The podcast from the team at Don't Forget the Bubbles.
The DFTB Podcast – The Three Muskapeers Ride Again
In our second episode of ‘The Three Muskapeers’ Drs Damian Roland, Alasdair Munro and Ian Lewins have a chat about what’s new in the literature about COVID-19, including current challenges and controversies in Paediatrics. Contains scenes of rib-tickling.
Curiosity is the wick: Ross Fisher at DFTB19
This final talk from DFTB19 is something else. So sit down, pour yourself a cup of hot cocoa and listen to the mellifluous tones of Mr. Ross Fisher.
The Travelling Doctors Suitcase: Fiona Reilly at DFTB19
Fiona Reilly is many things as we found out at DFTB17. In this talk from the final plenary session of DFTB19 she takes us on a journey – from her early days working in rural Australia to now, working at a big city hospital – and she reminds us that there are always lessons we...
COVID-19 transmission in children
Damian catches up with Alasdair to discuss the evidence pertaining to transmission of COVID19 in children. They discuss the evidence as it stands and how its interpretation has been a focus for challenging scientific discussion and public discourse.
Emotional Contagion: Andrew Tagg at DFTB19
Andy has always had an affinity for John Carter, as played by Noah Wyle, from the TV series ER. The night ER premiered on UK television happened to be his very first ED shift as a medical student at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. He remembers sneaking away to the lounge to watch it. His...
Subtle Signs in Safeguarding: Giles Armstrong at DFTB19
Giles Armstrong reminds us that curiosity is needed for all of our young patients and that without it, we cannot truly care for them. We have to be the detectives and be prepared to ask the questions, not just to the routine questions, but to the unspoken ones. Giles presents us with some challenging, but...
Hugely Insightful Topics & Speakers
DFTB has such a friendly, sociable feel to it, it's easy to forget that I'm actually learning something from it! Some of the topics are refreshers and updates, but some are things that are completely new to me, both of which help me to feel that I'm on the right track, and give me new areas to research or update my clinical practice.
Despite my bias I'm still in awe of the quality, generosity, and compassion of so many of the speakers at DFTB17.
It's a wonderful feeling that their messages can be shared with the community now