Teamwork and team training in the ICU: Where do the similarities with aviation end? — Nursing Education Network

Journal Club Article: Reader, T. W., & Cuthbertson, B. H. (2011). Teamwork and team training in the ICU: Where do the similarities with aviation end?. Critical care, 15(6), 313. Background Comparing the lessons learnt and development of team training approaches in the aviation industry to the complex needs of the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The… Continue Reading


@sccm 2018 conference Day 3 highlights by @virenkaul

My most comprehensive twitter moment yet. Scrolled through 10 hours worth of tagged tweets, and I present to you the most high yield tweets from today at #ccc47 #sccmlive #pedsICU #pulmcc #pccmfellows #FOAM #FOAMcc. Share away!! https://t.co/WZQGP8UqCb — Viren Kaul, MD (@virenkaul) February 27, 2018


SCCM annual conference 2018: Day 2 highlights by @virenkaul

Highlights from day 2 at @SCCM international conference 2018 #ccc47. Focus on #StopICUBurnout, #mobility #sleep #CPR updates And much more. Congrats to Dr. Bleck for the lifetime achievement award! #PedsICU #MedEd #FOAM #FOAMcc #pulmcc #techinhealth https://t.co/j4BJNhbj5L — Viren Kaul, MD (@virenkaul) February 26, 2018


#ItsInYouToGive

#CanadianBloodServices #ItsInYouToGive #RememberTheirSacrifice https://t.co/5Ic61Frimb — Leilani Doyle (@DoyleLeilani) November 9, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js


Towards the humanized and integrative ICU. By Federico Carini — IC-HU PROJECT: HUMANIZING INTENSIVE CARE

In the last Congress of Argentinean Society of Intensive Care Medicine (SATI) held in Salta, there was a gale of news. A difference from previous years, news came not only from classical areas of intensive care such as shock, acute distress respiratory syndrome or sepsis, but we saw the appearance of humanizing intensive care on… via… Continue Reading