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Stress Management

Manage your thoughts Know the main issues with your patients and anticipate problems that may arise including non-response to treatment Have previously rehearsed strategies to deal with undifferentiated or defined… Read more »

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Clinical Handover

INTRODUCTION Can be verbal or in written form Identified as an event that regularly presents high risk-exposure to patient care Incomplete or misinterpreted information leads to delays in patient review, an… Read more »

Learning Insights

Memory organization Knowledge can be declarative (facts) or set actions or processes (procedural) Information is more likely to be memorised in the long-term if it has meaning (relates to what… Read more »

Critical Communication

  Inadequate communication is a potential cause for adverse incidents.  It is particularly important in the dynamic, emotionally charged and information dense environment of the resuscitation room Elements of good communication include… Read more »

Follower-ship

Much has been written on the subject of team leadership and crew-resource management particularly in a resuscitation situation. It incorporates concepts such as a shared mental map, clear standardised language, role delineation, standard-operating… Read more »