Michael Parr’s ‘how-to’ for optimising hospital care: systematic, protocol driven, and technology intense.
MICHAEL PARR on TRAUMA PERFORMANCE: HOW GOOD CAN YOU GET?
ALEX TZANNES on PHARM in REVIEWKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Research, 0
Alex Tzannes reviews the latest developments and contention in pre-hospital and retrieval medicine in 2013.
HOLLEY: TRANSFUSION & COAGULOPATHYKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Haematology, Resuscitation, Trauma, 0
Holley analyses the cascade of events in bleeding trauma patients and describes how Australia’s latest evidenced-based guidelines on transfusion...
SIMON CARLEY: EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND SUBVERSIONKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Education, Personal Development, 0
Carley considers the future of open access and traditional forms of education.
VICTORIA BRAZIL: PRESENT BETTER WITH TECHKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Education, Misc, 0
Victoria Brazil gets you clued up in the art of presentations from newbie to tech savvy in 30 minutes.
SCOTT WEINGART: PATH TO INSANITYKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Personal Development, Resuscitation, 0
Join Scott Weingart on the path to excellence strewn with medical books, and a list of journals which is...
ANTHONY DELANEY on Goal Directed Therapy: Where are the goalposts?Kate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Cardiac, Misc, Resuscitation, Sepsis, 0
Anthony Delaney (@thearisestudy) examines the evidence for usefulness of goal directed therapy in the septic patient.
ANTHONEY HOLLEY on WAR: WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?Kate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Resuscitation, Trauma, 0
Anthony Holley brings a military perspective to advances made in trauma management on and off the battlefield.
JEREMY COHEN: ‘ROIDS IN SEPSISKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Research, Sepsis, 0
Intensivist Jeremy Cohen drills down on the thinking and value of using steroids in sepsis and the current evidence...