DevelopingEM is a new direction in medical education, combining cutting edge training in critical care medicine, with a focus on providing a meaningful contribution to medical professionals in developing regions through an inclusive and philanthropic approach.
Nicola Stanley describes how ultrasound has changed the way we do critical care procedures and in the video, shows you a few new tricks.
Want to subscribe to Podcasts on your Android device? Ever thought they are just for iOS? Marianne explains step-by-step how to get podcasts on your phone.
The allure of false idols? Lauren Westafer examines how FOAMed compares to traditional medical education. Are patient outcomes being affected?
Ray Raper examines the continued use of the pulmonary artery catheter in critical care. Are alternative monitors up to the task ?
John Myburgh on decompressive craniectomy. Myburgh discusses the management of raised intracranial pressure (ICP) and what to do when the options run out.
Simon Finfer will talk at the next ICN NSW meeting on the Light and the Dark Side of Research and Publication. One not to be missed. 7th August at RNSH.
Transcatheter Aortic-Valve Implantation for Aortic Stenosis – who should get it and what does it look like afterwards. A free talk at RPA on 29.07.14.
Bedside Critical Care Conference – September 29-October 3 2014: The holiday in paradise where you learn crit care! Only a few places left so book now.
Tracheostomy Tips: The first podcast by ICN Nurse, a new section on ICN created by Crit Care nurses on topics that are relevant and practical.