Lessons Hard Learned: Dr Ross Fisher
At the last SMACC outing in Dublin there was a stand-out lecture by Dr Ross Fisher ( @ffoliet ) entitled: Things that Scare Me. Ross is a bit of a presentation guru - and hence he had plenty of pressure on to deliver a great talk.... and he did exactly that. It was a pin-drop-silently, slideless baring of the soul. This is the back story behind the talk that lead Ross to learn a lot about himself and how doctors sometimes behave towards one another.
5 Dec 2016
Lessons Hard Learned with Dr Resa Lewiss
Dr Resa Lewis @UltrasoundREL is a pioneer of #POCUS In this podcast she shares a tragic story that changed the lives of a number of people.
14 Mar 2017
Intubating the Critical Patient
Here is a 15 minute "Broome style" intubation simulation video. One way to skin a cat!
2 Nov 2015
First10EM Journal Club
Welcome back. Another instalment of the EBM Journal Club with Dr. Justin Morgenstern. Topics include NSAID dosing, moose attacks, COACT trial, snowfall impact on ED, conflicts of interest in FOAMed and a bunch of other stuff
30 Aug 2019
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Dr Roger Browning: Oxytocin in Labour
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.
4 Apr 2017
FIrst10EM Broomedocs Journal Club
Its a new month and that means a new episode of the First10EM / Broomedocs Journal club. I have learned so much by just hanging out with Justin and reading the papers he digs up each month. I hope you are learning the easy way too! This month we have 10 papers for you with topics ranging from massive haemoptysis to "Tweeting drunk en route to ED"... So sit back, grab a beverage and listen in for the JC with J&C.
3 Oct 2016
First10EM Journal Club
We are back! Another journal club with Dr Justin Morgenstern. This month we have a really diverse bunch of papers that take a look at CRASH-3, distraction techniques for kids in ED, making the patient experience better, wound closure and syncope workup (Spoiler: CTs ain't that great).
12 Nov 2019
This is a story that I told at the DFTB18 storytelling event. The theme was about kindness, justice and hope. It is a personal, non-clinical story that I hope can help others out there.
22 Nov 2018
First10EM Articles of the Month
The first ever episode with Dr Justin Morgenstern ( @ First10EM ) We discuss 14 of the papers you ought to read from July 2016.
26 Jul 2016
Lessons Hard Learned: Dr Anand Swaminathan
Another lesson Hard Learned episode. This week I am joined by Dr Anand Swaminathan from Bellevue Hospital in NYC. Anand shares a tricky case involving the treatment of a VIP patient in his ED. We discuss a few strategies to help keep both you and the patient safe when we are treating VIPs. Casey
18 Sep 2016
Status Epilepticus Debate: Justin & Damian Roland
Dr Justin Morgenstern and Damian Roland do a deep dive into the latest data around Paeds Seizure management after Eclipse and Consept trials were published. Or maybe there is a better way?
7 Jun 2019
August 2016: First10EM / Broomedocs Journal Club
Another month of rapid fire journal club with Dr Justin Morgenstern and myself. 15 papers in 40 minutes... with free PDFs Ready, GO! Casey
12 Sep 2016
Really Rural Surgery with Dr Bret Batchelor
Dr Bret Batchelor joins me to talk about his work as a rural Canadian surgery, training, doing stuff better etc. @ReallyRuralsurg
19 Aug 2015
Vancomycin continuous infusion protocol
I have learned a lot about the rational prescribing of vancomycin in the last few years and have read literally hundreds of papers on the topic. In true "Broome Docs" style I have dived deep down the rabbit hole of pharmacological, microbiological and clinical literature to bring you what I think is a 'better way' to use vancomycin in small, rural hospitals.
24 Jun 2019
First10EM Journal Club
This month we cover bougies, brain-bleeds and the best Paeds DKA paper ever. We also degenerate into the recent and remote evolutionary history of hiccoughs... fun times are to be had!
19 Jul 2018
Lessons Hard Learned : Dr Seth Trueger
This Lessons Hard learned with Dr Seth Trueger in Chicago is all about how we deal with the 'frequent flyers' in our EDs. This group of patients present a myriad of cognitive and clinical challenges. So have a listen to this case and learn a few lessons, share your experiences too!
8 Sep 2016
Stump the Chump, RVTS Grand Round
This is a clinical case discussion I participated in for the RVTS Grand Rounds. Thanks to the team for inviting me and providing the audio tough case with lots of pearls to take away
18 Jul 2019
First10EM Journal Club: December 2018
The year is drawing to a close and we have just one more chance to learn from my very wise, ex-Canadian friend Dr Justin Morgenstern. In this month's episode, Justin and I discuss a bunch of papers. Topics include: Paediatric plastic poop OOHCA Airway options Weingart's suction failure Cricoid pressure is not-non-inferior to nothing a new nasal spray for SVT How much insulin is sweet? Parachutes: are they really worth the extra luggage fees?
20 Dec 2018
Lessons Hard Learned: Dr Victoria Stephen
This episode of Lessons Hard Learned comes from Johannesburg in South Africa - I am joined by Dr Tori Stephen to discuss a tough trauma case and some pearls from trauma on ultrasound and clinical decision-making in traumatic crises!.
4 Dec 2016
Lessons Hard Learned: Dr Andy Buck
Today's "Lesson" is all about knowing one's limitations, scope of practice and appreciating the little voice inside one's noggin. Dr Andy Buck is an ED Physician who works all over Australia, but is based in Melbourne where he runs the very excellent Emergency Trauma Management course. This is a case of procedural sedation which goes a little awry. It is a nice counterpoint to all of the stuff we hear about safety, "fasting status" and the classic - "easy intubation, rocky extubation" scenario.
26 Sep 2016