LOCATION: Bali – Padma Resort Bali at Legian (2.5hrs / 5 day) – Monday, 1st July 2013 – 04:00PM Our ‘Acute Medical and Surgical CT Interpretation’ course is the perfect introduction to computed tomography in the acute clinical setting. Designed in a systematic learning format, the course covers acquisition, normal variations, patterns of disease & […]
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University of Western Australia. Completed 4th year undergraduate MBBS. Have deferred studies for 2013. Will resume 5th year in 2014.
It was clear that’s the way it was going to be ever since stepping off the plane in Honiara, with no staff at customs and only one person manning the ‘nationals’ desk. Although our connecting flight out to the island of San Cristobal, located in the Makira Ulawa province, was due to leave, it was […]
Current Position: Registrar (Anaesthesia)
QUESTION: I just found out that I have an inguinal hernia and am trying to find good information on whether or not I should be surfing / swimming / cycling. I’ve currently stopped all these activities, and the pain is currently minimal. No precise details about the hernia itself as I’ve not yet met with […]
Current Position: Final year med student at Bart’s and the London school of medicine and dentistry Emergency dentist and locum maxillofacial sho
Currently on an intermission between first year and second year at Deakin University in Waurn Ponds Australia. The intermission leaves me travelling all over Europe looking for the best waves I can and preparing myself for the next decade of medical training.
Hi guys , For those of you who made it to the G-land Conference just a big thanks for making the effort . It was yet another epic mission , and there was a decent free-flow of ideas and information during the very well presented talks .The surf also complied , and the waves pumped […]
Reporting in from G-land . The 3rd annual Surfing Doctors Conference has drawn to a close and everyone went away feeling positive and relaxed. The conference went off well and a big thank you to Raymond and all the crew at G-land surf camp for putting on an epic show !!! You guys were great. […]
Well we are nearing the end of the 3rd annural Surfing Doctors conference and so far so good. It has been an interesting week, filled with informative talks and scenarios, a few parties and plenty of waves. There has been a great turn out – with about 20 docs in total and the vibe at […]
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Anticipated Locum Tenens-both domestically and abroad hopefully. I last worked the 8-5 clinic thing at Barrington Family Medicine.
Current position: Part time locum RMO and full time itinerant
Hi all…. Good news….we can confirm that the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetist have given up approval for CPD points as follows: ANZCA CPD Participants may claim the following CPD credits for their attendance at the 3rd Annual Surfing Doctors Conference 2012; Category 1 Level 1, Lectures and conference. One CPD credit per […]
Hi all- conference transport- there are fast boats going on the 16th Sept at the moment, and if there’s enough in the way of numbers we would like to charter one on the 17th as well- can you please, please, please lock in your transport requests with the camp asap. There’s an overland option as […]
The guys went in with a small boat – not the usual boat that Polly drives. ( Polly usually has a med kit ) Swell was solid, 15ft – up to 20ft sets. The guys were towing, and local surfer Dustin Hollick was on the ski. Zadda got towed into this beast, and lost it on the step at the bottom.
I am a 38 y/o family physician who has been surfing since I was 5. I recently flew down to Nicaragua to chase a swell (got some really fun waves). While I was in the country I serendipitously was called into action. A young 17 y/o got smacked in his eye with his board-thankfully the injury did not effect his cornea or other important structures. He did however cut his lower lid and was scared he lost his eye.
Then felt my chin and once again ended up feeling my teeth, this time not via my mouth but via the second newly created mouth just below by original one. Better get off to the hospital I thought…
Nurse – Medical Team – APLNG Site, Curtis Island, Gladstone, QLD. Flight Nurse (ICU Paramedic Equivalent) Air Ambulance NSW, Sydney, NSW.
Conference Update! Guys- we really need to to get your accommodation and transport to the G-land from Bali organised ASAP. There are limited AC rooms/ Fan Bungalows at the camp, and otherwise accommodation is in Backpacker style accommodation – so please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to get your choices locked […]