All the RAGE team in one room, at smaccGOLD, with our friends Oli Flower, Rich Levitan, Scott Weingart, Mark Wilson and John Hinds.
Mads Astvad of scanfoam.org to come and chat to me about everything Danish. He didn’t do that. He had his own ideas. Brilliant.
Peter Brindley - Human factors including being a good person, listening well and tackling burnout
RAGEback on RAGE III discussion of severe life-threatening acute asthma. Mary Shue on THAM, Greg Miller on lignocaine; Scott Weingart on NIV.
Sport! More sport! The Rio Olympics are in full flow. A sports mad yet sensible woman. It’s Dr Ruth Bird from #SMACCdub
Brian Cuthbertson - On important non-technical skills like mentorship, teamwork and family meetings
The entire RAGE team were at smaccGOLD, and we loved every minute of it. Of course, Cliff Reid stole the show as per usual with his talk on ‘When should resuscitation stop?” (look out for it on the SMACC podcast…
Sydney HEMS smaccGOLD SimWars video entry
Worse things happen at sea. A dapper chap. An adventurous fellow. Andrew Tagg from Don't Forget the Bubbles in one of the funnier Jellybeans
In this episode of Mastering Intensive Care, Andrew Davies talks to Sara Gray about self-compassion and much, much more.
Rage Session III features 'What's bubbling up?', acute life-threatening asthma, 'medical reversal', Ether and so-called words of wisdom.
Kat Evans shares two interesting stories; #FOAMed in the resource poor world and a personal story about transcontinental medical management