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Coda Change

Apr 6, 2020

Human factors are affecting our performance day to day. How do we make it easy for other people to work with us? Covering a wide array of issues, from PPE to simulation, Martin Bromiley, Liz Crowe and Oli Flower share valuable communications tactics, and the ways human factors affect teams and safety during the...


Apr 2, 2020

Many of us are having troubles sleeping. The levels of stress have impacted sleep. Are you waking up multiple times a night, not feeling rested? In this podcast Roger, Mary, Liz and Andrew Davies tackle the...


Mar 30, 2020

Frightened, anxious, unsure, overwhelmed- just a few of the emotions we are experiencing at the moment as the front line of the global public health crisis. Could it be that all the surrounding noise is provoking the fear? Roger, Mary, Liz and Jesse are discussing possible strategies on breaking free from the grips...


Feb 1, 2020

Laura Rock and Jenny Rudolph give strategies for managing interprofessional conflict at the bedside in a critical...


Feb 1, 2020

Since 1991-1992, competing for sepsis definitions have--with varying degrees of success--attempted to capture the difference between normal and abnormal host responses in order to help researchers and clinicians improve care. The most crucial basis of "usual care" in sepsis treatment is, simply, who is deemed fit...