Trauma care should be easy… shouldn’t it? So why doesn’t it feel easy? The clinical component is the easy bit, the challenge is the non-technical factors.
In the critical care specialties we have to make things happen, sometimes this involves life-saving actions that may have never before performed. We must be ready, after all, in the words of Peter Safar, "it's up to us to save the world!"
Resuscitology - the art and science of saving lives - is a two-day residential course for resuscitationists in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia
Resuscitology isn’t really a course or a conference though. It’s a gathering of like-minded Resuscitationists who want to learn from each other on how to optimise their practice.
Cliff Reid and Brian Burns talk about a recent life-changing experience… participation in the amazing ATACC course.
'Three Men and a Microphone' is a special edition of the RAGE podcast (let's face it, RAGE podcasts are so infrequent they're all special!) featuring RAGE Resusciteer Cliff Reid in conversation with these special guest RAGErs:
Cliff Reid - tasked with delivering a talk titled 'What a great job!'
A RAGE podcast team taster with Cliff Reid at SMACC
I’ve been thinking about FOAM since SMACC2013 (Social Media and Critical Care)…thinking a lot and talking to some friends. I’ve cleared my desk literally and figuratively for a while and intend to read a lot and spend sometime away from…