presented at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting in Manchester in September 2015. You can download the audio here, listen online here, or find it in iTunes at the RCEM FOAMed Network here. A brief summary of the talk and related references are here.
 
In this episode of Development Matters, coinciding with World Health Day on the 7th April 2012, Anna Marry from LIDC talks to Steve Lindsay, Professor of Public Health Entomology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), and Richard Kock, Professor of Wildlife Health and Emerging Diseases at the Royal Veterinary College (RV ...…
 
Prescriptions for nerve drugs pregabalin and gabapentin have risen dramatically in recent years and at the same time, concerns about abuse. Former prisoner and addict "Patrick" tells Dr Mark Porter that "gabbies" or "pregabs" are drugs of choice in jail and Dr Iain Brew, a GP who works in prisons, says misuse is a growing problem and there are ...…
 
Prescriptions for nerve drugs pregabalin and gabapentin have risen dramatically in recent years and at the same time, concerns about abuse. Former prisoner and addict "Patrick" tells Dr Mark Porter that "gabbies" or "pregabs" are drugs of choice in jail and Dr Iain Brew, a GP who works in prisons, says misuse is a growing problem and there are ...…
 
Prescriptions for nerve drugs pregabalin and gabapentin have risen dramatically in recent years and at the same time, concerns about abuse. Former prisoner and addict "Patrick" tells Dr Mark Porter that "gabbies" or "pregabs" are drugs of choice in jail and Dr Iain Brew, a GP who works in prisons, says misuse is a growing problem and there are ...…
 
Here it is – our very first podcast, and guess what – it is on supraglottic airways! https://phemcast.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/version-2-lma.mp3 This first episode reviews the history of the laryngeal mask airway and we discuss the relative benefits and risks of supraglottic airway devices. We’ve interviewed Dr Rob Moss, author of the Facult ...…
 
James talks to Arjun Rao about the management of the sick child presenting in the Emergency Department.Dr Arjun Rao is a Staff Specialist in Paediatric Emergency at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick anda Conjoint Lecturer in Medicine at The University of NSW. He is a member of Advanced Paediatric Life Support, Australasia and regularly instr ...…
 
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Speaker Dr Laura Kelly (CHOMI, UCD). Title “Some of these Gentlemen may be a little Wild”: Irish Medical Student Culture, Gentility and Professional Identity, c.1830-1900 Event Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland Seminar Series, 7 November 2013 Summary In 1831, sixteen-year-old Robert Thompson from Kilkenny began his medical studies a ...…
 
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It’s a tough transition, from childhood to adulthood… some of us are still trying to grow up. Looking after teenagers in a medical context can be tricky too – how can you be cool, without looking like a fool? In this episode we discuss the challenges of establishing trust, and making a thorough and balanced assessment in a busy, noisy Emergency ...…
 
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