Lizfranc injuries – These are injuries which should have a low threshold for suspicion and for arranging follow up! Around half of these are missed on first presentation!
The EMJ have recently released a series looking at diagnostic imaging in the foot. Excellent for those looking for a little more detail.
- If you see an interesting x-ray which would be useful for educating your colleagues then just drag and drop it into the anonymised folder ‘ED Abnormalities’ on our PACs system.
- RCEM learning
- BMJ learning (BMA membership or institutional access required)
- Queens University, Canada Emergency Medicine e-Learning module – Ankle Injuries
- If you have access to Clinical Key the why not follow this link to Raby’s Accident and Emergency Radiology: A Survival Guide, Third Edition (Institutional access and Athens login required)
- Why not try our own intranet quiz created by Mark Allen (need to be on site)
Examination techniqueJoint examination of the Foot & Ankle from NHS Media Hub on Vimeo.
- Handover presentations
- Highly recommended Andy Neill’s EmergencyMedicineIreland.com videos on ankle injuries and LisFrank injuries. Ideal for handover teaching.
- If you really have the time – The American College of Foot and Ankle Specialists have a large selection of podcasts