Author Archives: Natalie May

About Natalie May

EM and PEM-trained UK doctor working in Prehospital & Retrieval Medicine in Australia. Evolving medical education interest, running enthusiast, karaoke queen. Here for the #FOAMed.

Everything ECMO – Part Two

Natalie Kruit on Troubleshooting ECMO Retrieval This second post from the Sydney HEMS ECMO education days summarises a great session by Retrieval Doctor and all-round legend Natalie Kruit on Troubleshooting in ECMO Retrieval. What’s the role of the Retrieval Doctor? … Continue reading

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Everything ECMO – Part One

Most of the following post is taken from the recent Sydney HEMS ECMO Education day with some taken from an earlier ECMO education day and amalgamated into a huge amount of notes. ECMO in New South Wales Associate Professor Paul … Continue reading

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ECMO Spectacular: CGD 30th November

It’s the big one – ECMO jobs represent a small proportion of the work we do but a significant clinical and logistical challenge. It’s time to rise to that challenge with an ECMO themed CGD on 30th November! At next CGD … Continue reading

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Clinical Governance Day 16th November

Fantastic learning opportunities ahead! Next week we’ll be exploring not one but TWO interactive cases as Geoff Healy takes us through a tricky clinical case, while Alan Laverty & Aircrewman James Koens talk logistics in the context of a recent … Continue reading

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Clinical Governance Day 19th October

Next Wednesday our Clinical Governance Day will feature an airway extravaganza! It’s time to hone those airway skills from RSI currency to paediatric surgical airway, CMAC to Ambu A Scope and King Vision. The day kicks off with a review of … Continue reading

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Clinical Governance Day 21st September 2016

Join us next Wednesday for a human-factors-focused clinical governance day at the Bankstown helicopter base. We are particularly excited to welcome Paul Mayer, a Naval medic who returned from operational duties in Afghanistan earlier this year. He’s going to talk about … Continue reading

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