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My name is Jonathan Downham and I am an Advanced Critical Care Practitioner in Warwick, UK.
I have worked in Critical Care for over 20 years now and have learned many things whilst there. This site has some of my teaching resources, podcasts and videos for anyone else to benefit from.
If you want to follow me on Twitter then look for @ccpractitioner. I am very active on there and it is the best way to get in touch with me quickly.
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There are now Advanced Practitioners appearing across the world of nursing, physiotherapy and paramedicine to mention just a few.
Here Bryan and I chat with Ruth Kelinpell who is the President of the Society of Critical Care Medicine about how these roles developed, what is happening today and what may happen in the future.
Lots of interesting points raised and some great food for thought.
What happens to our patients after they leave the ICU? ICU patients are more complex even after discharge. They have a lot of post-discharge needs that make them unique and not every primary care provider is equipped to deal with them.
That's why a number of centers are starting to develop ICU recovery clinics that see patients after they are discharged.
Today on the podcast, I'm joined by Dr. Ashley Montgomery-Yates, an attending physician in the Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine division at the University of Kentucky and director of UK's ICU Recovery Clinic.
Comprehensive care of ICU survivors: Development and implementation of an ICU recovery center. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29929705
Models for a Post-Intensive Care Syndrome Clinic - Targeted Goals and Barriers. http://www.learnicu.net/Communications/Critical-Connections/Archives/Pages/Models-for-a-Post-Intensive-Care-Syndrome-Clinic---Targeted-Goals-and-Barriers.aspx
THRIVE Post ICU Clinic Collaborative. https://www.sccm.org/Research/Quality/THRIVE/THRIVE-Post-ICU-Clinic-Collaborative
The right ventricle is often overlooked in critical care in favour of the attention to the left side of the heart. But acute right heart failure is important and today on the podcast we discuss its implications for critical care.