No movement – A/Prof David Mountain

It’s 8 a.m. and once again, I’m back in paradise. As expected, I see the patient I met at the door last night – he is actually calm and settled this morning; the amphetamines washed out quickly. Unfortunately one of the security boys had his nose smashed over night – this patient thought he was being attacked by aliens and took a swing at him.

Watch A/Prof. David Mountain re-tell No movement


imageNo movement by A/Prof David Mountain appears in EMERGENCY: Real Stories from Australia’s ED Doctors, available now from Penguin Books Australia.


imageA/Prof David Mountain

Dr David Mountain is senior lecturer in Emergency medicine, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Perth WA/University of WA. 27 years qualified with 24 years in Emergency mainly in Qld (5 years) and WA 19 years. His current appoitnment is 50% clinical/50% academic. Previously has been Head of the Emergency DEpt twice, president of the AMAWA, and heavily involved in hospital, national and state AMA and College organisations. He is regularly involved in representing the views of Emergency physicians and their patients in the public arena.

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