Podcast #28 “Tim Leeuwenburg & Ryan Wubben”

Capture22One of the greatest pleasures I had at the SMACCDUB2016 conference was to meet and chat to some of my favourite #FOAMed heroes. In this podcast I chat to Tim Leeuwenburg and Ryan Wubben about the impact that the SMACC conference and community has had on them both. This podcast/vLog looks back at some of the great sessions at SMACCDUB and offers some recommendations of who to listen to or follow in the #FOAMed world. 

 

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.

At the time of recording we where all waiting for the release of the next destination for Smacc 2017. It would be Berlin June 2017

I had delayed the release of this podcast as most of the great talks had not yet been made available, but now that most are up on sites it may be well worth your time to listen to some of the ones mentioned. Please have a look at the show notes below for the links. If subsequent talks do get released or changed I will try and update this post, but your assistance would be appreciated

 

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My Guests Bio:


wubben_ryan_2015_croppedBio: Ryan Wubben:

Did my undergraduate degree at the University of Illinois in Anthropology and Archaeology. Then went to the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health for medical school. Residency training in Emergency Medicine at Indiana University, where I worked as faculty attending for a year. Did a few years of private practice in North Carolina, before returning to the University of Wisconsin in 2004.
Have been an emergency medicine and flight physician at UW since 2004, but also medical director of our flight program since 2008.

My Guests Bio:

Leeuwenberg_TimBio: Tim Leeuwenburg:

Rural Procedural Doctor working in private practice on Kangaroo Island, South Australia. My interests include Emergency Medicine, Trauma, Anaesthetics, Human Factors & the use of ‘guerilla sim’ for in situ training. I am an avid user & creator of #FOAMed content, aiming to help rural doctors maintain their expertise across disciplines & help them to deiver “quality care, out there”

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