Category SMACC19
SMACC 2019 blue science innovation 340

Paediatric virtual reality

VR in paediatrics procedures. Those of us looking after kids know that making confronting situations better for those kids is one our biggest challenges.
SMACC 2019 red clinical critical care 340

REBEL vs SKEPTIC

Critical care controversies: Salim Rezaie (REBELEM) and Ken Milne (SGEM) go toe-to-toe debating some hot topics in critical care.
SMACC 2019 blue science innovation 340

Good Sam 2.0

Being able to open any mobile phone camera enables triage of scene (mechanism of injury) and patient (physiology). This enables better resource allocation and can start treatment sooner.
SMACC 2019 green community advocacy 340

FEMinPHEM

PHEM is a male dominated speciality but why is that? Caroline Leech takes us through the reasons why this inequity exists and how we can breakdown barriers.
SMACC 2019 blue science innovation 340

Paramedicine: beyond 2020

Gary Berkowitz provides a brief outline of the capabilities of HARU and some key principles that make it successful. Could this be a model for other ambulance services to follow in the future?
SMACC 2019 red clinical critical care 340

Straight up

Straight up (bilious babies) with Camille Wu. An overview of causes of surgical vomiting in the neonate. This includes malrotation-volvulus, intestinal atresias, necrotising enterocolitis.
SMACC 2019 blue science innovation 340

Building 21st Century Simulation

Mark Forrest, Halden Hutchinson-Bazely & Jason van der Velde talk to us about 21st century simulation. They discuss how tools such as augmented reality are advancing medicine and assisting clinicians.