Here are the collated smaccGOLD videos from the smacc Vimeo channel
Podcasts are also available via iTunes :
Mad introduction to smaccGOLD conference – look out for the twirling batons with the various smacc-affiliated websites. Sets the scene for a critical care conference which dispels the notion of tribalism in medicine and instead embraces contributions from ALL who care for critical patients – rural doctors, retrievalists, emergency clinicians, anaesthetists, intensivists, social workers, paramedics, doctors, nurses and students.
VIC BRAZIL ON TRIBES
Mistress of meducation Vic Brazil gives a powerful demonstration of communication and tribalism
PANEL ON END-OF-LIFE-CARE
As a rural clinician, I am privileged to be involved in patient care from both primary care, resuscitation and end-of-life perspectives. This panel discussion involves intensivists and a stirling contribution from social worker Liz Crowe on end-of-life decision-making in critical illness. A notable absence were contributions from nurses and primary care physicians.
HANEY MALLEMAT ON FLUID REPSONSIVENESS
How best to assess fluid responsiveness? Haney talks you through with a truly impressive slide set
JOHN HINDS ON CRICOID PRESSURE
Cricoid pressure – does God really kill a kitten every time you use it? Dr Hinds talks us through a revolutionary new product, cricolol. Would you purchase snake oil from this pony-tailed smooth-talking Irishman?
SCOTT WEINGART ON INTRA-ARREST CARE
So much FOAMed goodness – intra-arrest intubation thro supraglottic, mechanical compressions, minimising time off the chest…
IAIN BEARDSELL ON PAIN & SUFFERING IN THE ED
OMG! Iain was nervous – but delivers possibly one of the best smaccTALKS on pain & suffering in the ED. Listen, watch and be enthralled
MARK WILSON ON NEUROSURGERY FOR EVERYONE
Mark delivers on stage demonstration of Burr holes with aid of a muppet from the speakers
KARIM BROHI ON TRIUMPH OVER TRAUMA
Karim – riginator of one of the earliest and best FOAMed trauma sites (trauma.org) debunks some of the myths around trauma management, with a video demonstration of REBOA. Emphasis is on doing the simple & “boring” things well – and the concept of “sweeping the floor” – peer review, audit, governance. Subjects close to my heart – standardisation to improve standard of care – standardisation allows improvisation.
CLIFF REID ON WHEN SHOULD RESUSCITATION STOP?
SIMON CARLEY ON DO RISK FACTORS REALLY FACTOR IN THE ED?
CLIFF REID ON RESUSCITATION DOGMALYSIS
SIMON CARLEY – WHAT TO BELIEVE, WHEN TO CHANGE
LOUISE CULLEN – WHY MOST PUBLISHED RESEARCH IS WRONG
LUKE REGAN – GETING IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME
JOHN MYBURGH – BETA BLOCKERS IN SEPSIS
DAMIEN ROLAND – EVALUATING EDUCATION
VIC BRAZIL _ EVIDENCE-BASED EDUCATION
SCOTT WEINGART – SEPSIS IN NEW YORK, OUR FIRST 15,000 PATIENTS
STEVE MCGLOUGHLIN – THE DYING TRAVELLER
SCOTT WEINGART – SURGICAL AIRWAY
TIM LEEUWENBURG – REMOTE RURAL RESUS ROOM PLANNING
SCOTT WEINGART – AWAKE INTUBATION THE EMCRIT WAY
SARAH WEBBB – DO DOCTORS DO IT BETTER?