Comments Off on What It Takes To Be At The Cutting Edge
This talk was presented at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting in Manchester in September 2015.
A brief summary of the talk and related references are here.
Comments Off on Pre-SMACC mini RAGE
Currently the RAGE Podcast site is recovering from a cold, so here are the show notes for the pre-SMACC mini RAGE episode released June 2015.
And here are the references:
It’s a knockout
Helicopter Emergency Medical Services
Survival benefit of a physician-staffed HEMS assistance for severely injured patients
The next RAGE Podcast will air late August / early September
I’m not a hero and don’t claim to be, but when I was given this talk to do for the SMACC 2013 conference I researched the topic and realised I’d worked with several of them.
The talk was the toughest I’ve ever given, because I cried while giving it, and knew that it wouldn’t just be the large audience in front of me who would know I was a wuss, but that it was being recorded for many others to find out too!
A full transcript of the talk, the slide set, and links to references from the talk can be found here.
Comments Off on Trauma before and beyond the hospital
Further talks from the SMACC conference are available for free download on iTunes.
Here are the accompanying slides:
The skeletons are coming out of the closet!
The desire to produce my own Podcast has been burning away for a while now. I can’t offer clinical pearls in the beautiful ways that EMCrit or EMRAP do, but I do want to share the news about the great resuscitation practitioners that have inspired me and continue to do so.
You have to start somewhere – I’m hoping to improve at this and would welcome any constructive feedback. Click the link below to download. If you play it in iTunes the chapter headings should be available as should links to the websites referred to in the podcast.