Siobhan Wren is an ophthalmologist based at Imperial College in London. It’s a rotation that most of us skipped out on in medical school but with paediatric ocular trauma accounting for a third of all ocular trauma it is something that needs to be on our radar.
In this talk she focuses on the first sixty minutes after the injury – keeping the patient comfortable and safe, not making things worse and a stepwise approach to the basic examination.
We are delighted to release our first guest podcast brought to you by the team at Fontanelle. ‘Tis the season to be snotty – and so host Dr Caroline Storey talks to General Paediatric Consultant Dr Claire Hollingsworth about everything bronchiolitis. Essential listening this time of year, particularly for trainees staring their paediatric rotations.
Grace Leo is a paediatric registrar who has been involved in the FOAMed community for the last 8 years and forms part of the Don’t Forget The Bubbles and SMACC conference teams. Through her journey she’s been able to realise dreams she hadn’t even imagined possible and has become an advocate for the importance of visual communication in medical education talks and research. In this talk, Grace share’s her personal journey in becoming engaged in FOAMed as well as the beauty of finding her own place to call home through the power of personal learning networks and a willingness to say yes.
Don't Forget the Bubbles
Medical education and communication: Grace Leo at DFTB19
Jean Robinson is paediatric dermatology nurse specialist working at the Royal London Hospital. Her area of expertise is something we could all be a bit better managing – eczema. She might be one of the few people that can actually describe a rash in twenty words or less. She also knows more than just steroids and wet dressings.
We all know that chickenpox can be really unpleasant for children and their parents are often anxious to make them feel better by bringing the temperature down. So there’s no harm in treating them with ibuprofen, is there? Or could the Facebook groups be right and ibuprofen should be avoided at all costs. In this podcast, originally recorded for ‘2 Paeds In A Pod’ Ian Lewins attempts to get to the truth with Dr Alasdair Munro, a clinical research fellow in Paediatric Infectious Diseases based in Southampton.
Imagine a world where you could teach CPR from a thousand miles away, a world where you can guide clinicians on the other side of the world. In this groundbreaking talk from DFTB19 Camilla Sørensen tackles another side of virtual reality. This one involves the clinician as power user.