Anaesthetics / Intensive Care

Events & e-learning tagged with "Anaesthetics / Intensive Care"

Course image Hurdles in the HDU 2020
EMUs 2020-21

Broadcast 29 September 2020

Talks

The shocked patient
Dr Frauke Weidanz

Escalation decisions - when to, when not to
Mr Lewis Gray

Post ICU discharge - outcomes and experience
Dr Monica Trivedi

Course image Fever 2019
EMUs 2019-20

Broadcast 19 November 2019

Talks

Sepsis 3.0: An update on diagnosis and management
Dr Robert Docking

Neutropenic sepsis
Dr Monica Szabo

Course image Cardio-Respiratory Arrest 2019
EMUs 2019-20

Broadcast 29 October 2019

Talks

Resuscitation guideline highlights
Dr Alan Robertson

Timely referral of potential organ donors
Dr Iain Macleod

Prevention of cardiac arrest and DNACPR decisions
Dr Juliet Spiller and Dr Vicky Tallentire

Course image Day 1 - Joint Conference on Delirium 2019 (EDA / RCPE)
Delirium

05 September 2019

Content
  • Delirium lookalikes you need to know about | Dr Karin Neufeld
  • Case 1: Delirium versus terminal restlessness | Professor Meera Agar
  • Case 2: A diagnostic challenge | Dr Adam Al-Diwani
  • Case 3: Severe, intractable agitation in intensive care unit (ICU) delirium | Dr Babar Khan
  • Case 4: Delirium superimposed on dementia (DSD)? | Dr Alessandro Morandi
  • A patient experience | Ms Alexandra Adams
  • A carer experience | Dr Julie Lustig
  • A new digital and quality improvement programme to improve delirium care | Dr Emma Vardy
  • Basic science | Dr Colm Cunningham
  • Applying systematic review methodology: identifying research gaps, refining future trials | Dr Esther Oh
  • Definition and assessment of inattention: insights from psychological research | Dr ZoΓ« Tieges
  • Delirium and data science - endophenotype identification, classification, prediction, enrichment | Dr Robert Stevens
  • Origins of psychotic features | Dr Edwin van Dellen
  • Workshop B: Assessment and management of distress in delirium | Dr Jude Partridge and Ms Ffion Pritchard
  • Workshop H: The wicked problem of delirium education: aligning medical education research to practice | Dr Andy Teodorczuk (and Professor Jan Illing)
Course image Day 2 - Joint Conference on Delirium 2019 (EDA / RCPE)
Delirium

06 September 2019

Content
  • What's new in paediatric delirium? | Dr Heidi Smith
  • Clinical psychological interventions in the intensive care unit (ICU) | Dr Dorothy Wade
  • Delirium in primary care: development and experience of new pathway | Dr Lorna Dunlop
  • Cognition care in the Australian National Standards (2nd ed) | Dr Julie Lustig
  • Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) 2019 Guidelines on Delirium> | Ms Daisy Sandeman
  • New findings from the Delirium and Population Health Informatics Cohort (DELPHIC) Study | Dr Daniel Davis
  • Update on the German National Delirium Care Programme | Dr Stefan Kreisel
  • Agency for the Health Quality and Research (AHRQ) commissioned systematic review on using antipsychotics for delirium 2019 | Dr Esther Oh
  • The electroencephalogram (EEG) in delirium: where are we now in clinical practice and research? | Professor Arjen Slooter
  • Quality improvement (QI) in healthcare: what is it and why do we do it? | Ms Carol Andrews
  • Improving the quality of sleep in the intensive care unit (ICU) | Dr Biren Kamdar
  • An ounce of prevention is worth a pound: implementing a comprehensive delirium care program at a university hospital | Dr Vanja Douglas
  • Delirium in hospice care: quality improvement (QI) projects | Dr Juliet Spiller
  • Multi-disciplinary pathway for managing delirium: Quality improvement (QI) initiative at the Aga Khan University Hospital, Pakistan | Dr Shireen Najam
Course image Diagnostic Medicine 2019 - from stethoscope to AI
Diagnostic Medicine

19 September 2019

Talks

The stethoscope - a tribute
Dr Andrew Flapan

Psychology of diagnostic thinking
Dr Laura Zwaan

The state of the art of medicine
Professor Abraham Verghese

No hocus in PoCUS!
Dr Rosaleen Baruah

Resuscitating bedside medicine
Dr Brian T Garibaldi

Imaging - where we are and where we are headed
Professor Joanna Wardlaw CBE

The robot will see you now - AI in patient care
Mr Iain Hennessey

Diagnostic potential of the microbiome
Dr Orla O'Sullivan

Course image Trainees' Conference 2021 - A day in the life of a medical trainee
Medical Trainees' Conference

22 January 2021

Talks

Neurology Clinical Cases: Clinical examination as an important piece of the puzzle
Dr Ingrid Hoeritzauer

Looking affy peely-wally? - the diagnostic approach to anaemia and its management
Dr Sudhir Tauro

Cerebral Small Vessel Disease: More than just an incidental finding?
Dr Una Clancy

Intensive Care Unit: Critical care for medical trainees
Dr John Smith

Frailty at the front door
Dr Rowan Wallace

Cardiology: An afternoon in the Coronary Care Unit
Dr Caroline Scally

β€œIt’s always COVID”: Cognitive bias in the COVID-19 pandemic
Dr Ben Thompson & Dr Iyare Nehikhare

A case of disproportionate hypoxia
Dr Sam Sutton

Vague Symptoms: When they shouldn’t be dismissed
Dr Eleanor Gartside

Distinct T-cell immunophenotypic signature in a subset of sarcoidosis patients with arthritis
Dr Avinash Jain

Course image Medical Trainees' Conference 2020: The On-call Handbook
Medical Trainees' Conference

31 January 2020

Talks

Diabetes dilemmas
Dr Rachel Williamson

Portal hypertensive problems
Dr Stuart McPherson

Renal Riddles
Dr Siobhan McManus

The psychology of practice change
Professor Jo Hart

How neurology has shaped our understanding of memory
Dr Tom Miller

Toxicology troubles
Dr Euan Sandilands

ECG Emergencies
Dr Gwilym Morris

Palliative care - Key principles for physicians
Dr Gursaran Purewal

The trop trap and walking pneumonia
Dr Kaitlin Mayne

No NEWS is good NEWS
Dr Madeleine Sharpe

The curious case of persistent pyrexia
Dr Natalie Lee

Important variations in care of the elderly services
Dr Alison Donaldson

Course image COVID-19 Critical Care: Understanding and Application
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