This talk was presented at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting in Manchester in September 2015.
You can download the audio here, listen online here, or find it in iTunes at the RCEM FOAMed Network here.
A brief summary of the talk and related references are here.
Check out EMCrit.org for our Podcast interview with Professor Jonathan Benger, the Emergency Physician who contributed to the design, execution, and analysis of the important NAP 4 national airway audit, which has important learning points for all of us involved in pre-hospital, emergency, or ICU airway management.
An important follow up study showing the effect of the NAP 4 Audit:
A national survey of the impact of NAP4 on airway management practice in United Kingdom hospitals: closing the safety gap in anaesthesia, intensive care and the emergency department
Br. J. Anaesth. (2016) 117 (2): 182-190.
The desire to produce my own Podcast has been burning away for a while now. I can’t offer clinical pearls in the beautiful ways that EMCrit or EMRAP do, but I do want to share the news about the great resuscitation practitioners that have inspired me and continue to do so.
You have to start somewhere – I’m hoping to improve at this and would welcome any constructive feedback. Click the link below to download. If you play it in iTunes the chapter headings should be available as should links to the websites referred to in the podcast.
Resus.ME! May 2011
I was lucky enough to be interviewed by the amazing Scott Weingart, an emergency medicine intensivist who runs the spectacular EMcrit podcast. We covered some stuff on pre-hospital airway management, physicians in pre-hospital care, and I had a rant about ‘scoop and run’ versus ‘stay and play’. Worryingly, Scott is keeping back some audio footage for a later podcast, probably containing an even bigger rant about things like ATLS.
Click the image to be taken to the EMcrit site where you can listen to the podcast.