How to be… a twitter moderator

The email comes from a wonderful conference organizer, lets call her, for example, Tessa, “Dear X, would you be interested in being a Twitter moderator for a session at our upcoming conference?”  The idea appeals, but you actually have no idea how it’s done. Google is not much help, but there’s been an amazing conference…

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…

Ondansetron and cardiac arrhythmias

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Ondansetron used to be the preserve of the Oncologists for children struggling with chemotherapy-induced nausea. Recently, however, its use for the symptomatic relief of nausea and vomiting in the Emergency Department has significantly increased.