The St.Emlyn’s virtual hospital podcast

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September 30, 2014  

In Situ and Guerrilla Sim in the ED

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1400simman.jpgIain and Simon talk through the practicalities of in situ sim in the ED. How do we make it happen in a way that works and helps individuals, teams and departments learn together.

Much of the work in this podcast should be attributed to John Gatward from Sydney Australia who inspired us to start and to Kirten Walthall our new Sim Fellow who introduced records and departmental learning processes to our systems. 
There are a couple of errors on the podcast. Firstly it's roughly 18 months that we have been doing in situ sim, time must fly so much that I said 9 months! Secondly, on reflection we average 2-4 sim sessions per week, but that includes some sessions that are not in situ, held in a separate area when training other groups of docs in the hospital. The ED in situ frequency is 2-3 sessions per week.
As ever we stand on the shoulders of these giants who support what we all hope to achieve.
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September 23, 2014  

Victoria Brazil on great presentations with St.Emlyn’s

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Vic Brazil of #FOAMed and #SMACC fame came to talk to the St.Emlyn's team in Virchester.

Listen in for top tips on looking great and sounding super.

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September 12, 2014  

Diffuse Axonal Injury with John Hell

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John Hell is a Neurointensivist at University Hospital Southampton and very kindly gave up an afternoon to record his thoughts and share his considerable wisdom about Diffuse Axonal Injury.

I also managed to get him to discuss some other topics including the choice of induction agents and intravenous fluids in patients with head injury.

Please listen, enjoy and comment. We'd love to hear from you, and don't forget to visit the blog site for additional information, slides and content.

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Iain Beardsell