In this week’s COVID Catch up – a summary of the last couple of months thoughts through the Communication, Organisation, Vital Signs, Interventions and Dilemmas titles with a nod to previous podcasts on communication in full PPE and managing the new ‘inflammatory’ syndrome.
You might not what to think about it, but some of our patients are having sex. And as much as we might hope, it is not always consensual and it is not always safe. In this talk from London Josh talks about the resurgence of gonorrhea and chlamydia as well as the importance of testing asymptomatic partners.
We are delighted to bring you another guest podcast from our friends at The Paediatric Commuter. This week host Dr Alexandra Pelivan talks to Consultant Paediatrician Dr Lee Husdon about Anorexia Nervosa and other eating disorders
When a medical student starts their paediatric ED rotation they need to know three key illnesses and that will cover the majority of patients that they see. To round out the ABC trifecta of asthma and crapping (acute gastroenteritis) we have bronchiolitis. At #DFTB19 Ed Oakley from PREDICT gave us the latest.
In this weeks COVID Catch Up – thoughts on the impact of the death of George Floyd, how paediatricians should approach school closures, and what winter may bring.
After spending 12 years as the Director of the Division of Sports Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University, Dr. Raukar joined the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in 2018 as full-time faculty.
In this fascinating talk she explores what happens to those children we see every weekend in the emergency department. Whether it is a clash of elbow versus head on the footy oval or a punch to the face at karate practice or something as innocuous as a simple fall from the monkey bars we don’t give these head injuries the attention they deserve.