#ADC_JC: We’re Top 5 Material

Shameless, we are. The now world-famous #ADC_JC – an online, Twitter-based, synchronous journal club addressing top articles of relevance to paediatrics & child health, has been Officially Recognised as in the Top 5 of such journal clubs. (Thanks @DrHillyHazel for pointing us to this.) In this article, a systematic approach to the Twitter stats of such […]

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The New-Look ADC_JC has arrived

Bristling with new folk, layered with many layers of intellectual finery, and repeatedly pointed at by folk around the world as an example of high-class education the ancient public school of Eton College has few similarities  with our online, twitter-based, journal club @ADC_JC. But both began new years, recently, and the Journal Club opened examining […]

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Another #ADC_JC in the bag

As some of you will be aware from being involved or lurking (nothing Yewtree about that …) the ADC_JC has been a worldwide Twitter phenomenon. Last month, we looked at Concussion presenting to the ED. The summary and story of the hour is captured brilliantly here : http://storify.com/dralangrayson/concussion-not-just-for-epl-footballers (splellng mistakes and all). Next month will see […]

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October #ADC_JC – can bruise location help us spot physical abuse?

October’s #ADC_JC discussed this paper on bruising patterns in children with physical abuse. Anyone working with children should be on the lookout for physical abuse – but can the number of bruises and the pattern of bruising actually tell us anything? We were joined by Professor Alison Kemp, one of the study authors and I […]

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