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Welcome to our new “vodcast of the week” section, where we will share what we have enjoyed watching from around the FOAMasphere.

To start us off in style Simon Carley over at St Emlyn’s shares his talk from the retrieval 2014 conference.   He takes us on an engaging journey through the easy parts and the hard parts of managing paediatric sepsis in a talk littered with both pearls and useful resources – keep your pen and paper handy.


Simon’s blog can be found at

About the authors

  • Ben Lawton is a paediatric emergency physician interested in education, retrieval medicine and simulation. Lives in Brisbane where he enjoys falling off his mountain bike and being outsmarted by his pre-teen children. @paedsem | + Ben Lawton | Ben's DFTB posts


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