In line with the Supervision Policy, we have finalised the online training for supervisors. It is available here for viewing. You will need to log in to the website to view this material.
Welcome to Episode 8 of the Official Podcast of the Royal NZ College of Urgent Care. This episode was recorded live at the Goodfellow Symposium and is a discussion with Emergency Medicine Specialist and President Elect of the ACEM – Dr John Bonning. Together with Dr Dave Sorrell (DCT for RNZCUC) we discuss investigating Pulmonary Embolism, Chest Pain and Head injury.
Dr. Dinesh Deonarain is a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of Urgent Care who is in Nepal on assignment. He is volunteering for the Himalayan Rescue Association as one of the Everest ER base camp doctors for the 2019 climbing season. This blog follows his experiences in the high alpine of the Everest region.
The 2019 AGM took place on Saturday at the Goodfellow symposium.
Click on the following link to see the results.
Welcome to this week’s Urgent Bite. Today we take a quick look at the Choosing Wisely initiative.
Welcome to this week’s Urgent Bite. Today we look at next week’s podcast recording that is happening on stage at the Goodfellow Symposium. It will be an interview with Emergency Medicine Specialist and President elect of the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine, Dr John Bonning.
Welcome to the Second Profile in Urgent Care. This episode we talk with Dr Claire Russell, an Urgent Care Physician in Hamilton, NZ, whose career has quite literally taken her around the world.
If you’re attending the specialist clinics, you need to let us know once you’ve completed them, so we can update your training programme record. We’ve improved the reporting form, which is available here.
Welcome to this weeks Urgent Bite. Today we look at a recent open access paper in the BMJ that looked at the effect immediate antibiotics had on bloodstream infections and all cause mortality in the elderly with UTI, compared to no antibiotics or delayed antibiotics. It is worth reading.
Welcome to Episode 7 of the Official Podcast of the Royal New Zealand College of Urgent Care.
Owing to illness and other scheduling problems there is no main talk this episode. We will endeavour to release the talk at a later date when recorded.