JellyBean 041 with Jon Gatwood

Tracheostomy; Friend or Foe? Properly Interesting or Deathly Dull? Have you been bored to death or worse by one of these things?

It’s been a little while since I spoke to Jon Gatward: Intensivist, Simulationalist, Fashion Guru and Lycraffecionado.

He has a scary story to share. (It is not about the lycra.) You will discover why he has become synonymous with Risk, Planning for Disaster and indeed Guerrilla Simulation. This Jellybean was put on hold to await the Intensive Care Network (ICN) Podcast of the talk Jon gave at a previous Bedside Critical Care.

Unfortunately the folks at ICN have got a giant depository of great talks and I fell asleep while waiting for Jono.

Nonetheless you have a tracheostomy discussion here that needs to be heard. But remember if you had a tracheostomy then you do not always need to be heard.

The Tour de France is on and Lycra is once again okay.

Heeeeeere’s Jonny!

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Dr Doug Lynch MA MBBS MPHTM. Critical Carer. Pathological Polymath. Medical Journeyman. Idealist. Feminist. Father. Friend. Melbourne | @TheTopEnd | JellyBeans | Enquiring Minds |

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