Sexy Simulation? (AMEE 2017)

New Simulation? Are we using a systematic approach? Introduction While simulation has been used for teaching in medicine since circa the 18th century (at least), it is viewed by some academics as ‘new‘. While learning through simulation is long-established, the rapid expansion of new simulation methods and rising stakeholder expectations has been occurring since the 1980s. … More Sexy Simulation? (AMEE 2017)

Retained Guidewires

The college of Emergency Medicince UK has publihsed a safety newsflash on retained guidewires.  This newsflash can also be viewed and printed from the here Our local guidelines in NSW are in keeping with the recommendations outlined below:

Discrimination in Healthcare – Moving Forward?

*** WEBSITE MODERATOR STATEMENT 4/9/17 ‘We have received correspondence/concerns/complaints about some of the ‘comments’ (below) this post.  We have posted a response to ‘any concerns’ HERE: STATEMENT Background ‘We have received two indirect complaints about the ‘comments’ section of the post from the 17th of August 2017, and concerns about our initial lack of moderation of this … More Discrimination in Healthcare – Moving Forward?

Training Day – Sydney – Death and Dying the ED

FEAST N.S.W. NETWORK 5 TRAINING DAY – Death and Dying in the Emergency Department DATE – Wednesday, 2 August 2017 TIME – From 8 am till Lunchtime* LOCATION – W.E.C.C. Lecture Theatre 3 *Morning tea and lunch will be provided FEAST is followed by “AORTA” workshops for trainees and students in the afternoon RSVP preferred – … More Training Day – Sydney – Death and Dying the ED