Do you want to advance crit care education in Australia & New Zealand? Come to the (free) Clinician Educators Unconference, 10 October 2018!
Early bird rego for Critical Care Collaborative 2018 is closing soon – come learn the right stuff at the right price for registrars & nurses!
Michelle Withers writes about the Medical Retrieval and Consultation Centre (MRaCC) in Alice Springs. Sounds like a great place to work!
Psychological safety is essential to an effective debrief, which is why the “Safe Container” prebrief is so important. But is it everything?
The next ANZICS Safety & Quality Conference is coming… 30 – 31 July 2018. The focus is interprofessional, with best possible patient care as the goal. Abstract submissions close 25 May 2018. Early bird registration close 8 June 2018. Hope to see you there!
Those we carry: “All of us have our own burdens, names chiselled on our hearts. We carry their bodies in silence. We carry them alone, refusing to cry. We hold them close, and keep the living at arm’s length.”
“Everything ECMO” is a series of case-based Q&A blog posts from the Alfred ICU aimed at demystifying the knowledge required to care for ECMO patients at the bedside.
Part One is a fantastic new FOAM resource created by Jake Barlow for critical care trainees preparing for basic science examinations, specifically the CICM and ANZCA first part examinations held in Australasia.
The most extreme ‘medical extremes’ as of 2018: “off the chart” lab parameters, and other ‘extreme’ findings and occurrences from the world of medicine.
Resuscitology – the art and science of saving lives – is a two-day residential course for resuscitationists in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia on May 9-10th 2018.
The ALiEM Faculty Incubator is a year-long professional development program for educators, which enrols members into a mentored digital community of practice.
Has Medutainment Replaced Education?… A debate between Chris Nickson and Bala Venkatesh from the ANZICS ASM 2017.