DFTB: Beyond Essentials for Groups

50% discount on groups of 10 or more  •  Lifetime access to all the recorded on demand content.

See full details and programme below.

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Group Access Details

After purchase we will approve your group and set this up in our system (please allow two working days). We will then send you instructions and a simple enrolment link which you can provide to your students for course access.

Your members will receive lifetime access to all the recorded on demand content.

*Note: Group leaders purchasing this product will also be required to signup via the registration link provided to gain access to the course.

Course Details

DFTB Beyond Essentials is a follow up to DFTB Essentials which allows us to have a more advanced level of discussion. Where DFTB Essentials covered the core knowledge, DFTB Beyond Essentials takes a deeper dive. We have put together a programme covering key clinical questions we ask ourselves in PEM.

This analysis and discussion will help inform your decision making to deliver effective, evidence-based care.

We will consider the evidence base around questions such as:

This baby’s fever is because of their immunisations, right?

Lumps and bumps – leave, reduce or remove?

Should I stop this baby’s cow’s milk?

This analysis and discussion will help inform your decision making to deliver effective, evidence-based care.

 

Introduction

0755-0800 Welcome
Tessa Davis
0800-0815 An introduction to decision making
Henry Goldstein
0815-0830 Playing the odds and understanding outcomes
Damian Roland
0830-0840 Grab a cup of tea

Respiratory

0840-0905 When should I use intravenous therapy in this asthmatic child?
Ben Lawton
0905-0930 Do I use high flow or CPAP for this deteriorating bronchiolitic infant?
Andrew Tagg
0930-0950 Grab a cup of tea

Cardiology

0950-1015 When do I need to contact the cardiologist for this child with chest pain?
Ari Horton
1015-1040 “They had major heart surgery as a baby” – is that relevant now?
Ben Lawton
1040-1100 Grab a cup of tea

Trauma

1100-1125 The head injury guidelines say scan but the child is so well, do I really need to?
Nikki Abela
1125-1150 What are the indications for scanning this child’s spine, and would an x-ray do?
Tessa Davis
1150-1220 Lunch

Gastro/Surgical

1220-1245 Does a child with gastroenteritis ever need an intravenous line?
Damian Roland
1245-1310 Lumps and bumps – leave, reduce or remove?
Ross Fisher
1310-1330 Grab a cup of tea

Allergy

1330-1355 Did this child have a simple allergy or is it actually anaphylaxis?
Andrew Tagg
1355-1420 Should I stop this baby’s cow’s milk?
Ian Lewins
1440-1450 Grab a cup of tea

Neonatal

1450-1515 This baby’s fever is because of their immunisations, right?
Sonia Joseph
1515-1540 Does this baby’s murmur need a cardiology review?
Jasmine Antoine
1540-1600 Grab a cup of tea

Neuro/Development

1600-1625 Does this child with a headache need a scan?
Dani Hall
1625-1650 What kind of occult pathology should I be considering in a child with autism/PDD?
Henry Goldstein
1650-1710 Grab a cup of tea

Infectious Diseases

1710-1735 Do I really need to make this family wait for their febrile, immunised child to do a clean catch urine?
Dani Hall
1735-1800 Is this Kawasaki disease, a COVID inflammatory syndrome or something else?
Damian Roland
1800-1805 Close
Dani Hall – Paediatric Emergency Physician
Damian Roland – Paediatric Emergency Physician
Becky Platt – Advanced Clinical Practitioner
Ian Lewins – Paediatric Emergency Physician
Tessa Davis – Paediatric Emergency Physician
Ben Lawton – Paediatric Emergency Physician
Andrew Tagg – Emergency Physician
Grace Leo – Paediatric Emergency Registrar
Henry Goldstein – Paediatric Advanced Trainee
Nikki Abela – Emergency Medicine Consultant
Ari Horton – Paediatric Cardiologist
Jasmine Antoine – Neonatologist
Sonia Joseph – Consultant Paediatrician
Ross Fisher – Paediatric Surgeon