Team Bravo heads to Tacloban to continue the “shining light” that is the Australasian AusMAT medical response to Typhoon Haiyan. Be safe guys.
I just wanted to share here a link to an ABC write up of the AusMAT deployment in Tacloban after Typhoon Haiyan. Ian Norton and Mark Little are out there leading a team of dedicated folk around the clock, and will soon be relieved by a second team going out this week, led by Nick Coatsworth and our own Jo Kippax. Be safe guys.
As revenge for an incident best left unmentioned, Chris Nickson of LITFL.com and iTeachEM.com handed me the poisoned chalice of speaking on tPA for stroke at SMACC 2013. This is the result. (Un)fortunately there is no actual video footage as I wasn’t important enough, so my Finnish heavy metal air cello will be left to your imagination. The first embed is the audio plus slides, and there is an audio only version below that (which doesn’t work so well – the visuals are kind of key at times)
The slides/audio combo:
The audio only: