The Victorian Intensive Care Network has Charlie Corke and Chris Nickson talking about the successes and failures of our current ICU teaching.
Want more confidence to deal with medical emergencies? Want to learn how to run a MET call? Want to know what to do before the ICU team arrives? Then the Clinical Course in Acute Care Medicine is for you. Run over 4 days (16-19 January 2014) at Eastern Health and convened by the well regarded Prof […]
Dr Joanne Grindlay (ED) and Mr Ben Thompson (General Surgeon) talk about their involvement in the Australian Disaster Response team.
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 […]
ACPEL society presents Prof Robin Taylor with a video on providing “A Good Death” for end stage COPD patients.
Are you curious about what motivates us? Money? Think again. Watch this YouTube video by RSAnimate and Dan Pink on Motivation, and you might be surprised..
On 9th May, the Victorian Intensive Care Network is proud to present Professor Jamie Cooper and Dr Dashiell Gantner, speaking at the RACV Club, in Melbourne. We are very privileged to hear these two researchers, who will talk on the latest ICU studies and translating research into practice. Professor Cooper is Monash University Director of the Australian and New Zealand Intensive […]
Communication is a core skill for every doctor.The Victorian Intensive Care Network welcomes Drs D’Costa and Philpot to talk on Communication in ICU.
Victorian Intensive Care Network presents Dr Stephen Warrillow to discus acute hepatic failure and liver transplantation.
Trauma in the ER with no back-up: To pull or not to pull…. We find out what Weingart would do, and the outcome of this sphincter-tightening trauma tribulation.
Trauma in the ER with no back-up: a knife in the back. To pull or not to pull…. What would you do? Or better yet, what would Weingart do?
A patient is day 1 post-laparotomy. his abdomen feels tight and his urine output has dropped off… Can you save the day in this gastrointestinal gutwrencher?