SMACC

Carley considers the future of open access and traditional forms of education.

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Victoria Brazil: Technology Versus Learning

Brazil sizes up the limitations and possibilities of technology and social media applied to medical education.

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Category:audio -- posted at: 12:37am AEDT

Joe Lex, Osler, and Hippocrates on free open access medical education as a tenet of medical practice.

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Category:audio -- posted at: 2:58am AEDT

A meander through the grounding ideas and aspirations of social media and critical care with Joe Lex, Scott Weingart, Mike Cadogan, Simon Carley, Chris Nickson, Nadie Levick, and Oliver Flower.

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Category:audio -- posted at: 12:51am AEDT

Kane Guthrie packs all the Free Open Access Meducation highlights from the past year as he can into 30 minutes.

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Category:audio -- posted at: 2:14am AEDT

Alex Tzannes talks reviews areas of advancement and contention in pre-hospital and retrieval medicine for the past year.

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Category:audio -- posted at: 1:30am AEDT

Richard Paoloni: EM in Review

Paolini considers key talking points in Emergency Medicine from the past year, including high sensitivity trop T, non invasive real time vital sign measurement, and new forms of anti coagulants.

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Category:audio -- posted at: 2:25am AEDT

Ian Seppelt: ICU in Review

Seppelt ranges over a year of fraudulent behaviour, reviews, and news in intensive care.

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Paul Young's talk suggests how honey bees, senegalese grasshoppers, and desert iguanas might prompt a large RCT investigating paracetamol use in the context of fever.   

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Category:audio -- posted at: 12:32am AEDT

Goudie expounds upon the virtues of being approximately right rather than precisely wrong when performing cardiac ultrasound. 

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Category:audio -- posted at: 12:47pm AEDT