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The post CCP Podcast 125: Another way to assess patient outcomes? appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 125: A to Z Checklist with Dr Paul Hughes-Webb appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 124: Pain, Agitation and Delirium in the ICU appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 123: The PERFECT protocol and how we feed our patients. appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 122: Aneamia and how we deal with it. appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 121: How we use Social Media and Goodbye NTI2019 appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 120: Sepsis Studies and Proning appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 119: Sepsis management- has anything changed? appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 118: QR codes and Just in Time Learning appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 117: Eugene Mondor and Heamodynamics appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 116: An ITU survivor and now an ITU nurse- Jason Kirchick appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 115: @OnlyintheICU- How we can better manage our own mental health. appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 114: Sean Sent and Barbara Maclean discuss nurse communication appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 113: Sean Dent and Sarah with the newthingnurse.com appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 112: Nicole Kupchik appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 111: Expanding Roles for APRNs in Telehealth appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 110: Nicole Frederick and Anna Rodriguez talk genetics and meds NTI2019 appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 109: Nancy Blake and Gayle Lukar #NTI2019 appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 108: Liver problems in the ICU appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 107: Megan Brunson talks with Jon White appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 106: Enough with the noise already! appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP POdcast 105: Advanced Practice Across the World appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The post CCP Podcast 104: Post Intensive Care Syndrome in Critical Care appeared first on Critical Care Practitioner.By Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing..
 
The right ventricle is often overlooked in critical care in favour of the attention to the left side of the heart. But acute right heart failure is important and today on the podcast we discuss its implications for critical care. My guest is Barbara McLean, a critical care nurse practitioner from Atlanta, GA. You can […] The post CCP Podcast 10 ...…
 
This is the second chat with Thomas Piraino (@respresource) who is a Clinical Specialist in mechanical ventilation at the Centre of Excellence in Mechanical Ventilation, St. Michael’s Hospital. We are moving onto some of the more complex modes of ventilation here with more variability and tweekability being offered by the ventilator. Interview ...…
 
This is an episode I recorded with Professor Stephen Brett, outgoing President of the Intensive Care Society at the State of the Art meeting 2016 about the merits of the ICU Follow Up Clinics. During the conference, he had had a pro-con debate with Brian Cuthbertson who is Chief of the Department of Critical Care Medicine at […] The post CCP Po ...…
 
This episode is in conjunction with my friends over at JICScast Segun Olusanya and James Day. We met with Dr Anna Batchelor, Carole Boulanger and Gavin Denton to discuss the role of the Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, its impact on the service as a whole and what the future may look like for this growing […] The post CCP Podcast 047: Advan ...…
 
Cricoid pressure is the application of backwards pressure on the cricoid cartilage to occlude the oesophagus. Originally described by Sellick in 1961, he described how pressure applied at the level of the 5th cervical vertebrae obstructed the lumen of the oesophagus. This manoeuvre is performed to minimise the risk of gastric aspiration should ...…
 
The third in the series with Ollie Poole (@RespReview) on mechanical ventilation. Ollie goes into some more detail on the phases of the breath. This requires some visualisation of the waveform involved. Below is the video from YouTube that Ollie originally produced which should help with that. Irma Bilgrami does a great job of breaking […] The ...…
 
Another busy time in the world of the Critical Care Practitioner! This episode focuses on a discussion I had with Kaye Rolls (@Kaye_rolls) Clinical Nurse Consultant at the Intensive Care Coordination & Monitoring Unit (ICCMU). She and I had a Twitter discussion around a couple of articles she had read about the use of social media […] The post ...…
 
NOT The Two Ronnies…but The Two Jonnys….and Twitter! This is the another episode of an exciting new podcast project with Jonny Wilkinson (@WilkinsonJonny) who is an anaesthetist and Intensive Care Consultant at Northampton hospital He has a website, Critical Care Northampton, from where he does regular reviews of some of the many issues one can ...…
 
In this episode I talked to Jennifer Cotton (@sonomojo) who runs the website Sonomojo which is a guide to ultrasound education and she talks about her reasons for setting up the site. The aim of the site is about connecting people to resources about ultrasound. Jennifer is just about to become a doctor and has worked […] The post CCP Podcast 03 ...…
 
I have covered some aspects of PTSD already in CCP Podcast 041: PTSD in Critical Care when I chatted with Dorothy Wade about some of her research. This gave me great food for thought, so I went to read some of the plentiful research out there. I posted this recently but also decided to release my […] The post CCP Podcast 046: PTSD in Critical C ...…
 
Lynn Schallom is a research scientist at the Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. She published a paper ‘Head of Bed Elevation and Early Outcomes of Gastric Reflux, Aspiration, and Pressure Ulcers’ in the American Journal of Critical Care in January 2015. Head of Bed Elevation There is a conflict between the need to keep a patients head […] The ...…
 
