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What a great job!

Indispensable RAGE team member Cliff Reid was a keynote speaker at the ACEM Annual Scientific Meeting in 2013.

He was tasked with delivering a talk titled ‘What a great job!’

… and, of course, he well and truly delivered.

httpv://vimeo.com/93460243

Hopefully this tides you over until the next RAGE session and inspires you as much as it inspires us.

Special thanks to ACEM for allowing the audio to be released as FOAM on the RAGE Podcast.

RAGE on…

Thanks again for listening to the RAGE!

smaccGOLD is all the RAGE

The entire RAGE team were at smaccGOLD, and we loved every minute of it.

Of course, Cliff Reid stole the show as per usual with his talk on ‘When should resuscitation stop?” (look out for it on the SMACC podcast in the coming months) but all the RAGE team made huge contributions to the critical care conference of the millennium.

Photo courtesy of SMACC
Photo courtesy of SMACC

This was the first time the entire RAGE team were in one place at the same time – rather than connected via Skype over the Internet – so we took the chance to record some audio. We managed to include a few friends too… Though, as always, the best bits will probably have to be edited out 😉

Look out for the next RAGE podcast featuring these SMACCers:

RAGE at smaccGOLD
Photo via @markhwilson

From left to right:

Unfortunately Oli Flower (@oliflower) is missing from the photo, but he’ll be in the next podcast too.

PS. Hat tip to @alittlemedic for inspiring the post title

How we train is how we fight

The RAGE team’s sphincters are progressively tightening as the pressure to perform at smaccGOLD mounts… the conference is just a couple of weeks away.

Sydney HEMS submitted a fantastic SimWars GOLD video entry — featuring quotations from HEMS speakers at the first SMACC conference, including RAGE’s Karel Habig and Cliff Reid.

Watch and be inspired…

Be inspired to train harder…

Be inspired to fight harder to save lives.

RAGE on iTunes

The RAGE podcast is now on iTunes here, and should start appearing in iTunes searches before 2014 (there is a bit of a lag before that happens — as there is for the RAGE logo to appear, unfortunately).

Oh, and if you like what you hear, write a review give it as many stars as you can!

Thanks for all the positive feedback so far, we’ll aim to make things even better in RAGE Session Two.