Scott Weingart simplifies emergent data on our approaches to early, goal-directed therapy in sepsis. How a little goes a long way.
Weingart — Sepsis in New York: Our first 15,000 patients
Punk Rock, Top Gun and the Resus RoomLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Misc, Resus Mind, 0
Tales from past lives. Deniz Tek regales the crowd with unlikely parallels between his other loves; music, aviation and...
Brown— Is the Peer Reviewed Journal Dead?Lucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Education, Research, 0
Tony Brown’s emotive expose on the bias of medical research and publication. The flaws in our current paradigms.
Brohi, Karim — Triumph over TraumaLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Patient Safety, Personal Development, Resuscitation, Trauma, 0
Brohi dissects why trauma management has changed so dramatically in the last 20 years and how it may look...
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.
Regan – Getting It Right The First TimeLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Airway, Paeds, Resuscitation, 0
Do our kids deserve the best ? Luke Regan on what pre-hospital care can teach us about paediatric intubation.
mile high anaesthesia by healyLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Airway, Resuscitation, 0
Geoff Healy rises above traditional views on the use of anaesthesia, highlighting the unique challenges and key role it...
icu echo, now in 3d – by janinLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Ultrasound, 0
The single best test ? Pierre Janin examines the use of transthoracic echo in ICU. The best possible applications...
Reid, Cliff — Resuscitation DogmalysisLucy Timms, , The Talks smaccGold 2014, Misc, Resus Mind, Resuscitation, 0
The ABC’s of practicing what we preach. Cliff Reid examines the over-complication of resuscitation and our need to return...