Providing excellent peer feedback is broken down into 4 simple domains in the fantastic talk with Jenny Rudolph and the SMACC team
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Dr Albert Chan from shares practical tips & resources for using simulation for Covid19 airway management based on the Hong Kong experience.
The most challenging moments in resuscitation are often not the clinical decisions. Learning to react, accept, reset and engage is a psychological tool that can help us all.
Role plays are a very powerful way to teach and learn about our reactions to human emotions. Jessica Stokes-Parish, Renee Lim, Claire Richmond
Dealing with high emotion in critical care causes us to react. This talk provides simple tools to manage those reactions. Chris Hicks and Jesse Spur
Dealing with high emotion in critical care causes us to react. This talk provides simple tools to manage those reactions.
More great FOAM for the clinician educator – the “Simulcast” podcast by Jesse Spurr, Victoria Brazil, and Ben Symons.
Mya Cubitt on the need for civility in the playground and the workplace, and how we can change culture to create a compassion revolution.
Here we discuss the seminal simulation article by Rudolph et al [PMID25188485]. Originally published as a PDF supplement on the Simulation Podcast back in December 2017, as part of their monthly Journal Club. I highly recommend reading the journal club summary and listening to the podcast at Simulcast Journal Club Podcast 10 & November Wrap. Rudolph JW, Raemer DB, Simon […]