Lizzie Wortley, ST7 paediatrics It can be really easy to get frustrated when working. We know that even when seeing ten wheezers a day, they… Read More »Social Paediatrics: Time to Come to the Party
Bryony Hopkinshaw, Jonathan Broad, Lisa Murphy, and Sarah Boutros A 28 week gestation child is born premature requiring NICU admission following an unbooked pregnancy. Mum’s… Read More »NHS for All? Part 3 – Maternity/Neonatal Care & Supporting Survivors of Trafficking
Bryony Hopkinshaw, Jonathan Broad, Lisa Murphy, and Sarah Boutros Khalid is a 7-year-old boy who had an episode of severe asthma 6 months ago and… Read More »NHS for All? Part 2 – Access to Primary Care and Harms Due to Charging
Bryony Hopkinshaw, Jonathan Broad, Lisa Murphy, and Sarah Boutros Aisha is a 3-month-old baby who presented three days ago with severe breathing difficulty, and was… Read More »NHS for All? Part 1 – NHS Charging Regulations & Inpatient Care
Elizabeth Jones and Charlotte Clements Lymphadenopathy is pretty common in children and it can be a sign of nothing much (a reaction to a virus… Read More »Lymphadenopathy: A Pain in the Neck or Something More Serious?
Ji Soo Kim (@KimneyJ), Wesley Hayes, Detlef Bockenhauer Back for more? Fantastic. Today we talk all things DCT – distal convoluted tubule. But if you… Read More »Tubulopathies Day 4: Distal Convoluted Tubule
Dr Constantinos Kanaris, PICU and retrieval consultant; @DrKanaris This blog is written with an aim to dispel the myth that 0.9% saline is superior to… Read More »Hartmann’s in Hyperkalaemia: is that o(k)+?
Thanks for returning to the second installment of this story. If you haven’t read Part 1, you can find it here. As mentioned before, the… Read More »Pro-Vac Conversations in Vaccine Hesitancy: Part 2
Aimee Henry, Marty Hanna, Vincent McLarnon, Colm Darby, Rachel Hearst, Shilpa Shah Here’s a story that’s never been told before. Or has it? We’ll let… Read More »Pro-Vac Conversations in Vaccine Hesitancy