This is the second part of a recent lecture I gave to some first year med students to get across how important their anatomy is to understanding trauma.
First part lives here
You may have to click through to the GMEP site to see the full HD version
PDF of slides
This is a screencast of a recent lecture I gave to some first year med students. It’s mainly to give the students some clinical info to keep their regular anatomy teaching relevant. It’s not designed to be a comprehensive intro to trauma in any way.
It’s longer than the usual podcasts so I’ve split into two parts.
Feedback, is as always, welcome.
PDF of slides.
This one’s a little bit different. You’ve all heard of SMACC I’m sure. If not which rock where you hiding under?
It’s the the most exciting conference happening this year. All the your favourited FOAMites in one place giving it dixie on all things EM and Critical Care. There is still time to get booked in for it.
I, alas, will be holding fort on the Emerald Isle supporting the dog, wife and her ever enlarging bump and saving the spondoolies for next years SMACC (that’s happening lads isn’t it?)
They’ve put out the challenge for short, high impact teaching videos for the EM/CC community in the form of PK talks. Below is my offering. It’s a rehash of some old material but hope you like it.
All show notes over at emergencymedicineireland.com
All the show notes over at emergencymedicineireland.com
Continuing or walk through the shoulder joint
More on our walk through the shoulder joint