Jellybeanz time…talking about talking about dying with Dr Steve Philpot, Master of Communication.
Andrew Davies talks to Flavia Machado about Mastering Intensive Care: limited resources, saying “I don’t know”, communication, & more.
Andrew Davies talks MIC with Peter Brindley about human factors including being a good person, listening well and tackling burnout
In this episode of Mastering Intensive Care, Andrew Davies has an interview with Colin McArthur. It features superb career reflections on aspects like giving feedback, saying no and valuing intensive care nurses.
Episode 10 of Mastering Intensive Care features Prof Imogen Mitchell, an intensivist focused on communication and clinical decision-making.
If only I knew my camshaft from my timing belt then I might even be ready for a career change…
Communication researcher Lorelei Lingard shows how competent individuals form incompetent teams when communication fails and why this happens.
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.
Communicating with family about organ donation after cardiac death (DCD).
Selling patients is sad reality of life as an emergency doctor, will things be worse when the four hour rule is adopted Australia wide?
Information can be conveyed via many different methods and the brain has a great ability to store this information in a meaningful context. While words have been doing a great job at exchanging information sometimes a simple picture can say a thousand words.
Here are some more tips and strategies for managing the turbulent flow of life in a busy emergency department, continuing on from Part 1. 6. Manage your time Use slow times to recharge Eat, drink, and tell a few jokes. Plan procedures Pick times when the right people, the right equipment and the right space […]