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PHARM Podcast 91 – Dr Richard Levitan on the preSMACCGOLD Airway workshop

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Dr Levitan at a RFDS workshop in Cairns, 2009

Dr Levitan at a RFDS workshop in Cairns, 2009

Today on the podcast,  Dr Richard Levitan chats to me about what he will be facilitating at the SMACCGOLD Airway workshop on 18th March 2014. He also shares his vision of the future of airway skills teaching and education. Finally we hear about his American courses in Yellowstone, Baltimore and New York City in 2014!

He is coming to Sydney again for his signature cadaver airway course

REMEMBER REGISTRATIONS ARE STILL AVAILABLE TO COME TO SMACCGOLD AND MEET RICHARD LEVITAN ALONG WITH OTHER GREAT EMERGENCY MEDICINE AND CRITICAL CARE EDUCATORS

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  1. Walt #

    Very interested in what Dr. Levitan had to say on the future of airway education; the phrase “hyper-realistic” simulation caught my attention especially. Do you have any examples of what you’d consider hyper-realistic simulators out there now? Because even the best in alleged high-fidelity to me still just feels like resuscitating a piece of plastic (only now it’s a talking piece of plastic).

    March 7, 2014

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