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This paper is the most comprehensive and intelligent on trauma airway management I have read in a long time

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If you're and educator looking for an excuse to come to CPH it doesn't get much better than The Teaching Course paying us a visit 21-23 June.

If you haven't heard of the teaching institute: http://scanfoam.org/das-teaching-course-what-why-how/

Oddly, this has not sold out. So, for a limited time, one day tickets are on offer for those with too little time or too specific interests to do the whole course. Get it while it lasts.

Links to book:

Day 1: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=AVZFZMC6Z282N
Day 2: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=EQ4SN5DXJ7G7S
Day 3: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=Q7B5XG8678THQ
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Second talk out from #SWEETS17.

Stuart Duffin on difficulty of prognostication in severe TBI. Commit or omit?

http://scanfoam.org/prognosis-in-tbi-a-hard-nut-to-crack/

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First talk out from #SWEETS17. This one by Jonathan Ilicki on extremes of CA physiology.

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"All of us will suffer -- it's not optional. Some will suffer more, some less. The issue isn't suffering, it's how we walk through it, and how we help others walk through it."

Samuel Shem in this 2013 interview reflects on lessons learnt during the 34 years since his famous and quite brilliant House of God and how he would now add another 4 laws to the 13 put forward by the Fat Man in the book.

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RIP, Leonard Cohen.

What a horrendous year so far, 2016, on so many fronts.

Here's to opening our hearts and minds and building a better world not on hate, denial and dumbing down, but on love, generousity, curiosity of mind and meeting 'the other' compassionately.

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Next up in our series with experts on simulation is is Jenny W Rudolph from Center for Medical Simulation at Harvard. Enjoy!

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Jesse Spurr lends us his thoughts in the "How I Sim" series.

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New series on scanfoam.org aims to bring out the voices in healthcare simulation.
Extremely proud to have Victoria Brazil open up.

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Sandra Viggers' talk from #smaccDUB  is out now on scanFOAM.org. Enjoy.
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