Never underestimate the simple things we do to our patients. How did your patient feel that time you took several attempts to place a CVC? What might happen after a dose of haloperidol for delirium? In this compelling episode, Professor Paul Wischmeyer, shares some of his experiences as a patient in the ICU. Since he […]
Mastering Intensive Care
Do you have too many career interests outside of your basic clinical practice? Are your daily focus areas as few as three? Family, clinical and perhaps one other thing? In this episode Australian intensivist, Marianne Chapman, speaks about how she keeps her life under control by focusing on her big three – family, clinical and research. […]
Do you spend time finding out what the “why” is for your patient? Have you considered it’s not what is the matter with the patient but what matters to the patient? What the patient thinks their purpose is? Or at the very least, what they wish for during the next part of life, however short […]
Dr Kate Harding – Losing Richard – What can we learn from her intensivist husband’s shocking death?
Jean-Louis Vincent – The Intensive Care ward round should not be boring
Francesca Rubulotta – Clinical simplicity, passionate leadership and educational innovation