May 31, 2016
Simon Carley has us asking ourselves some confronting questions
about our abilities in his SMACC Chicago talk ‘Are You as Good as
You Think?’. Carley has us delve into our confidence, competencies
and whats makes for a good self learning environment.
Initially Carley asks how good we think we are at driving? He...
May 31, 2016
Cliff Reid unites our passion of Critical Care in his SMACC Chicago talk Advice to Young Resuscitationist - It’s up to us to Save the World. Talking us through his advice to his former younger self, Reid sights mistakes, case examples, and essentially provides us with invaluable tips to nudge us along to Resus...
May 27, 2016
Simon Finfer has spent his career managing patients with traumatic brain injury nad has watched treatment fads come and go. He's also taken part in some of the best and biggest clinical trials in this area which give him a unique perspective on why we do what we do in managing this devastating but common condition....
May 26, 2016
Imogen Mitchell’s SMACC Chicago talk 'Morphing the Recalcitrant
Clinician’ talks us through the steps to engage the reluctant
physician when implementing change.
Imogen initally touches on the stages of physician engagement from aversion, to apathy, to engaged and then outlines the steps to morphing the reluctant...
May 24, 2016
David Juurlink SMACC Chicago talk 'Drug Interactions That Can Kill (and How to Avoid Them)’ takes us on a journey of drug interactions, case studies, and avoidance strategies.
Juurlink starts by educating us on the two different drug-drug interactions (DDI) - effects of one drug altered by the use of another . First...