In Australia alone thousands of people have an out of hospital cardiac arrest each year. Only 10% survive. It’s a very scary and dangerous rollercoaster. No better place to talk about that than under a real roller-coaster under the Sydney Harbour Bridge with Paul Middleton.
What is the future of Artificial Intelligence and critical care medicine? I ask Rinaldo Bellomo after 30 years at the pointy end of critical care research
Government #FOAMed Warning; Life in the Fast Lane is apparently addictive. You have been warned. (It’s Jellybean 075 with Aidan Baron; @ALittleMedic )
ars Lundell is a Legend of Scandinavian Surgery. From small beginnings in rural Sweden to the biggest issues in bariatric surgery, Lars has plenty to say. This one has controversy, criticism, care, laughter and a lot of rat surgery.
Prof John Marshall may be one of the biggest stars in Sepsis Research but he wanted to be Ingmar Bergman…
College of Intensive Care Medicine x Jellybean. 4 podcasts from the latest CICM ASM. Episode 1 with Charlie Corke
Jonah Roche talks Code of Conduct and more sense here trying to stop people dying and possibly making the job of a policeman more rewarding.
NGO’s from Oxford to South Sudan. Corruption! We need a cop, a super cop, a stylish sleuth, a sort of crime-buster for NGO’s…Oliver May
Frank Gaillard, the creator of Radiopedia. Radiopedia is a very big thing but it started out as a way to avoid studying, surely something we can all relate to…
Under Siege. Under fire. Undergraduate. The remarkable journey of Dr Hanna Kaade; from Aleppo to Berlin and from the Red Crescent to #dasSMACC.
What is it like to be a student volunteer at SMACC? Claire and Saskia (@ClaireYelmorb and @saskia_port) talk about how they ended up working at #dasSMACC
You thought you were just trying to pass some bloody exam but then Dr Michelle Withers ended up in the Australian version of the Paris-Dakar Rally.