Apr 27, 2022
Communicating scientific information as a health professional is far more than just posting healthcare tips online. What can & can’t be posted? Who do we really listen to? And who is allowed to say what?
DR JESSICA STOKES-PARISH CHATS WITH REGISTERED NURSES & SOCIAL MEDIA PERSONALITIES PENNY BLUNDEN (@sick.happens) &...
Apr 12, 2022
Whilst US medicine has always had issues, the pandemic sent the practice of medicine into a state of disarray.
DR JUSTIN HENSLEY DISCUSSES THE STATE OF US MEDICINE THROUGHOUT THE PANDEMIC. THE POWER OF INSURANCE COMPANIES AND DESPERATE WORKING CONDITIONS IN US HOSPITALS.
In this talk, Justin outlines the "idealistic"...
Feb 2, 2022
In this podcast, Alex Rowell, Fahad Ashraf, Greg Selkirk & Luke Torre review stroke management in 2022. Stroke management has changed dramatically in the last 10 years.
In 2015, we proved the efficacy of mechanical thrombectomy. In 2018, we established evidence for mechanical thrombectomy beyond 6 hours in patients with...
May 21, 2020
The legendary professor Simon Carley is joining us all the way from Manchester, UK to talk about positive innovations and evidence based agility. There is a fine balance between being slow to change and missing out on something that might benefit the patients, and jumping in too quickly into something harmful. The...
Jan 21, 2016
Preparing your hospital for a disaster
Sara Gray Synopsis: This talk will highlight essential components of hospital-based disaster planning.
We will discuss tips for planning training exercises, getting funding, and effective debriefing. Preparedness really matters, find out why!