Today’s guest is Deborah Cook, a compassionate and world-leading Canadian intensivist granting wishes at end of life.
Episode 45: Scott Weingart – Useful mental strategies of a thoughtful ED intensivist and hugely influential podcaster
Episode 44: Geoff Toogood – From severe depression to mental health advocacy through #CrazySocks4Docs
Mastering Intensive Care Episode 43 with Jo Stewart – Educating, leading, retaining and supporting Intensive Care nurses
Mastering Intensive Care Podcast 042 with Paul Young: Moving on as an ICU family after the death of a respected leader
Mastering Intensive Care with Andrew Davies: Episode 41: Rana Awdish – From In Shock to true connection with our patients
This week’s guest, Australian intensivist Dr Ed Litton, truly amazes and inspires me. Despite having a full-time clinical and research career, and a young family, Ed pursues his passion for adventure mostly through ultra-endurance exercise.
I hope you enjoy what I see to be a crash course of what we covered during 2018 and one that can help you to bring your best self to work in 2019.
Episode 38: Andrew Davies interviews June Goh – Leading by creating a family-like department culture (SG-ANZICS special episode)
Interview with Michael O’Leary – Dealing with the frustrations of the changing ICU landscape (SG-ANZICS special episode) Our ICUs might be growing larger in size but there seem to be the same number of very sick patients to care for overall. All of which means we seem to be admitting a greater proportion of less […]