Get inside the mind of a newborn and go back to your fetal state to unlock the key to caring for sick neonates.
Learn about the Imposter Syndrome and how it holds us back in our careers.No matter where you are in your career, this could be the game changer for you!
Peter McCanny is part of the LearnECMO team. Here he explains some of the background & history of ECMO CPR, what the evidence is & where we’re heading.
Steve Morgan and Sophie Connolly unravel the determinants and quantification of pulmonary diffusion.
Non-malignant acquired haematological disorders in critical care – DIC, TTP, HUS and other MAHAs, ADAMST13, HIT and NETosis,
Many, many studies show outcome can be predicted early, even in the ED – if so, do we need to adopt a different approach to management?
This lecture reviews adrenaline therapy in cardiac arrest resuscitation: history, hemodynamics, survival impact controversy and potential new strategies.
Nick Pigott takes the resus room perspective on paediatric cardiac problems.
Every prehospital mission involves a series of complex decisions, with inevitable trade offs. How do we ensure that we make the correct choices for our patients?
This talk addresses some of the challenges encountered when communicating with children and their families.