The best advice ever given: “Never take advice from anyone prepared to give it to you”… plus some advice on how to give a ‘ripper’ talk or an effective presentation.
Have an idea for a talk or workshop at dasSMACC – submit it here! Remember, anyone who stands on stage at dasSMACC needs to be prepared to give the talk of his or her life in front of a crowd of nearly two-and-half-thousand people!
SMACC DUB has sold out. However, you can still attend by winning the SMACC BYTE competition or by entering an auction for a ‘golden ticket’. All auction proceeds go to Focus Ireland, a charity that fights homelessness in Ireland.
“Why don’t we wash our hands?” is a SMACCtalk that explores why hand hygiene targets remains such a challenge for healthcare workers.
Michelle Johnston spoke about ‘Failing Spectacularly’ at SMACC Chicago, sharing her own experiences while emphasising the central role of failure in medical learning.
The programme for smaccDUB is now complete – thanks for all the submissions!
Don’t miss out – get ready to register for smaccDUB – registration opens in less than 24 hours!
The all new SMACC website is up, as is the program. Registration opens soon… don’t miss out!
Submit your ideas for ‘SMACC Dublin 2016’ speakers and talk or workshop topics via this form — the SMACC team will do the rest.
The Life in the Fast Lane team remembers our departed friend and eternal inspiration, the brilliant Dr John Hinds.
Jesse Spurr recaps the SMACC Chicago in situ simulation workshop, “Leaving the Sim Lab Behind” (includes recommended resources)
The education Q&A from smaccGOLD featuring Jonathan Gatward, Rob Rogers, Victoria Brazil, Damian Roland, Irma Bilgrami and Lauren Westafer.