Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSTweet The third in the series with Ollie Poole (@RespReview) on mechanical ventilation. Ollie goes into some more detail on the phases of the breath. This requires some visualisation of the waveform involved. Below is the video from YouTube that Ollie originally produced […]
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSTweet Another busy time in the world of the Critical Care Practitioner! This episode focuses on a discussion I had with Kaye Rolls (@Kaye_rolls) Clinical Nurse Consultant at the Intensive Care Coordination & Monitoring Unit (ICCMU). She and I had a Twitter discussion around […]
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSTweet CCP Podcast 026 was myself and Ken Spearpoint (@K_G_Spearpoint) talking about some of the issues around Crew resource Management. We continue the conversation in this episode and maybe even arrive at some conclusions….maybe!!
Tweet Those boys over at Ultrasoundpodcast.com have released a couple of videos on their channel about their views of using social media in their professional lives. Its well worth a listen and I have embedded the first part below. I wanted to highlight a couple of points which resonated with me. Social media is my […]
Tweet I am in the process of setting up regular online discussions with a couple of practitioners from across the globe and as a quick post I wanted to point you to their websites. First is Jesse Spur (@inject_orange)a critical care nurse in Australia. His website is Injectable Orange – which I think you will […]
Tweet The twitter world has been very excited about whether one should reveal ones real identity when using social media. The problem seems to be that expressing an opinion on-line which does not reflect the policies of your employer maybe a risky thing to do. The GMC have recently made their feelings very clear on this: “If you identify yourself […]
Tweet Sarah Webb, Resuscitation Coordinator at Royal North Shore presented to the SMACC conference 2014. In this talk she debunked some of the myths about what nurses can and cannot do do as part of the team in intensive care. This she presented to a room full of physicians and she did it with great […]
Tweet Nicki would like to point us toward the British Association of Critical Care Nurses (BACCN) twitter chats which they are just starting. Introduction For most of us, Twitter is becoming an easy way to connect and meet other like minded Critical Care professionals be that nurses, doctors and or other allied health care professionals […]