This is a first of a series where I and Nathan Blake answer questions and generally talk about med tech and clinical innovation in a relaxed fashion. Warning! The podcast is over an hour long, is tangential and also contains personal anecdotes and light politics. As opposed to the inspirational clinicians section that tries to … Continue reading Bryan Podcast: Episode 1
Every now and again I have a twitter day. This means that when I’m out or doing something mundane I will scroll through my twitter feeds responding to multiple tweets and then responding to the replies. Until I develop the self-control of only responding to a few posts I will not be able to do … Continue reading No evidence for parachutes is rarely a clever response
coAs it is for many doctors and nurses maths and mathematical modelling isn’t covered much in education. This doesn’t mean that the undergraduate education needs an overhaul. There is a lot of learn when training to be a nurse or doctor. However, when doctors and nurses start finding their way in the clinical setting some … Continue reading How to construct a mathematical model
During my clinical career in emergency medicine, I have made the transition to physics graduate, computer programmer and mathematical modeller. Working with doctors and nurses on the front line whilst doing this has given me the insight as to how front line clinicians view certain concepts. There’s a general misunderstanding on what a physics degree … Continue reading Why Machine learning in Medicine?