onthewards - Welcome to onthewards an innovative new educational website designed for prevocational doctors in Australia and beyond.Here you will find stimulating podcasts and commentary blogs on topics commonly faced by junior doctors on the wards.If you have any feedback or suggestions for content feel free to comment in the pod and blog sections or email us.We hope you enjoy exploring this website. There will be new podcasts and new content added regularly, so make sure to keep coming back.

  • http://www.onthewards.org/pods/110-perioperative-management-diabetic-patients/ onthewards :: 110: Perioperative management of diabetic patients - James talks to Dr Barbara Depczynski, Endocrinologist, about BSL monitoring, hypoglycaemics and insulin in the perioperative setting
  • http://www.onthewards.org/blog/2016/10/nothing-ventured-nothing-gained/ onthewards :: Nothing ventured, nothing gained - Dr Rob Zielinski, a Medical Oncologist living and working in Orange, moved from Sydney to Orange to complete a year of training more than 10 years ago. Rob writes about how his move to Orange became a catalyst for a major lifestyle change and the benefits and opportunities of working in regional and rural medicine.
  • http://www.onthewards.org/pods/109-vomiting-neonate/ onthewards :: 109: Vomiting in the neonate - Professor Nick Evans, Staff Specialist in Neonatal Medicine, discusses an approach to vomiting in the neonate
  • http://www.onthewards.org/blog/2016/10/tips-being-good-registrar/ onthewards :: Tips on being a good registrar - Dr Ken Liu writes and gives his tips on how to transition from working as a junior doctor to becoming a good registrar
  • http://www.onthewards.org/blog/2016/10/importance-asking-difficult-questions/ onthewards :: The importance of asking difficult questions - Suicidal thoughts, hallucinations and abuse are 3 different topics in the psychiatric interview that medical students and junior doctors often struggle with. What's the best way to broach these topics in the clinical setting? Dr Anthony Llewellyn, psychiatrist, writes about tackling these difficult questions
  • http://www.onthewards.org/blog/2016/10/creating-mentally-healthy-work-practices-across-large-medical-facilities/ onthewards :: Creating mentally healthy work practices across large medical facilities - Dr Geoff Toogood, Cardiologist and volunteer speaker for Beyondblue, writes about the complex stigma associated with seeking support for mental health issues among medical professionals who must work at their peak under pressure for long hours within large medical facilities
  • http://www.onthewards.org/pods/108-indigenous-health-top-end/ onthewards :: 108: Indigenous Health in the Top End - We head up to the Northern Territory for a special podcast. Dr. Kerrie Jones, Emergency Medicine Consultant, and Dr. Jess Tidswell, Emergency Medicine Registrar at the Royal Darwin Hospital discuss the cultural landscape of the Northern Territory and some of the social and communication challenges of Indigenous health in the top end
  • http://www.onthewards.org/blog/2016/10/what-if-hospitals-were-run-apple/ onthewards :: What if hospitals were run by Apple - The experience of presenting to the Apple Store Genius Bar might carry some important lessons for hospital workflows. Dr Martin Seneviratne, Resident Medical Officer, explains why.
  • http://www.onthewards.org/onthevids/part-1-fluid-assessment/ onthewards :: VID 2: Part 1 - Fluid Assessment - Interns and residents are often required to conduct a fluid assessment in the clinical setting. In this first video, a very basic introduction to fluid physiology is presented.
  • http://www.onthewards.org/pods/84-hyponatraemia/ onthewards :: 84: Hyponatraemia - Dr Darren Roberts talks about hyponatraemia, a common yet confusing topic for junior doctors on the wards
  • http://www.onthewards.org/pods/82-vertigo-and-dizziness/ onthewards :: 82: Vertigo and dizziness - James talks to Dr Katherine Spira about Vertigo and Dizziness, common symptoms that patients complain of when admitted to the hospital wards.
  • http://www.onthewards.org/pods/73-what-makes-good-intern/ onthewards :: 73: What makes a good Intern - Dr Ken Liu, Bridget Barbaro and Amy Freeman-Sanderson talk to James about what makes a good Intern
  • http://www.onthewards.org/onrequest/onthejobs/2015/04/curriculum-vitae-cv-inflation/ onthewards :: Curriculum vitae (CV) inflation - Dr James Edwards discusses the recent phenomenon of CV inflation amongst junior doctors, the factors driving CV inflation and its implications.

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