Guest author Cliff Reid (@cliffreid) is an emergency physician and prehospital/ retrieval physician with Sydney HEMS. He is the creator of Resus.ME, and co-creator of the RAGE podcast and the Resuscitology course. Chris Nickson (LITFL co-editor) collaborates with Cliff on the RAGE podcast and the Resuscitology projects. You don’t need to go to conferences to […]
Cliff Reid and Brian Burns talk about a recent life-changing experience… participation in the amazing ATACC course. The Jocko Willink reference about “Good” is here: The reference to knowing about your limits: Cliff and his ATACC team Brian and his ATACC team Further Reading The ATACC CourseATACC on Twitter Thanks again for listening to the RAGE!
In specialist centres, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) is a now a mainstay of the management of cardio/respiratory failure refractory to other measures. However, much of the clinical information required to care for ECMO patients at the bedside remains inaccessible to learners. To address this, the creation of a free-to-access educational ECMO blog post is now […]
Sir Sydney Smith had humble beginnings in a village at the heart of the Otago gold fields, near the southern tip of New Zealand. After a stint in the New Zealand Army during the First World War and a colourful career as a medical investigator in colonial Egypt, he went on to hold the Chair […]
It is an exciting time to be an Educator involved in critical care in Australia and New Zealand! We now have an active interprofessional grassroots network working in collaboration with organisations such as CICM, ACCCN, ANZICS, ICN, ANZAHPE, and SMACC (among others!) to advance clinical education in critical care. This Network seeks to: promote and […]
The very last SMACC will be held in Sydney from 25-29 March 2019. The ticket ballot registration opens tomorrow, Monday 20 August 2018. The programme is fresh and the product of a diverse team of teams headed by Steve Mathieu (of The Bottom Line fame) bringing multiple perspectives to four different themes woven throughout the conference: Learning and CultureBedside Critical CarePeople […]