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RAGE talks CRM Brindley-style and dasSMACC

The next RAGE session is here! (we’re no longer numbering them as the low numbers are depressing…)

This one is 95 min long and includes:

  • Introduction and ‘What’s bubbling up?’ (starts 00:00 min) — head rotation for effective ventilation, The Procedures Course, FOAM social capital and wellness, Tips for New Doctors..
  •  ‘Optimizing Crisis Resource Management’ (starts   14.29 min) — an interview with Peter Brindley followed by thoughts from Karel Habig
  • ‘dasSMACC reflections’ (starts  67.09 min)
  • ‘A blast from the past’ by Karel Habig on ‘John Scott Haldane’ (starts  87:55 min)
  • ‘Words of Wisdom’ from Peter Brindley (starts  92:36 min)

The RAGE podcast is on  iTunes here and the RAGE podcast audio feed is available here.

Here are the show notes for this RAGE Session :

Introduction

What’s bubbling up?

Optimizing Crisis Resource Management

dasSMACC Reflections

Blast from the Past

Words of Wisdom

  • “To be a better doctor, be a better human” — Peter Brindley

Thanks again for listening to the RAGE!

All Doctors are Jackasses

Yep, here’s another RAGE team taster… Though, unfortunately I’m up next.

One of the dumbest things I’ve ever done was assign myself a spot at SMACC to talk after Cliff’s amazing ‘How to be a Hero‘ speech…

Oh well, the show must go on, eh.

This is what happened — my talk on how System I and System II thinking underpins clinical decision making and how we are affected by, and can overcome, cognitive biases:

Listen to the audio by clicking here and view the slides:

Relevant links and references are available on LITFL here, and for more talks from SMACC subscribe to the SMACC podcast on iTunes.