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Anne Smith
Emergency physician in NSW, Australia. Love ultrasound, geriatrics and helping junior docs reach their full potential through teaching.
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Ellen Meyns Jul 23
‘We are emergency physicians. We advocate, it’s what we do. We learn every day, it’s what we do. It’s hard, and it’s super important. Please do the work, speak up’ Fantastic webinar on anti-racism, congratulations
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Anne Smith Jun 15
Replying to @cliffreid
I think it’s inevitable. In my regional site, we sometimes have to work nights becuase we have no reg senior enough to cover and no locum. I’d rather have rostered nights then ad hoc “crisis” nights. Also, should be paid more for nights.
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Kamran Ahmed Jun 8
- a thread I've been living in Australia for almost 6 years. During that time I've seen & experienced a staggering amount of . Here are some examples. Hoping sharing this will make people accept racism is a problem here and that it needs to change.
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ED Musos Jun 3
The ED Musos gathered via social media to play and sing in April 2020 - wellbeing through music and creativity. We send our love and support to colleagues and friends around the world who have felt the devastating impact of the pandemic.
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Anne Smith Jun 4
Some of my incredible Aussie and NZ colleagues with an important message
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Anne Smith Apr 22
Replying to @usycool1
I was examining a station where candidates had to teach a junior to do a lumbar puncture on a model... one guy talked through the entire thing facing the wrong side (ie abdomen) side of the model... kept saying- “it would be much easier if we could position him better” 🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️
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Anne Smith Apr 18
Replying to @Eleytherius
Happy birthday!! Strange, precious days indeed. Hope it’s good one 🎉🎉
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Developing EM Feb 25
What does DevelopingEM mean to you?? See some stories from our faculty and delegates here
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Anne Smith Jan 22
Amazing Sian! Well done!
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Mike Wells Nov 24
First ECMO course this weekend. Exciting to recognize the potential for initiating ECMO in the ED and for EM docs to be part of an ECMO team.
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Anne Smith Nov 22
Replying to @GongGasGirl
Yes please!!
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DocOnSkis Nov 21
The finely tuned balance between answering the randomly ringing phone in the ED (with a 3% chance you can actually help and a 0.05% chance you want to)...or studiously ignoring it, despite the building intrinsic social awkwardness, until someone else does.
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#badEM Brave African Discussions in EM Nov 21
Tickets for INCLUDE 3 nights accommodation in our community “glamping” camp and 5 meals a day. Airport shuttle available. Minimal planning required.. just get your ticket now & book a flight! EM conference like no other!
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Almero Oosthuizen Nov 21
Ever been physically attacked at work? I have many times, and I have the scars to prove it. Join me at for a unique workshop on preventing violence, but also how to physically protect yourself, or even attack and overcome when needed!
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Rhi Ross-Browne Nov 19
An illustrious panel of advocacy champions, exploring how we use science to inform policy to help people and improve health
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Geoff Couser Nov 19
Really pleased about this session. We’ve always been activists - when the surgeons saw so much road trauma they didn’t say “we need more surgeons”; they lobbied for seatbelts, drink driving laws, safer cars, road safety campaigns... we continue the tradition
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Rhi Ross-Browne Nov 19
Prof Helen Berry laying out the health and economic impacts of climate change - "you can see why our kids are scared"
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DocOnSkis Nov 18
Several times a shift. I have a built-in script for this conversation by now, especially for chest pain.
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Charlotte Durand Nov 18
Here come the cannulation packs...expensive, bulky to store, wasteful, raided by clinicians for specific items and full of confusing dressings. Their introduction lead to a significant INCREASE in infection rates!
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Clare Skinner Nov 18
Happy international men’s day to my colleagues, mentors and friends. There are too many of you to list (and most not on twitter). Special shout out to for your contribution to changing the gender landscape at . Thank you.
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