SMACC

SMACCForce: Prehospital Neurosurgery by Mark Wilson

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SMACCMini: I am the Decider

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Category:general -- posted at: 6:00pm AEST

SMACCMini: He's a bit different, he's a surgeon by Ross Fisher

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Category:general -- posted at: 3:00pm AEST

SMACCMini: The snakes and ladders of paediatric DKA - how to win every time by Heather Murray

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm AEST

SMACCMini: So you think you can dance? Play and purposeful skills in PEM by David Krieser

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Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am AEST

Hardcore ICU: Critical Care game changers

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Category:general -- posted at: 6:00pm AEST

Hardcore ICU: Talking to patients and their families about critical illness

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Category:general -- posted at: 3:00pm AEST

SMACCMini - Micro by Hazel Hilton

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:56pm AEST

Hardcore ICI: End of Life Care in the ICU

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm AEST

Hardcore ICU: Panel Debate

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Hardcore ICU: When I prescribe blood on ICU

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Hardcore ICU: Anticoagulation for RRT: Heparin or Citrate?

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Hardcore ICU: What does raised ICP mean?

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm AEST

Hardcore ICU: Rewriting the sepsis definitions for low to middle income countries

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Hardcore ICU: You cured their sepsis so why are they back in my ED?

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Hardcore ICU: Managing refractory hypoxaemia

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Hardcore EM: Next Level Lung US

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm AEST

Hardcore EM: How an Emergency Physician Thinks

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Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am AEST

Neuro ICU: DEBATE: Currently randomised controlled trials are of no use in advancing the care of patients with severe traumatic brain injury

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Category:general -- posted at: 3:00pm AEST

Neuro ICU: Organ Donation: Ethical issues including ECMO and organ donation

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm AEST

Neuro ICU: Organ Donation: Preserving organs for donation (temp, fluids)

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Neuro ICU: SAH: Cerebral salt wasting (real or imaginary)

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Neuro ICU: SAH: Diagnosis/vasospasm (prevention and management)

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Neuro ICU - ICH: To operate or not

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm AEST

Neuro ICU: TBI: The elderly: decrying nihilism

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Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am AEST

Neuro ICU: TBI: Using MRI as a prognostic tool by Virginia Newcombe

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Neuro ICU: TBI: When would I decompress? by Mark Wilson

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Neuro ICU: TBI: Still more questions than answers by Simon Finfer

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:47am AEST

SMACCForce: E-CPR - Panel by Brian Burns, Paul Gowens, Lional Lamhaut, Steve Bernard, Nikki Stamp, Alice Hutin

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SMACCForce: Rant - Scene Safety is Bullshit by Christina Heron

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:21pm AEST

SMACCForce: Two Minute Remote Rant Everest by Sanjeeb Bhandari

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SMACCForce: Force of habit-effective situational awareness in resuscitation by Mike Lauria

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Category:general -- posted at: 10:50am AEST

SMACCForce: LIVE EMS Nation Podcast - "Feeding the Flame" by Faizan Arshad, Raed Arafat, Lamhaut and Anne Creaton

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SMACCForce: Paramedics Under Siege by Craig Wylie

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SMACCMini: It's not okay: culture, communication and conversations in critical care by Nat May.

 

Note on podcast: unfortunately this recording from #DasSMACC skips in a couple of places. It doesn't impact the exceptional quality of this talk, we just wanted to give you the heads up. SMACC Team.

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Category:general -- posted at: 2:15pm AEST

SMACCMini: The art of induction - how not lose them in the first 15 minutes / Intubating sick kids - small holes, big problems by Charles Larson and Andrew Beck.

 

Note on podcast: unfortunately this recording from #DasSMACC skips in a couple of places. It doesn't impact the exceptional quality of this talk, we just wanted to give you the heads up. SMACC Team.

