Why ED docs are backwards

Another quick one today. Was asked recently to fill a teaching slot for the new junior docs in our department, and rather than go with something clinical straight off the bat, I thought I’d have a go at getting them thinking like an ED doc (or to quote my usual phrase “let’s put your ED […]

Posted at 10:37 on May 9, 2013 | 1 comment | Filed Under: Random thoughts, Teaching stuff | Continue reading

DrGDH’s Adventures in Wonderland: Stroke Thrombolysis

Hi y’all It’s been quiet in DrGDH land for a bit, apologies for that. As well as battling through the comedy/tragedy/sheer bedlam that is EM in the holiday season (nights over Xmas, thanks boss…), I’ve been applying for a new job while simultaneously trying to keep the one I’ve got, been struck down by Norovirus (that other holiday favourite), and even […]

Posted at 15:46 on January 12, 2013 | 8 comments | Filed Under: Clinical stuff, New Evidence | Tagged: | Continue reading


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