What's New?

Welcome to the Intensive Care Network

The Intensive Care Network (ICN) is an online resource for healthcare professionals involved in Critical Care.The site is primarily aimed at Australian and New Zealand intensive care trainees and those specialists who are in the first few years post-fellowship. However, anyone who practices intensive care medicine is welcome to access the site and participate. Registration is FREE. To find out more about the site and its authors, click here.

90. TBI - ICU Management (1/2)

MacPartlin on ICU management part 1

Matthew MacPartlin continues his series by talking about ICU monitoring of TBI and methods of reducing intracranial pressure.

Echo Case 4

echo skills2 

By Sharon Kay

Real ICU cases, with echos performed by ICU doctors, where echocardiography made the difference...

Test yourself here:

Echo case 3

echo skills2 

By Sharon Kay

Real ICU cases, with echos performed by ICU doctors, where echocardiography made the difference...

Test yourself here:

Echo Case 2

echo skills2 

By Sharon Kay

Real ICU cases, with echos performed by ICU doctors, where echocardiography made the difference...

Test yourself here:

89. Flower: Headache: Think Outside the Box

headache box

Oli Flower presents a case of headache with an unusual diagnosis.

  • Test yourself: can you work out the cause of the headache?
  • Hopefully thought provoking
  • Recorded live at Bedside Critical Care in Daydream Island last year
  • This sparked controversy - leave comments below!
  • If you want to go to this year's BCC (Cairns, 23-27/9/13), click here and register SOON as places are going FAST
  • Remember, the registrar day is free

Links and video below...

88. TBI: First Contact

MACPARTLIN2wide 

Matthew MacPartlin continues his series by focusing on initial management of traumatic brain injury.

87. TBI - Introduction

MacPartlin on TBi 1

Matthew MacPartlin begins his four part series on traumatic brain injury with a brief overview of epidemiology, aetiology and features.

SMACC: Panel Discussion on FOAM/Social Media - Building a Road Map

smacc media

BRAZIL, CADOGAN, CARLEY, LEX, NICKSON, LE CONG & HOLLEY:

FOAM & Social Media: Building a Road Map

SMACC Discussion Panel on FOAM/Social Media

Victoria Brazil, Mike Cadogan, Simon Carley, Joe Lex, Chris Nickson, Ming Le Cong, and Anthony Holley consider the pitfalls and potential of free open access medical education and social media.

SMACC: Simon Carley - Educational Leadership and Subversion

smacc media

SIMON CARLEY: EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND SUBVERSION Carley

 Carley considers the future of open access and traditional forms of education.

SMACC: Victoria Brazil - Technology Versus Learning

smacc media

VICTORIA BRAZIL: TECHNOLOGY VERSUS LEARNING

Brazil1 

Brazil sizes up the limitations and possibilities of technology and social media applied to medical education.

SMACC: Lex - From Hippocrates to Osler to FOAM

smacc media

JOE LEX: FROM HIPPOCRATES TO OSLER TO FOAM

Lex hipp2

Joe Lex has been involved in Emergency Medicine for more than 42 years, initially as an Army medic with the 25th Infantry "Tropic Lightning" Division in Vietnam.

He spent several years as an Emergency Medicine Technician and Certified Emergency Nurse before beginning Medical School at age 35.

After an Emergency Medicine residency, he was a community "pit doc" for 14 years before joining the staff at Temple University in Philadelphia.

He was Chair of Education for the American Academy of Emergency Medicine for five years.

The AAEM honored him by renaming the Educator of the Year award the "Joe Lex Award."

This is his first fantastic talk from SMACC 2013

More Articles...

Page 21 of 51

21

Our Sponsors
ICN Home
Follow us on Twitter
Follow Us on Facebook
Subscribe to the ICN RSS feed