“Ask the Expert…..Stroke Series”: Acute treatment of ischaemic stroke
CotEcast
by Association for Elderly Medicine Education
9M ago
Welcome to our new CotECast series: "Ask the Expert". This series we will be delving deeper into some of the hot topics in geriatrics and we are going to be starting with a stroke mini-series! This is the thrid episode in this mini-series and Dr Chris Taylor is back to discuss acute treatment of ischaemic strokes.   ..read more
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"Ask the Expert.....Stroke Series": Imaging
CotEcast
by AEME
1y ago
Welcome to the second episode in our new CotECast series: "Ask the Expert". In this series we will be delving deeper into some of the hot topics in geriatrics and we have started with a stroke mini-series! Today we are joined by Dr Chris Taylor, stroke physician, to discuss imaging in patients with suspected stroke.    ..read more
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"Ask the Expert.....Stroke Series": Diagnosis and Assessment
CotEcast
by Association For Elderly Medicine Education
1y ago
Welcome to our new CotECast series: "Ask the Expert". This series we will be delving deeper into some of the hot topics in geriatrics and we are going to be starting with a stroke mini-series! Today we are joined by Dr Chris Taylor, stroke physician, to discuss diagnosis and assessment of patients with a suspected stroke.    Useful Links: Shake,rattle and roll: The Epley Manoeuvre (and Dix Hallpike) MiniGem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4XHPWFajQs&t=113s   Peter Johns HINTS examination educational video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1q-VTKPweuk ..read more
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"What we've learnt this week...." Episode 14
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by Association for Elderly Medicine Education
2y ago
Welcome to the fourteenth episode in the "What we've learnt this week..." series. These are short 15 minute or so podcasts where we discuss topics we have encountered in the preceding weeks; whether it be on the wards, in a journal, at teaching or even on Twitter! Join Christina, Dilani, Emma and Hannah this week as they discuss an unusual cause of medication related hypernatraemia, CT head scans as part of delirium work up, FRAX and progressive supranuclear palsy.  Useful links this week:  FRAX: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/FRAX/ Sign Guideline 157: https://www.sign.ac.uk/media/1423 ..read more
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"What we've learnt this week...." Episode 13
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by Association for Elderly Medicine Education
2y ago
Welcome back to CotEcast! Having had a little break from recording due to Covid-19 the AEME gang are back with the thirteenth episode in the “What we’ve learnt this week…” series. These are short 15 minute or so podcasts where we discuss topics we have encountered in the preceding weeks; whether it be on the wards, in a journal, at teaching or even on Twitter! This week Chris, Christina, Dilani, Hannah and Emma discuss tips for assessing and managing delirium in inpatient and patients at the end of life; serotonin syndrome; stroke myth busting and highlighting how our elderly patients oft ..read more
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AEME's top tips for new doctors
CotEcast
by Association for Elderly Medicine Education
2y ago
Christina, Dilani, Emma and Hannah get together this week to talk about their top tips for the new doctors!  ..read more
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"What we've learnt this week...."Episode 12
CotEcast
by Association for Elderly Medicine Education
2y ago
Welcome to the twelfth episode in the "What we've learnt this week..." series. These are short 15 minute or so podcasts where we discuss topics we have encountered in the preceding weeks; whether it be on the wards, in a journal, at teaching or even on Twitter!   This week Chris, Christina, Dilani, Hannah and Emma discuss clues pointing to malabsorptive syndromes, the MUST score, the HALT-IT trial, the short-comings of an erect chest xray and alcohol histories in our older patients!  ..read more
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CotEcast Reflections on Covid-19
CotEcast
by Association for Elderly Medicine Education
2y ago
Welcome back to CotEcast! After a bit of a break from recording Chris, Emma, Christina and Dilani are back to reflect on some of the learning points they have taken from away looking after older people during the Covid-19 pandemic.    Useful links this week:    1. Covid 19 in the older adult poster BGS website, Dr Lara Mitchell  https://www.bgs.org.uk/sites/default/files/content/attachment/2020-06-02/COVID19intheolderadultposterFINAL.pdf 2. Health Education England SupportT digital resources/webinars https://www.hee.nhs.uk/our-work/doctors-training/supporting-doctors-r ..read more
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"What we've learnt this week..." Episode 11
CotEcast
by Association for Elderly Medicine Education
2y ago
Welcome to the eleventh episode in the "What we've learnt this week..." series. These are short 15 minute or so podcasts where we discuss topics we have encountered in the preceding weeks; whether it be on the wards, in a journal, at teaching or even on Twitter! This week Nick, Christina and Emma discuss causes of vertigo, how to correctly take a bisphosphonate, managing diabetes at the end of life and restless leg syndrome.   Useful links: Vertigo: https://www.bmj.com/content/366/bmj.l5215/infographic Mini-gem: http://aeme.org.uk/mini-gem-shake-rattle-and-roll-the-epley-manoeuvre/ NECN p ..read more
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"What we've learnt this week"....Episode 10
CotEcast
by Association for Elderly Medicine Education
2y ago
Welcome to the tenth episode in the "What we've learnt this week..." series. These are short, 15 minute podcasts where we discuss topics that we have encountered the preceding week; whether it be on the wards, in a journal, at teaching or even on Twitter! This week Nick, Christina and Emma discuss silver trauma.   Useful links:   https://www.rcem.ac.uk/RCEM/Quality-Policy/Clinical_Standards_Guidance/RCEM_Guidance.aspx?WebsiteKey=b3d6bb2a-abba-44ed-b758-467776a958cd&hkey=862bd964-0363-4f7f-bdab-89e4a68c9de4&RCEM_Guidance=5.   https://www.rcemlearning.co.uk/foamed/silver-t ..read more
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