Laura Rock and Jenny Rudolph give strategies for managing interprofessional conflict at the bedside in a critical care setting.
The most challenging moments in resuscitation are often not the clinical decisions. Learning to react, accept, reset and engage is a psychological tool that can help us all.
Peer review lets you see yourself, and your abilities as the rest of the world sees you. Simon Carley
The secret of success in teams is not individual behaviour, it's team-based.At the core of every elite team is psychological safety with Chris Hicks
Technology is good for learning, but technology is bad for learning. Spot the difference and have a personal strategy to make a difference
Role plays are a very powerful way to teach and learn about our reactions to human emotions. Jessica Stokes-Parish, Renee Lim, Claire Richmond
Providing excellent peer feedback is broken down into 4 simple domains in the fantastic talk with Jenny Rudolph and the SMACC team
Dealing with high emotion in critical care causes us to react. This talk provides simple tools to manage those reactions. Chris Hicks and Jesse Spur
Dealing with high emotion in critical care causes us to react. This talk provides simple tools to manage those reactions.
Conflict between criminal investigation of medical error and patient safety
Oli Flower presents at the Get Creative workshop on how to communicate with graphics. We all use images to get our messages across - how can we do this more effectively?
The presentation guru Ross Fisher gives a workshop on how to be creative and engaging when you're presenting, no matter what your topic is.