Archive for January 2020

Think Sepsis.  We talk with Dr Paul Huggan of the Sepsis Trust of New Zealand about Sepsis, what it is, and how we can identify it earlier in Urgent Care.

Sepsis Trust NZ website

https://www.sepsis.org.nz

Clinical tools

https://www.sepsis.org.nz/clinical-tools/

BPAC guidelines

https://bpac.org.nz/guidelines/4/

 

 

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Full Grip by ScoreSquad

 

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Good self care and compassion can make us better doctors.

 

Compassion in Healthcare Conference 2020 - Saturday March 28th - Owen G Glenn Building at the University of Auckland

https://www.compassioninhealthcare.co.nz

 

Metro UK Article by Dr Samantha Batt-Rawden

https://metro.co.uk/2020/01/13/dont-look-doctors-no-one-care-patients-12009732/

Check out our talk with Dr Zeehan Qureshi on Burnout

https://rnzcuc.podbean.com/e/we-need-to-talk-about-burnout-featuring-dr-zeshan-qureshi/

 

BMJ article on costs to healthcare from burnout

https://www.bmj.com/content/365/bmj.l2361

BMJ article - burnout linked to suboptimal patient care

https://www.bmj.com/content/362/bmj.k3771

 

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What mimics cellulitis?  We ask Dr Amanda Oakley, Consultant Dermatologist, Adjunct Associate Professor at Auckland University and founder of Dermnet.

https://www.dermnetnz.org/topics/cellulitis-mimics/

 

In case you missed our chat to Dr Justin Morgenstern on the use of IV versus PO antibiotics for cellulitis - check it out here

https://rnzcuc.podbean.com/e/cme-interview-iv-versus-po-antibiotics-for-cellulitis-with-dr-justin-morgenstern/

 

 

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Full Grip by ScoreSquad

 

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Twitter is a great source of little tips and tricks.  Today we look at four tweets that convey practice changing information or simple little things to improve your quality of life, all in less than 280 characters.

Check out the College Twitter page to see the original tweets.

 

 

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When Santa came to Urgent Care with some vague symptoms that could be attributable to a wide range of conditions, the answer was in the history.  Thanks to Dr Dinesh Deonarain for providing the answers.

 

Wilderness Medical Society guidelines on mountain sickness

https://www.wemjournal.org/article/S1080-6032(19)30090-0/fulltext

 

In this podcast, the part of Santa was played by Dr Zoë Cruse.  Diolch yn fawr iawn

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Christmas Elves by Francesco D'Andrea

 

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