In the three years since we launched the Bubble Wrap segment, we have been able to highlight a number of key articles in paediatric research. In this talk from the popular Bubble Wrap Live! sessions, Edward Snelson brought us his top five favourite articles from the world of paediatric emergency medicine.
In the three years since we launched the Bubble Wrap segment, we have been able to highlight a number of key articles in paediatric research. In this talk from the popular Bubble Wrap Live! sessions, Craig McBride brought us his top five favourite articles from the land of scalpels and sutures.
In our first podcast produced by the team at ‘2 Paeds In A Pod’ in conjunction with the Archives of Disease in Childhood, Education and Practice Edition, we talk to Dr Tom Waterfield about his co-authored paper on how to use the clinical signs of meningitis in children. The paper is the Editor’s Choice article in the February 2020 edition of ADC Education and Practice and can be found here: https://ep.bmj.com/content/105/1/46
Damian Roland has been a huge supported of Don’t Forget the Bubbles right from the outset. We were very fortunate to have him join the team both as respected academic and as the chair of PERUKI. In this talk from the research track of DFTB19 Damian challenged us to think just how patients might drive research.
In our second guest podcast, the team from Dragon Bytes, Dr Assim Javaid and Dr Stacey Harris, bring us a fascinating and in-depth look at writing reflections for portfolios. Dragon Bytes is a podcast by and for Paediatric trainees and in this episode they take a look at the pearls and pitfalls of reflective writing using an anonymous reflection written by a trainee and discussed with medical experts. You can follow the team on twitter @Dragon_Bytes and on their website: www.dragonbytespodcast.com
Meredith Borland is the current chair of PREDICT and is well-known for her work on the use of steroids in croup. The aim of PREDICT is not just to generate multi-centre research but also to share it and measure its impact.