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SMACCForce: Silver Care - Panel by Conor Deasy, Gregor Prosen, Mark Wilson, Raed Arafat, Cheryl Cameron

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Hardcore ICU: How kissing a frog can save your life by Matt Morgan

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SMACCMini: Living dangerously - CPR for the Fontan patient by Timo de Raad

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Hardcore ICU: Should we be admitting over 80's to the ICU? by Camilla Strom

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Hardcore ICU: Fluids: what, when and why? by Manu Malbrain

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Hardcore EM: Gut Ultrasound: The Next Frontier by Lauren Westafer

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SMACCForce: Command gradient error in Prehospital Care by Neil Jeffers

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SMACCForce: Cognitive offloading for critical care retrieval by Stephen Hearns

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:39pm AEST

Critical care is viewed from different perspectives. How to clinicians, patients and families experience this life changing part of the health care system?

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:27am AEST

While much of resuscitation focuses on the dramatic early minutes to hours of critical illness, many patients stay for days or weeks in the ICU. This talk will ask: why do patients get stuck in the ICU, and what might we do better to improve their care?

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:26pm AEST

After getting his chance to interrogate SMACC Superstars the people finally get their chance to get their own back as everyman Iain Beardsell asks the questions that everyone wants an answer to. Covering a wide range of topics it will focus on Peter's previous SMACC talks, including subjects such as teamwork and burn out and no doubt reliving his interviews across the week.

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The appearance of high quality hand held ultrasound machines mean we will all have imaging available at our finger tips. This talk details a personal study on the impact this can have on families. It also outlines the frequency of incidental findings and raises questions regarding the risk:benefit ratio in the discovery of an incidental finding. The financial and emotional costs of incidental findings are also enormous. For those practicing POCUS - the simple single question focused form of bedside ultrasound - one should remain focused and not be distracted by incidental findings you are not qualified or taught to recognise. Communication regarding the limitations of your scan are far more important. In those with advanced ultrasound education identification and further consideration of incidental findings is appropriate.

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Category:general -- posted at: 4:22pm AEST

Traditionally, the focus of critical care has simply been on keeping patients alive. This is not enough, now we need to focus on giving them their lives back too. Learn about the challenge of critical care survivorship in this talk.

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The age of patients with TBI is increasing, especially in high income countries, and the median age of patients admitted to the ICU has doubled over the last three decades. Age is clearly a strong outcome predictor in TBI. However, the perception of a universally poor outcome has sometimes led to therapeutic nihilism and less aggressive treatment for older patients. The bleak outcomes that result from this approach reinforce self-fulfilling prophecies of poor prognosis and current prejudices. However, uniform nihilism is unjustified: when older patients are treated in a timely and appropriate manner, favourable outcomes can be achieved in a substantial proportion of patients. However, the high burden of prior comorbidity, pre-injury therapies (such as anticoagulant and antiplatelet therapy), and reduced physiological reserve, not only affect outcome, but modulate physiology and host response, and hence demand changes in management strategies.

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We have difficult conversations in critical care. We deal with sick and complex patients who may be at the end of life. The families we talk to may be in a state of shock and acute grief, unable to think clearly and make important decisions. Patient safety incidents and other challenging issues such as organ and tissue donation may further complicate the patient journey. We will follow the story of Leah and the difficult conversations that were needed in caring for her and her family. We will examine some of the key elements that can contribute to successful communication in difficult circumstances. As clinicians, our training in this type of communication may be limited to observing our mentors, and we may feel inadequately prepared. We will investigate how simulation training can be used to improve the quality of communication, increase our skill and comfort level so that we can guide patients and families through complex and challenging situations. We will also investigate how lessons learnt from simulation debriefing can be transferred to the conduct of difficult conversations in real life.

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:17am AEST

Failure is something even the very best regularly experience, in safety critical roles that failure can lead to death and maiming. I'll explore how we can understand and learn from these moments, and the essential behaviours and mindset that will both help us make sense of those complex moments but also allow the system to learn.

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Category:general -- posted at: 12:53pm AEST

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