Broomedocs Podcast

Welcome back to the Journal Club with Dr Justin Morgenstern.  It has been 2 months since we last dusted off the papers on Justin's bedside table... but like a mythical (nerdy) Sisyphus Justin must push another load of evidence out into the ether in order to go back and start the whole process again.

This episode is on steroids.  I mean it is largely about steroids, not actually "on steroids" but there is a sprinkling of other stuff and a bit of philosophical banter about machine learning at the end.

So sit back, grab a beverage and tune in for another hour of evidence and education from our corners of the world.

Direct download: First1020Nov1720MIX.m4a
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 9:16am EST

NEWS: I am launching a new podcast segment

The working Title is: Rob's Probs and Casey's Cases  (Ed: may change if we come up with something better)

The new podcast series is all about CLINICAL REASONING.  Exploring how we think through a diagnosis or problem.  In order to do this I have teamed up with Dr Rob Park, a Queensland GP from the "Sunny Coast"

Here is episode 1.

Direct download: Robs20Case201.m4a
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 10:05pm EST

Hi all

The latest episode of the journal club features an ecclectic bunch of papers of variable quality presented by two minds of variable quality!!

We cover alcohol levels, ear tubes, eyelid injuries and HUGS!

Enjoy, Casey

Direct download: First10EM20Sept2017Sun.m4a
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 12:10pm EST

This is the vodcast version of a talk I am giving at the Australian College of Dermatology meeting next week.

Why am I speaking at a Derm conference? Who knows! My knowledge of skin is superficial at best....

Anyway they wanted to know about things that might kill you in Broome...  so apart from humans, this is the most dangerous things I can think of at short notice.

I am joint don this episode by my favourite marine biology enthusiast - Julius Parker, he is 7 years old, in Year 2 and knows more about animals than most postdoc students!

Direct download: Northern_NAstie_Movie.mp4
Category:Video vodcast -- posted at: 10:10am EST

This is the vodcast version of a talk I am giving at the Australian College of Dermatology meeting next week.

Why am I speaking at a Derm conference? Who knows! My knowledge of skin is superficial at best....

Anyway they wanted to know about things that might kill you in Broome...  so apart from humans, this is the most dangerous things I can think of at short notice.

I am joint don this episode by my favourite marine biology enthusiast - Julius Parker, he is 7 years old, in Year 2 and knows more about animals than most postdoc students!

Direct download: Northern_NAstie_Movie.mp4
Category:Video vodcast -- posted at: 10:09am EST

Direct download: July1720ScreenF20Final2.m4a
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 12:46am EST

A ripper of a journal club episode.  Recorded live in Berlin at the DasSMACC conference last week.  Justin and I invited a cast of superstars to share a drink over the mike and discuss an eccectic bunch of papers.

 

Direct download: first_10_EM_Berlin_MP3.m4a
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 7:40am EST

Welcome back to the kinda monthly journal club with Dr Justin Morgenstern and I.

This month we do WOMAN, CO tax, Wellen's and Sarin gas

Casey

Direct download: FINAL20May2017JC.m4a
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 12:04am EST

This is a deep dive into a recent lung US paper looking at the sensitivity of eFAST exam for pneumothorax in blunt trauma patients.

The conclusion was a really low sensitivity... but as a skeptic and lung scan enthusiast, I have decided to explain how I think we should interpret this paper.

Casey

Direct download: pneumothorax_podcast.m4a
Category:Audio podcast -- posted at: 9:10am EST

Hi all

This is a guest vodcast from one of my Obstetric Anaesthesia mentors Dr Roger Browning.  Roger is a great bloke and a Consultant Anaesthetist with particular interests in Obstetric haemorrhage and thromboelastography in major haemorrhage.

I have been lucky enough to attend a few of the live teaching sessions that Roger chairs at King Edward's Hospital for Women in Perth.  This lecture was taken from that session.

Apologies it is a little longer than the usual podcast, but plenty of food for thought for anyone doing Caesars or Anaesthetics out there.