Nicol (@nicchik90) is an RN and an author over in the US. She also has a website over at nicolekupchikconsulting.com where she has many other great resources for others in the profession to use. She recently presented at NTI Boston 2018 and. amongst other subjects, she discussed some of the recent papers we should all be aware […] The post CCP ...…
 
Why Won’t My Patient Sleep! The Intensive Care patient will often lie awake at night, eyes wide open, clearly with no intention of sleeping. So why won’t the intensive care patient sleep? Perhaps we need to understand what happens during normal sleep and take it from there….. Stages of sleep Sleep is divided into non-rapid […] The post CCP Podc ...…
 
I was lucky enough to be able to join Tanj and Dale Needham in this conversation at the ICS State of the Art conference 2018 in London. We discuss some of the ongoing issues with delirium in the critical care patient and how we might help them in prevention. Interview Questions for Advanced Critical Care Practitioners […] The post CCP Podcast 1 ...…
 
ACCPs skills are many and varied as those of you who do the job will know. My friend Gavin Denton (@DentonGavin) has conducted 3 different audits along with his colleagues at the Heart of England NHS trust. In this podcast he presents some of the very interesting findings. I think it proves that we are very worth the time […] The post CCP Podca ...…
 
David Barton is Head of Department of Nursing at Swansea University and has been very involved in the development of the Advanced Nurse Practitioner role both locally and nationally. This discussion centres around his history and some of the issues in the development of the role as well as some thoughts for the future. There […] The post CCP Po ...…
 
I love the world of social media. It was through the medium of Twitter that I was able to connect with James DuCanto (@jducanto)who is an anesthesiologist at Aurora Health Care in Wisconsin. Gavin Denton (@DentonGavin) and I picked his brains about some of the pitfalls in intubation especially for those not so experienced but […] The post CCP P ...…
 
Three more papers of the month for us to peruse. This time Gavin (@DentonGavin) and I are also joined by Sean Munnelly (@seanmunn). The CLASSIC trial. Restricting volumes of resuscitation fluid in adults with septic shock after initial management: the CLASSIC randomised, parallel-group, multicentre feasibility trial. Hjortrup et al. Intensive C ...…
 
“Magnesium For the Win!”- with Bryan Boling. Guest: Habib Srour Dr. Srour is an attending in the Anesthesia Critical Care Division at the University of Kentucky where I practice. The episode is the first in a mini-series on electrolyte imbalances in the ICU. I hope to record an episode on hyponatremia soon. In the episode, […] The post CCP Podc ...…
 
Palliative Care in the ICU All too often, we see critical care and palliative care as opposites, but they really go together nicely. Today on the podcast, we talk with Dr. Jessica McFarlin (@JessMcFarlinMD) about palliative care and how we can integrate it into the care of our ICU patients. Center to Advance Palliative Care […] The post CCP Pod ...…
 
NOT The Two Ronnies…but The Two Jonnys….and Twitter! This is an exciting new podcast project with Jonny Wilkinson (@WilkinsonJonny) who is an anaesthetist and Intensive Care Consultant at Northampton hospital He has a website, Critical Care Northampton, from where he does regular reviews of some of the many issues one can find on Twitter. Durin ...…
 
This is a chat about the ICU patient with problems with their swallow or dysphagia, I had with Martin Brodsky (@MBBrodskyPhD), who is an Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is a clinician, researcher and educator with interests in swallowing and swallowing disorders, ...…
 
I think this might be one of the most important podcasts I have ever done along with the next in the series. This is the first of two podcasts covering the latest NCEPOD paper on Non-Invasive Ventilation. This can also be found on the NCEPOD web page, but they also kindly agreed to allow me […] The post CCP Podcast 077: NCEPOD 2017 Acute Non-In ...…
 
CCP Podcast 026 was myself and Ken Spearpoint (@K_G_Spearpoint) talking about some of the issues around Crew resource Management. We continue the conversation in this episode and maybe even arrive at some conclusions….maybe!! CCP Podcast 026 was myself and Ken Spearpoint (@K_G_Spearpoint) talking about some of the issues around Crew resource Ma ...…
 
Dorothy Wade works as a chartered health psychologist in the Critical Care Unit at UCH. She is registered as a practitioner psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council, and has a PhD in psychology and health care evaluation from University College London. She is available to support patients, families and staff in Critical Care. [ ...…
 
The psychology of our patients, their relatives and the staff we work with is under discussion in this podcast. I managed to get Megan Hosey (@DrMeganHoseyPhD), a psychologist from Johns Hopkins, Dr Julie Highfield (@DrJulie_H), a psychologist from Cardiff and Dorothy Wade (@dwadepsych) a psychologist from London together to discuss these impor ...…
 
Happy Christmas all! A usurper (Jesse Spurr- Injectable Orange) takes the reins in this episode which allows Jonathan to talk about himself. Hope thats not too narcissistic! Some old guests make an appearance as well. Hope you enjoy it and Have a great Christmas. Happy Christmas all! A usurper (Jesse Spurr- Injectable Orange) takes […] The post ...…
 
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