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Don't Forget the Bubbles

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In our second episode of ‘The Three Muskapeers’ Drs Damian Roland, Alasdair Munro and Ian Lewins have a chat about what’s new in the literature about COVID-19, including current challenges and controversies in Paediatrics. Contains scenes of ri
This final talk from DFTB19 is something else. So sit down, pour yourself a cup of hot cocoa and listen to the mellifluous tones of Mr. Ross Fisher.
Fiona Reilly is many things as we found out at DFTB17. In this talk from the final plenary session of DFTB19 she takes us on a journey – from her early days working in rural Australia to now, working at a big city hospital – and she reminds us
Damian catches up with Alasdair to discuss the evidence pertaining to transmission of COVID19 in children. They discuss the evidence as it stands and how its interpretation has been a focus for challenging scientific discussion and public disco
Andy has always had an affinity for John Carter, as played by Noah Wyle, from the TV series ER. The night ER premiered on UK television happened to be his very first ED shift as a medical student at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.  He rem
Giles Armstrong reminds us that curiosity is needed for all of our young patients and that without it, we cannot truly care for them. We have to be the detectives and be prepared to ask the questions, not just to the routine questions, but to t

Where would the world of paediatrics be without POCUS? We’d still be trying (and failing) to cannulate chubby toddlers by feel alone, we’d still be using radioactive waves to determine if the child in front of us has pneumonia and we wouldn’t h
Where would the world of paediatrics be without POCUS? We’d still be trying (and failing) to cannulate chubby toddlers by feel alone, we’d still be using radioactive waves to determine if the child in front of us has pneumonia and we wouldn’t h
Sarah McNab, Director of General Paediatrics at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, takes us through an interactive case of a child with an apparent, life-threatening event. At least that is what we used to call it. Is it a BRUE or is i
Meredith Borland is a paediatric emergency physician and the Director of Emergency Medicine at Perth Children’s Hospital in Perth, Western Australia. She was a founding member of the PREDICT Executive and is the current chair of PREDICT. Last y
Neil Spenceley is a paediatric intensivist and is the National Lead for Paediatric Patient Safety. This talk is packed with nuggets that will change the way you view the world in which you practice. Neil explains Safety 1 and Safety 2 thinking.
In this week’s podcast we are delighted to welcome back the team from Dragon Bytes. Host Dr Assim Javaid introduces an interview between Dr Stacey Harris and Dr Raj Krishnan from the University Hospital of Wales on the subject of nephrotic synd
The neonatal world is different from the remainder of paediatrics; it is one of the most confronting places a paediatric trainee will work. From your first day you may be asked to intubate the smallest patient you have ever seen. The next may i
In this week’s DFTB podcast we talk to Dr Amy Plint, Faculty Medicine Research Chair in PEM at the University of Ottawa about adverse events following attendance in the paediatric emergency department. Dr Plint, who is a former chair of PERC, d
Neonatal procedures can be broken down into two broad categories. There are those that are needed to stabilize the child in front of you (such as vascular access or intubation) and there are those with a more diagnostic intent (such as a lumbar
Hazel Talbot graduated from one of the countries leading medical schools just one year after Andrew Tagg. Whilst he has fled the NHS for warmer climes she has remained in the UK and works as a neonatologist for Embrace, the Yorkshire and Humber
This podcast will change your working life! We speak to Dan Wadsworth, co-founder of the social movement ’15 seconds 30 minutes’, about how small changes can make huge differences and bring joy back to the workplace.
James Tooley is consultant neonatologist in Bristol. We gave him the task of bringing us a little more up-to-date with the neonatal literature.
In this week’s COVID Catch up – a summary of the last couple of months thoughts through the Communication, Organisation, Vital Signs, Interventions and Dilemmas titles with a nod to previous podcasts on communication in full PPE and managing th
You might not what to think about it, but some of our patients are having sex. And as much as we might hope, it is not always consensual and it is not always safe. In this talk from London Josh talks about the resurgence of gonorrhea and chlamy
We are delighted to bring you another guest podcast from our friends at The Paediatric Commuter. This week host Dr Alexandra Pelivan talks to Consultant Paediatrician Dr Lee Husdon about Anorexia Nervosa and other eating disorders
When a medical student starts their paediatric ED rotation they need to know three key illnesses and that will cover the majority of patients that they see. To round out the ABC trifecta of asthma and crapping (acute gastroenteritis) we have br
In this weeks COVID Catch Up – thoughts on the impact of the death of George Floyd, how paediatricians should approach school closures, and what winter may bring.
After spending 12 years as the Director of the Division of Sports Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University, Dr. Raukar joined the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Mayo Clini
Featuring quite possibly the worst pun ever, the DFTB podcast brings you episode 1 of a new feature: The Three Muskapeers. Three guests have a virtual chat round the coffee table and peer review three journal papers that have caught their atten
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