EDExam Podcast Episode 9 – Working with simulated patients in OSCE exams

In this episode I interview two professional simulated patients who provide a unique insight into the use of simulated patients in high stakes exams.  Steph and Cecilia have been working for universities and specialty colleges as simulated patients in OSCE-style exams for several years and in this very relaxed and fun interview they give us […]

Melbourne based med students seeking casual employment – enquire within!

I’m the director of Emergency Trauma Management, a Melbourne-based medical education company. We have a casual office assistant position that would be ideal for a medical student looking for a casual, flexible job. Details below: Attention Melbourne based medical students: Are you seeking flexible casual employment to help pay your uni bills? Emergency Trauma Management […]

The Home Made Lumbar Puncture Task Trainer

The Saga of the Home Made Lumbar Puncture Task Trainer Thanks for all the re-tweets about this model and all of the requests for instructions on how to make it.   This trainer was made for the ED Procedures Junior Doctors/Paramedics Course: And yes, it was a saga. Possibly better suited to a multi-chapter book […]