In this week’s podcast we are delighted to welcome back the team from Dragon Bytes. Host Dr Assim Javaid introduces an interview between Dr Stacey Harris and Dr Raj Krishnan from the University Hospital of Wales on the subject of nephrotic syndrome.
In this week’s DFTB podcast we talk to Dr Amy Plint, Faculty Medicine Research Chair in PEM at the University of Ottawa about adverse events following attendance in the paediatric emergency department. Dr Plint, who is a former chair of PERC, discusses her paper from BMJ Quality and Safety on the subject and highlights lessons on preventing adverse events for all of us. The paper is available open access here: https://qualitysafety.bmj.com/content/early/2020/04/28/bmjqs-2019-010055.info
This podcast will change your working life!
We speak to Dan Wadsworth, co-founder of the social movement ’15 seconds 30 minutes’, about how small changes can make huge differences and bring joy back to the workplace.
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
Featuring quite possibly the worst pun ever, the DFTB podcast brings you episode 1 of a new feature: The Three Muskapeers. Three guests have a virtual chat round the coffee table and peer review three journal papers that have caught their attention each month. In this pilot episode Damian Roland, Alasdair Munro and Ian Lewins talk COVID-19, head injuries and more COVID-19.