Posts tagged ‘emergency’
Making the Call: Enhancing Cognition, Critical Thinking, and Decision Making in Acute Care by Michael Lauria
I saw this on Twitter today and its a great lecture along the lines of Weingart and Reid’s discussion of Combat Mindset in critical care. Check it out!
Help out Tim please!
I am putting this one up more to invite contributions from the community. It’s a case that has been included for our PRCC students – the guys who spend the entire third year of their four year graduate entry medical degree attached to a rural community (the so-called parallel rural community curriculum).
Time will tell whether this initiative translates to a career in rural medicine. However one thing is clear, the PRCC students are far more likely to get hands-on experience, whether it be doing minor gynae procedures, assisting at a LSCS, basics of airway management, assessment of undifferentiated patients in the ED or having own consulting sessions.
This week’s problem-based learning session is on a neonate with breathing and feeding difficulties. As an experiment, I am putting the case up and hoping that #FOAMed enthusiasts will be able to comment – because I’d love to demonstrate the power of…
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