An Emergency Physician with a special interest in education and lifelong learning. When not drinking coffee and reading Batman comics he is playing with his children.

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DFTB17 – And the winner is…

As much as conferences are about listening to inspiring thoughts and amazing speakers, they are also about sharing of knowledge. This year we launched a competition to promote knowledge translation – not just to the delegates present but for those who couldn’t make it.

The Road… Not Taken

Every now and then there is a presentation or talk that you have to give, that you have been waiting a long time to do. This is one of mine that has been floating around in my head for sometime looking for the right occasion. DFTB17 was the right occasion.

DFTB17 – T minus 1

Tessa, Henry, Ben and I came together online back in 2013. We’ve achieved more than we ever thought we could – we’ve been editors of the EMA and published 10 papers. We’ve curated over 500 blogs posts from over 50 authors and now we are running our first conference. Today, Sunday, is a pinnacle moment….

Safer care, out there

Over the last year I have been working with the Victorian Paediatric Clinical Network on a project to encourage healthcare providers to use recognised clinical practice guidelines.

DFTB17 – Defence Against The Dark Arts

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In just two weeks time we are going to be running our very first conference. We have been very lucky to draw on the expertise of some amazing speakers from around the world of paediatrics. Tim Horeczko is hosting an exciting evidence-based medicine panel discussion and wants you to join in.   “It is my…