Dr Laura Rock describes how a simple emotion response tool, GIVE, can be used to help us connect, understand, and support one another. This is even more important during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Evolution is afoot. It‘s entirely possible you will have noticed a bit of an alteration in the world around us…How to be EPIC (in the time of COVID).
Overview of lung imaging for COVID-19 pneumonia, from a critical care perspective (Critical Care Compendium)
Dr Stacey Turner demonstrates the pros and cons of different strategies for apnoeic CPAP for pre-oxygenation of COVID-19 patients prior to intubation (video).
Dr Albert Chan shares his findings from simulation testing of the “aerosol box” for the intubation of COVID-19 patients.
Let it never be said that we resist change. We, the consultants in my ED, have been reinvented. We are now EPIC (…the Imperious).
Dr Clare Skinner shares a Christmas tale and insights on working with the Emergency Department Admitting Officer.
A quick update on the upcoming Resuscitology courses in Sydney and Melbourne in 2019.
The elephant in the Health living room is the budget. The money is going to the wrong places and into pockets rather than into real improvements in health outcomes. The answer may lie with the science of clinical practice variation and starting a public conversation on the subject.
The ten commandments of Emergency Medicine according to Wren and Slovis. Thinsg have changed, but how much?