Resuscitation is complicated, but the solutions don’t have to be. These are the psychological hacks that will help you conquer complexity and excel in dynamic environments.
Making Complex Problems Simple
Helping Without HarmingPhoebe Adams, , 2017, The Talks DASsmacc, communication in critical care, Debriefing, feedback, interprofessional education, negotiation, performance gaps, 0
You’ve been resuscitating the patient for hours and finally caught up with volume. You come back on your next...
The Age of TraumaKate, , 2017, Posters DASsmacc 2017, 0
Did Nietzsche Know Anything About Critical Illness Survivors? by Margaret HerridgePhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, Critical Illness Survivors, Nietzsche, 0
Traditionally, the focus of critical care has simply been on keeping patients alive. This is not enough, now we...
SMACCForce: Bringing Lessons from MERT back homePhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, MERT, smaccFORCE, 0
Bringing Lessons from MERT back home by Claire Park
SonoBYTE: Echo in Cardiac Arrest by Haney MallematPhoebe Adams, , The Talks DASsmacc, cardiac arrest, ECHO, SonoBYTE, 0
Ultrasound is an important adjunct for caring for cardiac arrest patients, but trans-thoracic can deter from important hands-on compressions....
Neuroimaging Nibble Subtle SAHPhoebe Adams, , 2017, The Talks DASsmacc, Uncategorized, CT, Subtle Subarachnoid haemorrhage, 0
Neuro Imaging Nibble: Subtle Subarachnoid haemorrhage on CT by Jordan Bonomo
‘Everything’ at the End of LifePhoebe Adams, , 2017, The Talks DASsmacc, critical care, Dying, End of life, 0
The meaning of ‘everything’ from the perspective of the patient, their family, their doctor and their health economist. We...