Becoming competent in airway management requires good decision making and and technical skills. Ultimately what matters is how your clinical performance impacts patient outcomes. For this we need to have a clear understanding of what defines success ensuring that its more than just ‘getting the tube’. Come to this talk and you’ll experience a Canadian take on Guinness, adventure sports, flying a plane and how other factors including failure influence airway management outcomes.
Anyone Can Intubate, or Not: Teaching airway skills the antifragile way
DasSMACC: Richmond, Hicks, Lim, Gatward. Learning from Sim – Leah’s storyPhoebe Adams, , Uncategorized, 0
At DasSMACC we saw three talks which investigated the role of simulation training in medicine. Clare Richmond, Chris Hicks...
Critical Care Procedures: Intraosseus InsertionKa, , Uncategorized, Cadaver Lab, critical care, Emergency Procedures, Intraosseus Insertion, 0
Critical Care Proceedures: Intraosseus Insertion SMACC Chicago Cadaver Lab Video 1. Intraosseous line insertion techniques – Proximal & Distal...
Q&A: The Future of CMEKa, , Uncategorized, brazil, Gatward, heart, Panel Review, Q&A, The Future Continued Medical Education, 0
Q&A: The Future of CME Heart, Brazil and Gatward discuss The Future of Continued Medical Education in this SMACC...
SMACCForce: Force of habit-effective situational awareness in resuscitationPhoebe Adams, , Uncategorized, 0
SMACCForce: Force of habit-effective situational awareness in resuscitation by Mike Lauria
Jonathan’s StoryPhoebe Adams, , Uncategorized, acute chest, narrative, opioids, pain management, sickle cell, 0
Jonathan and his wife Anna thought they were coming to the emergency department for a routine sickle cell pain...
Who should pull the trigger on tPA for acute ischemic stroke? by Rhonda CadenaPhoebe Adams, , Uncategorized, 0
Who should pull the trigger on tPA for acute ischemic stroke? by Rhonda Cadena
The challenges in the prehospital management of sick kidsPhoebe Adams, , 2016, The Talks smaccDUB 2016, Uncategorized, paediatics, prehospital, SMACCDub, Trauma, 0
Fight, Flight and (more commonly) Freeze are common reactions when faced with the critically ill child. In this talk...