Roger Pye offers up a graphic description of advances in ECMO and ECMO retrieval services.
ROGER PYE: ECMO ANYWHERE
MICHAEL PARR on TRAUMA PERFORMANCE: HOW GOOD CAN YOU GET?Kate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Patient Safety, Personal Development, Resuscitation, Trauma, 0
Michael Parr’s ‘how-to’ for optimising hospital care: systematic, protocol driven, and technology intense.
BRIAN BURNS: ALWAYS CARRY YOUR SCALPELKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Resuscitation, Trauma, 0
Brian Burns gives you all the right reasons to carry a blade.
JOE LEX: AN OLD DOG LEARNING NEW TRICKSKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Education, Personal Development, 0
Lex reflects upon the art of learning in the field of medicine as an indispensible practise for medical professionals.
KANE GUTHRIE on FOAM: In ReviewKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Research, 0
Guthrie is an author for Life in the Fast Lane and in this talk he packs in plenty of...
CASEY PARKER on THE MACGYVER DILEMMAKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, LATHER, Resus Mind, Resuscitation, 0
Casey Parker offers up some juicy generalist knowledge from his experience in the far north west of Australia. For...
CLIFF REID: HOW TO BE A HEROKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Personal Development, Resus Mind, Resuscitation, 0
Cliff Reid’s talk is not to be missed as he takes medical care to a whole new level. Prepare...
MICHELLE JOHNSTON: LESSONS from the CLASSICSKate, , The Talks smacc1 2013, Personal Development, 0
Johnston draws us away from the the dry aptness of medical texts to prise open our more expressive, sensitive...
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...