Episode 10 of Mastering Intensive Care features Prof Imogen Mitchell, an intensivist focused on communication and clinical decision-making.
Doug Lynch interviews Dr David Anderson – an eloquent and erudite individual with an interest in end of life care in the critical care world.
Victoria Brazil sets the scene for talks at smaccGOLD with ‘Timing, Tribes and STEMIs’ about tribalism in healthcare and how we can make it better.
Chris Nickson and Rob Mac Sweeney review the Critical Care Reviews ‘Best of the Rest’ articles from 2013 on the SMACC podcast.
Thankfully, the end of smaccGOLD is just the beginning… SMACC will be in Chicago next year and all the talks will be podcasted starting with this video of the opening ceremony.
Chris Nickson and Rob Mac Sweeney review the Critical Care Reviews best guidelines, reviews and commentaries of 2013 on the SMACC podcast.
Chris Nickson and Rob Mac Sweeney review the Critical Care Reviews Top Ten randomised controlled trials of 2013 on the SMACC podcast.
Finally, the launch of the RAGE podcast is almost a reality… Recording is underway, featuring a core team of ‘FOAM all stars’ from the prehospital, emergency medicine and intensive care arenas. It will feature no-holds-barred panel discussions on topics we — and, more importantly, you — think are worth talking about in critical care. There […]
Creating the EMCC podcast database and unified EMpodcast feed so readers are better able to ‘hear a pin drop in a Foo Fighters mosh pit’
‘All Doctors are Jackasses’ is the title of a talk I gave at SMACC in March 2013 — here is the description of the talk, the slides, the audio, references and links to resources that will help you learn more.
Tessa Davis spoke at SMACC about her journey to becoming a medical app developer, she shares the lessons she learned in ‘How to Create a Medical App’.
‘Shock… Do We Know It When We See It?’ was a talk by Michelle Johnston at SMACC2013 – you can listen to the audio here and check out the background material and references. Enjoy!