The Mastering Intensive Care podcast was created to help and inspire intensive care clinicians to improve the care we give to our patients by providing interesting and thought-provoking conversations with highly respected and experienced clinicians.
In each episode, Andrew Davies, an intensivist from Frankston Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, speaks with a guest for the purpose of hearing their perspectives on the habits and behaviours that they believe are the most important for improving the outcomes of our patients. Things like bringing our best selves to work each day, optimal communication, coping with stress and preventing burn out, working well in a team, and interacting with patient’s families and the many other health professionals we deal with on a daily basis.
The podcast is less about the drugs, devices and procedures that can be administered and more about the habits, behaviours and philosophies that can help intensive care clinicians to master the craft of intensive care.
|033||DR-DRE, swimming pool, ABCDEF bundle|
|032||Whangarei, Richard, death|
|030||polo, italy, London, end of life care, ethical aspects of intensive care, rapid response systems|
|029||Florence Nightingale, nurse, ICU nursing|
|028||serendipitous, ANZICS, Clinical Trials Group, icuresearch|
|027||respiratory medicine, MANIC Course|
|026||balance, Brisbane, MANIC Course, Princess Alexandra Hospital, square-rigging, sailing|
|025||drsarahyong, Women In Intensive Care Medicine Network, womenintensive|
|022||Felicity Hawker medal|
|021||Clinical Human Factors Group, CHFG, Elaine Bromiley|
|020||iwashyna, University of Michigan|
|014||Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre|
|013||Mindfulness-based stress reduction, MBSR|