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Tessa Davis
PEM Consultant at the Royal London Hospital. Co-founder . Senior Lecturer . Director . Recruitment TPD .
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Tessa Davis 11h
Replying to @ccdaniels65
Wish you all a long life.x
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Nikki Abela 22h
Love love love this PEMadventure by & on Stroke in children
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Becky Platt 17h
Just re-read 's fantastic post on pelvic avulsion injuries. If you fancy a bit of weekend revision, get a load of this:
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Tessa Davis Nov 27
Replying to @ffolliet @Fergal_Davis
Trades Hall (Glasgow)
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Kat Priddis Nov 27
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Tessa Davis Nov 27
15 years since I married this lovely chap. Happy anniversary !
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Ana Waddington Nov 26
I did it! I signed off! 2nd nurse to sign off on for hardest thing I’ve ever done, I will forever remember the million swabs we carry and how much a suction unit weighs! Thank you to my team for supporting me
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Tessa Davis Nov 26
How can we support our colleagues with the trauma we see at work? “Sometimes you don’t need to fix a thing, you just need to listen to a thing” Make space for people to talk without fear of judgement Great talk about moral injury by to our faculty
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Tessa Davis Nov 25
Replying to @ccdaniels65
So sorry to hear this Richard. Love to you all.x
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Segn Nedd Nov 25
Replying to @Segn_Nedd
This is going to be a great day!!!... really does show that DFTB goes above... and (corny... but I like to make myself laugh) 🤣🤦🏾‍♀️
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Segn Nedd Nov 25
Replying to @Segn_Nedd
This showed respect and that should be a basis point for all we do. Maybe it’s been done at every DFTB event and I missed it but today it grasped me! I had to hit pause at 30 seconds!!! And read up a bit more about it
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Segn Nedd Nov 25
Replying to @Segn_Nedd
We live in a world where we don’t always acknowledge the significance of different cultures, different backgrounds and how these affect our interactions. It’s why increasing in cultural competence is so vitally important in helping us shape a more inclusive world. 2/n
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Segn Nedd Nov 25
So a certain interview 🙄clashed with . So glad it’s recorded... eagerly sat down to start my catch up! Can’t even express the joy to hear give an Acknowledgement of country! I’m not indigenous but I got it! And hit me profoundly! 1/n
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Dr C Kanaris MD PhD (Paedtensivist) Nov 23
If you want to read a bit more about the two practice changing trials this summary by and is pitched perfectly .
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Sahana Rao Nov 23
Good explanation on mechanism of thoracic-lumbar spine injuries & the first line investigations X-ray :NICE recommendation CT - indicated if higher suspicion of bony injury - higher rate of false positives & increased radiation risk.
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Feeling this too🤯! Definitely need to go back and re listen to the sessions again. Another great day by
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James Dearden Nov 23
Favourite mug & Beyond Essentials: Evidenced Based Acute Paediatric Decision Making! All set for a great day of learning from some exceptional speakers. already!
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Tessa Davis Nov 23
This advice carries well for almost all situations.
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Dani Hall Nov 23
What an amazing start to . The morning’s been absolutely jam packed with pearls of wisdom and I’m learning so much!
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Sharna Nov 23
Replying to @HeadSmartFellow
“Myocarditis is a fascinating beast” A spectrum pericarditis/perimyocarditis/myocarditis. Many causes but usually viral. And usually multiple attendances to ED before diagnosis. TROPONIN is so useful to rule in or out myocarditis.
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