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viernes, 5 de julio de 2019

GI Emergencies

StEmlynsLIVE - By Chris Gray - July 5, 2019
"I was really privileged to give a talk on upper GI/gastrointestinal emergencies last year at St Emlyn’s LIVE. You can read more on the overwhelming impostor syndrome I felt standing there not only with, but also in front of and talking to, such a wealth of experience in emergency medicine and critical care, echoed in Nat’s post from a few years ago. You can watch the talk below or listen to the podcast on our iTunes channel. This blog is designed to give you the background behind the talk.
However, this post isn’t about impostor syndrome, and we’ve got no time to worry about that anyway. The bat phone has just gone off. It’s a red standby..."