Today we talk to Dr Avijit Barai about how to approach managing migraines.
Registration is open for the 2021 Emergency Management of Severe Burns (EMSB) courses, held across Australasia by the ANZBA. This course will benefit all who work in UC but especially anyone working rurally or in ED. The ANZBA website also has other educational material, resources, and information so is worth checking out.
Have any of you tried this trick to help stop an anterior epistaxis?
We’re busy completing the latest draft of the revised recertification programme. Next week we’ll post the programme on the website, and we aim to hold a webinar in the following week to allow members to ask questions about the programme.
For now, please see the key differences between the current and draft future programme.
The Sustainable Healthcare and Climate Health Conference Aotearoa would like your feedback on what topics, themes and delivery mechanisms would be of a value to you.
The truth? You can’t handle the truth!
What should we tell our patients or our patients parents about their condition or diagnosis.
Do we actually know what’s wrong?
Soft tissue knee injuries in Kids. A lot of this applies to adults but this is the paediatric focus from DFTB team.
A rare type of shoulder dislocation that can be diagnosed from across the room.
Dr Kyle Perrin talks to us about the conservative management of moderate to large spontaneous primary pneumothoraces. He was a co-author on a recent paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Nominations for the election of four Medical Council of New Zealand members are now open.