On 18th July, the Victorian Intensive Care Network is proud to present Dr Sam Radford and Julian van Dijk, speaking on simulation, debrief and crisis resource management, at Fenix in Richmond. Sign up for VIN meetings by emailing email@example.com.
Dr Sam Radford is a Melbourne based Staff Specialist Physician Intensivist at the Austin Hospital and Warringal Private Hospital. Sam completed his training at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne in 2007. He has worked as a Consultant in many Intensive Care teams around Melbourne including the Royal Melbourne, Northern and Box Hill Hospitals.
Sam’s particular areas of interest is multi-disciplinary clinical education, especially regarding the care of deteriorating and critically unwell patients and the use of simulation. His other portfolio areas include Organ Donation and the administration of medical education for interns and HMOs throughout Austin Health.
Julian van Dijk is the current Simulation Coordinator at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne and is responsible for operations, program and faculty development. Julian has extensive experience in using simulation across Nursing, Medicine and Allied health disciplines. His primary research interests are instructor teaching practices, debriefing and the integration of simulation into health education curriculum.
This is a free event, with dinner and drinks included. All ICU and ED specialists, fellows and trainees are welcome.
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