The St.Emlyn’s virtual hospital podcast

The St.Emlyn’s virtual hospital podcast header image 1
July 28, 2017  

Non accidental injury in the ED.

00:0000:00

This podcast links to a previous blog on St.Emlyns which you can find here.

Thinking the unthinkable.

 

S

October 29, 2016  

Apparent Life Threatening Events in Babies.

00:0000:00

Here's the podcast on BRUE and ALTE's in the emergency department. 

Check the associated blog too http://stemlynsblog.org/alte-brue/ 

Nat and Simon talk through the key points.

S

All the King’s Horses - Difficult Conversations with Children in Critical Care

00:0000:00

The fabulous Liz Crowe (@LizCrowe2) returns to the St Emlyn's podcast to chat with Iain about how we can communicate more effectively with children in critical care. This podcast explores topics that are important not just for clinicians, but anyone who works with or has children.

Ross Fisher on the management of UK Paediatric trauma

00:0000:00

Ross Fisher, consultant paediatric surgeon and lead for TARNlet joins Simon Carley at the London Trauma Conference to discuss the challenges in managing paediatric trauma in the UK.

Ross Fisher on the role of paediatric surgeons in trauma

00:0000:00

Simon and Ross Fisher from Sheffield discuss the emerging role of paediatric surgeons in trauma. This podcast was recorded at the London Trauma Conference (so sorry for a bit of background noise at times).

vb

S

APLS 2015 updates for the management of the serious injured child. St.Emlyn’s

00:0000:00

APLSupdates2015.jpg
A short podcast updating the UK Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) course guidelines for the management of trauma in children.

Don't forget to read the blog post here. APLS Updates: New kids on the block,

vb

S

March 22, 2015  

Ross Fisher and Natalie May discuss Paediatric Major Trauma at the London Trauma Conference

00:0000:00
awesome11400.jpg

I recently met Ross in the flesh. What a super chap. A great clinician who really wants to improve care for injured children in the UK and around the world.
In this podcast he gives us a paediatric perspective on how we should approach the seriously injured child.

Great stuff, controversial in places, challenging to adult dogma and always excellent.

S

PS. If you ever get to hear him speak.... then do, he's awesome. Check this out.

April 21, 2014