Mastering Intensive Care 082 with Will Bonavia. An ICU trainee’s perspective on learning, culture and wellbeing
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 21 - Critical Care reviewing papers on cardiogenic shock, intravenous fluids in sepsis and lung protective ventilation strategies.
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 20 - Healthcare Worker Wellbeing reviewing papers on burnout in emergency medicine.
Mastering Intensive Care 080 with Tub Worthley. Dr. Lindsay Ian Grant "Tub" Worthley worked as an intensive care medical specialist at the Royal Adelaide hospital ICU between 1971 and 1991
Comms Lab 47: Advocacy Inquiry: Advocacy Inquiry is a powerful means of addressing concerning behaviour in others.
Mastering Intensive Care 079 Run Larapinta with fellow intensivist Ed Litton who shares his passion for adventure and ultra-endurance exercise.
Modern & innovative clinician education. Mastering Intensive Care 078 with Chris Nickson Intensivist and ECMO specialist
Comms Lab 46: SCARF: The Greatest Communication Tool You've Never Heard Of...? A brained based model for understanding and managing conflict.
Comms Lab 45: How to Ace your Interview. My experience on both sides of the interview desk to bring you my top five tips for acing your next job interview
Comms Lab 44: How to Manage A Micro-Manager (Part B); suggestions for an approach that is both evidence-based and workable in the real world.
Comms Lab 43: How to Manage A Micro-Manager (Part A); suggestions for an approach that is both evidence-based and workable in the real world.