Mastering Intensive Care

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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.

The Concept

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.

The Podcasts

EpisodeInterviewee
059Steve McGloughlinCOVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, coronavirus
058Claire DaviesCOVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, coronavirus
057Georg Auzinger
056Journal Review
055Mervyn Singer
0512019 in Review
050Andrew Daviesnew normal, orford, andrew davies
049Hugh MontgomeryClimate change
048Laura Rockcommunication, good communicator, optimal communication, emotion
047Matt Morganwhy we sleep, author, critical,
046Deborah CookDeborah Cook
045Scott Weingartemcrit, podcast
044Geoff Toogoodcrazy socks, beyond blue, lifeline, depression, crazysocks4docs, suicide, insight, SBS, cardiology
043Jo Stewartgiant mind, smiling mind, insight timer, international nurses day, intensive care, nurse, nursing,
042Paul Young
041Rana AwdishIn Shock My Journey from Death to Recovery and the Redemptive Power of Hope
040Ed Littonrottnest, western australia
039Best of 2018
037

Michael O’Leary

Dealing with the frustrations of the changing ICU landscape (SG-ANZICS special episode)
038

June Goh

Human Organ Transplant Act, HOTA, Jione Goh-Rin, Singapore
036

Hayley Gershengorn

035

Paul Wischmeyer

TARGET
034

Marianne Chapman

033

Wes Ely

DR-DRE, swimming pool, ABCDEF bundle
032

Kate Harding

Whangarei, Richard, death
031

Jean-Louis Vincent

ISICEM, jlvincen
030

Francesca Rubulotta

polo, italy, London, end of life care, ethical aspects of intensive care, rapid response systems
029

Claire Davies

Florence Nightingale, nurse, ICU nursing
028

Simon Finfer

serendipitous, ANZICS, Clinical Trials Group, icuresearch
027

John Santamaria

respiratory medicine, MANIC Course
026

Peter Kruger

balance, Brisbane, MANIC Course, Princess Alexandra Hospital, square-rigging, sailing
025

Sarah Yong

drsarahyong, Women In Intensive Care Medicine Network, womenintensive
024

Best of 2017 II

Top
023

Best of 2017 I

Top
022

Felicity Hawker

Felicity Hawker medal
021

Martin Bromiley

Clinical Human Factors Group, CHFG, Elaine Bromiley
020

Jack Iwashyna

iwashyna, University of Michigan
019

Alex Psirides

018

John Marshall

surgeon
017

Flavia Machado

016

Charles Gomersall

015

Peter Brindley

burnout
014

Brian Cuthbertson

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
013

Sara Gray

Mindfulness-based stress reduction, MBSR
012

Julia Wendon

011

Colin McArthur

010

Imogen Mitchell

009

John Myburgh

008

Dianne Stephens

007

Charlie Corke

006

Craig French

005

Jamie Cooper

Alfred, MONASH
004

Neil Orford

Geelong
003

Rinaldo Bellomo

Austin
002

John Botha

Frankston
001

Andrew Davies Introduction

Mastering Internsive Care 700

Mastering Intensive Care

with Andrew Davies