Monthly Archives: March 2012

Blog segregation

The time is nigh for blog separation. I will split my personal stuff from medical stuff in the coming times. It remains to be seen what title my personal blog will take. I think I will leave the current title … Continue reading

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Get Rhythm, when you get the Blues…

Roughly 40 year old man. No personal history. Out of hospital VF arrest. ACLS: CPR, shock > asystole, more CPR, adrenaline 1mg x4 > VT/ VF, more shocks > PEA, more CPR, then ROSC in ?AF. This is his post … Continue reading

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And so it ends…final thoughts in the “Luddiot’s guide to Social Media in Emergency Medicine”

The wrap-up of the last question in the “Social Media for Luddiots” Q + A session. “You shouldn’t close your ears – you should use what is between them!”

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More challenging questions! (from “Social Media for Luddiots” talk)

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More Q+A from the social Media talk

Tony and Robin ask a couple more searching questions and I respond…

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Greg Henry nuggets of EM gold from #sinaiem via @MDaware

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Cascades Colonial Accommodation one year on!

We have returned to Koonya one year after our wedding, and spent a lovely family day yesterday fishing for flathead from the Canadian canoe. We stayed in the Workshops again, and the memories of a fantastic day a year ago … Continue reading

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