Jan 28, 2016
Advances in understanding the cardiopulmonary physiology during CPR, perfusion and reperfusion of the brain, and advancing technologies have made possible directed and customised resuscitation of cardiac arrest. We will present where current CPR fails, and what it may look like in the future.
Jan 26, 2016
Phil Hyde vs Greg Kelly - We Should Perform Therapeutic Hypothermia (T32– 34C) for Children After Cardiac Arrest
The recent publication of THAPCA-OH filled an important gap in our knowledge. THAPCA does not support cooling children after cardiac arrest which was a common practice until recently in many units. It is...
Jan 26, 2016
Working in a remote hospital often means working without the aid of formal medical imaging or Labs. So does this mean that we must compromise on our patient’s care? No.
Bedside Ultrasound has changed the way I diagnose, treat and care for patients in this paradigm.This talk will explore the utility and a practical...
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!
Jan 19, 2016
Improved patient outcomes as the goal of training. With this philosophy in mind, Bill Hinkley shares his three pillars of training; train yourself, train as a team, train others.
Advice from an inspiring educator on how to build a personal learning network, tips on training as a team and how influential passionate...