Cliff Reid delivers another moving talk on when we should, and especially when we shouldn’t stop when resuscitating.
Reid – When Should Resuscitation Stop?
Brazil – Evidence-based Education: What Works?Lucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Education, Research, 0
Flipping the classroom. Victoria Brazil examines how different approaches to teaching can improve patient outcomes.
cartner, michaela— cardiac surgery… then cardiac arrestLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Cardiac, Resuscitation, 0
Cracking the chest. Michaela Cartner on the nuances of cardiac arrest post cardiac surgery.
Lewis, Anthony — ‘Can’t Ventilate, No Hospital’Lucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Airway, Resuscitation, Ventilation, 0
Setting up for Success. Anthony Lewis highlights the importance of preparation and planning to minimise emergent airway failure.
Johnston — Supersized patients, Supersized problemsLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Misc, Resuscitation, 0
Michelle Johnston tackles a weighty problem. The challenges of morbid obesity in trauma.
Surgical Airway by WeingartLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Airway, Resuscitation, 0
Scott Weingart unveils his mantra for the surgical airway, whilst exploring its vital role and the stigma surrounding it.
Roland — Evaluating EducationLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Education, Personal Development, 0
Education as an Intervention. Damian Roland highlights how patient outcomes should be a benchmark for the quality of our...
Weingart — State-of-the-Art Intra-Arrest CareLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Cardiac, Respiratory, Resus Mind, Resuscitation, 0
Weingart tackles the dogma and evidence around resuscitation algorithms brings us the concept of truely advanced life support.
OWN THE AIRWAY! BY LEVITANLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Airway, 0
The mental game. Richard Levitan on how our approach to the difficult airway benefits from planning and introspective affirmation.