PHARM Podcast 73 Human factors with Martin Bromiley & Dr Nicholas Chrimes – Lessons from aviation and anaesthesia
Tonight on the podcast we interview Martin Bromiley, an aviation pilot and human factors advocate since the tragic death of his wife during a routine operation as a result of a Cannot Intubate Cannot Ventilate complication of anaesthesia in 2005. I get his views on the role of aviation, commercial and military , in helping medicine become safer and more resilient when unexpected crises occur. Also we have our old friend of the show, Dr Nicholas Chrimes of VORTEX fame, provide insight and commentary from an anaesthesia viewpoint. He discusses the role of simulation training and cognitive aids in preparing ourselves for the “seconds from disaster” situations.
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Show note references:
- JUST A ROUTINE OPERATION
- CLINICAL HUMAN FACTORS GROUP WEBSITE
- Combat aviation paradigms for resuscitationists
- Aviate,navigate, communicate. Where medicine is going wrong
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