— Craig Mitchell (@Anaesthesia_AGB) April 7, 2018
Meet Ola Brown, the doctor who set up a flying doctor service in Nigeria 📻 pic.twitter.com/N0mF1C1PAR
— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) May 21, 2018
— Ola Brown(Orekunrin) (@NaijaFlyingDr) May 21, 2018
My Kiwi anaesthetic friend and colleague @perkieturkey drew this for #CrazySocks4Docs. A moving image that encapsulates the silent suffering. Thanks for letting us use this, Doc. pic.twitter.com/u88HIq7A8k
— Dr Eric Levi FRACS (@DrEricLevi) May 21, 2018
I’ve worn funky socks since before sliced bread. Now there is a purpose.
2 weeks time. Grab crazy socks and start a talk. #crazysocks4docs
Remember those who died.
Raise awareness of mental health in clinicians.
Reshape the culture of health care. https://t.co/KgyMtDdkZk
— Dr Eric Levi FRACS (@DrEricLevi) May 17, 2018
Here is our crew testing their teamwork & ability to communicate non-verbally in tough environments. One of the ways they do this is by listening to loud music, in this case Bon Jovi. Watch them practice giving a prehospital anaesthetic without being able to hear each other! pic.twitter.com/wt3ca6ouQR
— GWAAC (@GWAAC) April 18, 2018
This isn’t a health issue, it’s a #HumanRights issue. Why are our First People’s suffering a disease of poverty? Is it #outofsightoutofmind? Please help spread this story, this disease should not exist in Australia @GregHuntMP @NACCHOAustralia @ACRRM https://t.co/dBQUPRbf21
— drmolly (@drmollyRG) May 20, 2018
#Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium Pragmatic Airway Resucitation Trial : Laryngeal Tube vs. ETT. 72 hr survival (18.2% vs 15.3%), ROSC (27.9% vs 24.1%), hospital survival (10.8% vs 8.0), neurologically intact discharge (7.0% vs 5.0) all favoring LT with p=0.02 or less. pic.twitter.com/2NPnngxn5W
— Russell Griffin LP, FP-C (@ResusFliteMedic) May 17, 2018
@drlauraduggan @ketaminh would appreciate your comments on my video: Indirect laryngoscopy in the ED https://t.co/QBxSD5BCIX from the https://t.co/rNdgplVo0Y reverse classroom course #FOAmed #intubation #anesthesia #anaesthesia #CRNA pic.twitter.com/HxnUVdopkN
— Will Rosenblatt, MD (@AirwayOnDemand) May 18, 2018