Safer care, out there

Over the last year I have been working with the Victorian Paediatric Clinical Network on a project to encourage healthcare providers to use recognised clinical practice guidelines. By looking at adult and paediatric guidelines for a number of high risk clinical conditions such as anaphylaxis, status epilepticus and severe life threatening asthma we’ve been trying… …

Maintenance of Oxygenation during Rapid Sequence Intubation in the Emergency Department By John C. Sakles MD

Open access article! Maintenance of Oxygenation during Rapid Sequence Intubation in the Emergency Department Filed under: Online critical airway training Tagged: 2017, apnoeic, john-sakles, oxygenation, preoxygenation Continue Reading → The post Maintenance of Oxygenation during Rapid Sequence Intubation in the Emergency Department By John C. Sakles MD appeared first on FOAM EM RSS. Source: http://www.foamem.com/

type not font

Type not font influences the reception of a message. I’m grateful to my friend Bob Connelly for this guest post where he shares some ideas on the use of type in supportive media. Importantly this is about type, not font….Read more The post type not font appeared first on p cubed presentations. Continue Reading → …

College of Intensive Care Medicine x Jellybean – Number 2 in a special series of 4 Co-Branded Podcasts

Professor Jules Wendon Jules Wendon  is the Professor of Hepatology and Executive Medical Director at Kings College London. When it comes to the intensive care hepatology there are few people that have done more to shape our knowledge and practice than Jules Wendon. Jules travelled to Australia to share her knowledge at the CICM Annual …