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Tessa Davis
Paeds EM doc - working in London. Don't Forget The Bubbles
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Dr Shweta Gidwani 20h
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Yes, triage happens in a different way too...it's almost a see & treat vs triage for the ambulance & imm assessment for wheelchair/trolley
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Tessa Davis Oct 19
Helen Liley teaches us how to save a little life -  ABC, Easy as 1-2-3 - Helen Liley -
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Sarah Collins Oct 19
Behind the Scenes - PREDICTing the Future
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Tessa Davis Oct 19
Is your low flow oxygen knowledges up to date? Need a refresher? Check out this quiz -
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Esther Choo Oct 4
"A mentor is someone who believes in your potential so relentlessly... you are obliged to live up to those expectations."
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Tessa Davis Oct 19
would love to use your paeds spot diagnoses while teaching in India atm. But internet is sketchy.Do u have a copy of the images?
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Tim Horeczko Oct 18
Yes! Kills insect faster than oil, water, peroxide; some topical analgesia.
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Grace Leo Oct 17
How can we add clarity and engagement to ? Come behind the scenes!
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Damian Roland Oct 18
Seen a great slide set & wondered how to do it? Some ideas: Big up & A/Prof Franz Babl
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Sarah McNab Oct 18
A great guide to improving your conference slides:
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Ian Summers Oct 18
Behind the Scenes – This is a seriously good look at the work behind the slides/media of a scientific presentation
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Tessa Davis Oct 18
UK v India - different training and patient expectations. Patients expect to be seen immediately on arrival, and they are. Diff from NHS!
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Tessa Davis Oct 18
Day 2 of teaching completed in Calicut - covered umbilicus, asthma, throats, rashes, ketamine, testicles, fever. Off to Kottakal tomorrow.
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Dr Shweta Gidwani Oct 18
Thanks for teaching on our capacity building program in
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Casey Parker Oct 17
I do this a lot. To be honest about 50:50 efficacy in my experience- though worth trying as quick, cheap n safe
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Andy Tagg Oct 17
Replying to @TessaRDavis
I certainly use it for acute ear pain - always carry some in my scrubs - sounds like common sense though, as long as there is no perf.
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Tessa Davis Oct 17
Teaching in India - they use topical lignocaine for ear foreign body removal. Does anyone else do this? Seems like a good idea
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Tessa Davis Oct 17
How are great scientific presentations made? The media is part of the message - Behind the ... -
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Tessa Davis Oct 17
Day 1 of PEM teaching - in Calicut today and tomorrow. Did GORD, ears, crying & rashes today. More to come... Thanks for the content
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Claire Salter Oct 16
'Mental health days' might be the only way to sustain a struggling colleague.Better to have 1 day of R&R than burn out completely
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