The ANZCEN Clinician Educator Incubator will launch in April 2020. If this is your thing, you need to get your EOI in by February 15th 2020!
Knowing how to manage dying is just as important as preventing it. – Alex Psirides
A neonates journey, just what feedback would your neonatal patient give you after 3 months of intensive care? Insight into the world of a NICU with Trish Woods
The delivery of nutrition to the critically ill is incredibly complex. There is little evidence that providing standard nutritional requirements of 25K/cal/Kg improves outcome. Foremost amongst this evidence is the TARGET trial, a large randomised controlled trial of 4000 patients in Intensive care
A quick update on the upcoming Resuscitology courses in Sydney and Melbourne in 2019.
Medicine, mindfulness, movement, mental (ill)health and creativity. Guest post: Dr Elizabeth Winson (@DrLemmingo). Liz is a intensive care doctor in Melbourne, Australia.
Werner Theodore Otto Forßman (1904 – 1979) was a German Doctor, Nobel Laureate and a pioneer of interventional cardiology.
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.