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Is there a doctor on the plane? Part 2 Want to know how you can be useful when the call goes out to join the “other” Mile-High Club? Dr Ian Hosegood is the medical director for a major international airline, and has exte …


Setting up for Success. Anthony Lewis highlights the importance of preparation and planning to minimise emergent airway failure.


In part 1 of 2, Dr Ian Hosegood gives a run-down of common mid-air emergencies, and issues faced when requesting a medical diversion for a plane.


Tools for success. David Pilcher examines the plethora of available tools for outcome prediction in critical care.


Levitan, Weingart, Hind, May, Neil – The Airway Experts discuss all things cricoid, BURP and checklists. Airway Q …


The St Emlyn’s crew have nicely summarised the recent London Trauma Conference so you can glean some of the latest pearls from the world of trauma…


David Gattas gives an update on Citrate – today’s go-to anti-coagulant for CRRT. Recorded live at an ICN NSW / ANZICS meeting in September ’14.


Bilgrami, Westafer, Gatward, Rogers, Brazil, Roland – FOAMed and the future of medical eduction. The education Q …


An interprofessional continuing education symposium for all critical care providers. Save the Date, 8 May 2015, Pullman Hotel, Albert Park, Melbourne.


O’s in the Nose. Richard Levitan’s tips and tricks for optimising the nasopharynx as part of your airway management.