Holmesian Diagnostics

23 June, 2013 by: colinparker

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Last weekend I had the opportunity to present at the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine’s Winter Symposium in Broome, Western Australia.  The theme of the conference was ‘Not the Usual Suspects’, and it turned out to be a fantastic weekend: hard-edged science blended with art and humanity.

International keynote speaker David H Newman MD was truly inspiring – you can find him via his websites SmartEM.org and TheNNT.com.

Most of the important points raised by the speakers can be found on Twitter under the hashtag #ACEMWS13, thanks to sharing by a number of enthusiastic delegates.

No Ship, Sherlock? Holmesian Diagnostics for a Nautical Model

We recorded the audio from my talk using relatively low-end technology, so the audio quality is not perfect, but it’s OK.  The audio and the slides are not coupled together, so you can skip through the slides on their own, OR listen to the audio on its own.  To get the most out of it, do both at the same time – we suggest you open the PDF with thumbnails showing, to guide you regarding when to advance to the next slide.

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Open PDF in browser: ACEMWS13-NoShipSherlock

Thanks for listening… catch up soon via Twitter or our email updates.

Cheers

Colin

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