Podcast #27 “smaccDUB with MJ Slabbert & Doug Lynch”

Capture Expect a steady  drip drip of great podcast and online material over the next few months as an army of great presenters, speakers and em professional prepare to upload their incredible talks from this years smaccDUB conference. Keep a watchfull eye out for talks from Simon Carley , Scott Weingart and Victoria Brazil to name a few. In anticipation of this great content I’m joined by MJ Slabbert and Doug Lynch to chat about their highlights and top talks at this years SMACC conference. We chat about the impact social media has had on us and how we see it being used in future #FOAMed, our favourite SMACC talk and meeting a few of our heroes. 

Our community of educators, Paramedics, EM Physicians and SMACC followers (or SMACC’ites as MJ referred to) is constantly pushing the boundaries on social media by discovering new ways to share knowledge. This conference was a marvellous excuse for me to re-discover my podcasting mojo and allowed me an opportunity to interview some of my favourite SoMe characters in the #FOAMed world.  It was this same community that coined the concept of #FOAMed only a few years earlier, free open access medical education. It was a podcast that I did with Andy Neill in 2012 that struck home how influential podcasting has been in the growth of #FOAMed. Join me, as I continue to play around with new apps, platforms, periscopes and mobile  pod casting tools.

During this podcast I used Periscope for the first time. This is not the first podcast I have recorded (see my Youtube Channel) but the first time I’ve used this app. Please watch, and leave a comment.

 

 

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My Guests Bio:


me HEMSBio: MJ Slabbert:
 MBChB FRCA DipIMCRCSEd MSc (Critical Care) FFICM DipRTMRCSEd

Dr. Marietjie (MJ) Slabbert completed medical school in South Africa, graduating as a doctor in 2001. She worked in Cape Town for 3-years doing emergency medicine, paediatric trauma, neonatology and obstetrics before moving to England where she specialized in Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine. She is actively involved in social media and free online access medical education (FOAMed). MJ has a passion for trauma anesthetics and critical care and has been involved in roadside critical care as an air ambulance physician since 2008. She has worked in helicopter EMS in South Africa, Australia and the UK and has now settled in Canada where she will be joining the Critical Care team at the University Hospital of Northern British Columbia as the new ICU Director.

My Guests Bio:


IMG_0771Bio: Doug Lynch:
 Born in Ireland with hereditary Itchy Foot Syndrome.
Peristaltic movement through 10 schools, 5 Universities, 3 citizenships and countless tangents.
Speaks too fast and has a funny accent. Doug Lynch has visited half the world and worked wherever he was wanted/allowed. Flirted with 4 or 5 Medical Specialties. (If thats what you call Emergency, ICU, Anaesthetics, Aero-Medical Retrieval and Remote General Practice.) Frustrated Paramedic with long list of pre-hospital dalliances; London, Washington DC, Melbourne and Outback Australia. Pathological Polymath. Philanthropic Hedonist. Intermittent optimist. Avowed Feminist. (If you have been paying attention you will know that every son should be a feminist because your mother is not a second class citizen.) Anti-authoritarian, anti-establishment, anti-violence, anti-fascist and not keen on anything primarily profit driven. Presently not paid for anything. Studying for a Masters of Law, Melbourne University. Writing a book called “Candida”. Idealist. Likes the sun. Hates fluorescent lighting.

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