April 24, 2019
Here’s our regular monthly round up of the best of the blog from March 2019
November 28, 2018
Salim Rezaie from the REBEL EM podcast takes us through the optimal management of cardiac arrest and also explores some of the controversies and difficulties that make the difference to our patients.
You can read a lot more about the background to this talk, see the evidence and watch the video on the St Emlyn's site. Just follow this link. https://www.stemlynsblog.org/beyond-acls-salim-rezaie-at-stemlynslive/
March 22, 2017
Iain and Simon chat through our top ten trauma papers for 2016. Lots here for anyone who is interested in trauma including whole body CT, traumatic cardiac arrest, neurosurgery in severe head injury and much more. As ever we'd suggest you read the original papers, references for which along with a blogpost can all be found here http://stemlynsblog.org/top-10-trauma-papers-2016-st-emlyns/
September 15, 2016
Prof Rick Body and Niall Morris, Clinical Research Fellow, discuss selection bias and how it can affect clinical research.
This podcast is the third in the St Emlyn's series "Clinical Appraisal Nuggets".
May 6, 2015
Iain and Simon discuss the initial management of severe and life threatening asthma in the resus room.
Another podcast in the induction series aimed at new starters in Emergency Medicine.
December 23, 2014
A Christmas review of the world of EM, CC and resuscitation #FOAMed.
This review is no way exclusive and focuses on sites that people may not be familiar with. Take it as read that EMCRIT, LITFL, PHARM, ICN, SGEM, EMLitofNote, ALiEM, Resus.me, KI docs, etc. are already known to be awesome. Check them out and follow the many excellent #FOAMed sites around the world.
Check out the big hitters here http://www.aliem.com/social-media-index/
There are also so many other sites that we have not mentioned, but which we regularly visit and listen to.
November 12, 2014
The Challenge and Value of Research in Emergency Medicine: at DGINA 2014
Rick Body's talk from DGINA on the need for research in EM.
Check out the associated blog post at http://stemlynsblog.org