Flavia Machado - Improving communication, saying “I don’t know” and working with limited resources
In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, this episode focuses on the pandemic planning all ICUs should be doing - if they haven’t already been overwhelmed.
Our need to bring our best selves to work has become more important in the face of this COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the globe. Many intensive care clinicians are presently overwhelmed by escalating numbers of critically ill COVID-19 patients whilst many…
Andrew Davies speaks with Dr Georg Auzinger who in 1997 moved from Austria to Australia to train in intensive care at the same ICU I was beginning my first job as a specialist intensivist
In this episode I talk about what’s been recently published in the medical literature to help you master intensive care from a humanity point of view.
Anyone who has heard UK intensivist Prof Mervyn Singer speak at an Intensive Care conference will no doubt enjoy listening to him speak on this episode of Mastering Intensive Care.
If you reflect on and put into action many of the perspectives shared on this podcast, and if your colleagues do too, I truly believe your ICUs should improve in the care you deliver. That’s not to say you don’t…
To celebrate the 50 episode milestone, podcast host and intensivist Andrew Davies (yes that’s me) is in the spotlight.
British intensivist, Professor Hugh Montgomery, a deeply passionate and highly intelligent man, who was a founding member of the UK Climate and Health Council, and who has helped raise awareness about climate change for over 2 decades.
Dr Laura Rock, an American intensivist, who reminds us on this podcast that communication skills are learnable
Andrew Davies talks with Matt Morgan - Mixing science, history, emotion and humanity in telling Critical stories. Mastering Intensive Care Podcast
Today’s guest is Deborah Cook, a compassionate and world-leading Canadian intensivist granting wishes at end of life.