- RT @cliffreid: #FOAMeoke with @_NMay @AlanLaverty @Sineadnib - appropriate send off for 3 great @SydneyHEMS registrars #ThankYou #Indebted… 4 days ago
- Final day of HEMS Team Induction for our new registrars. Life, limb & sight saving procedure tests today, exam cond… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 5 days ago
- RT @gareth_grier: @PerformanceLDN @NHSBartsHealth For anyone who deals with emergencies, in any environment. Lots of athlete interest too!!… 6 days ago
- RT @HawkmoonHEMS: Delighted to welcome Dutch research elective student @floris_oud to @tollambulance base today to commence with @SydneyHEMS 6 days ago
- Inspired by @drbear13 in Seeing Is Believing #allaboutwomen sydneyhems.com/2017/02/13/see… https://t.co/cUrBB9OBpF 1 week ago
Author Archives: Cliff Reid
Our Sydney HEMS specialist Clare Richmond is one of the brilliant women in this video who inspire the next generation of authors, marine biologists, and HEMS physicians. The video was made for Sydney Opera House’s flagship All About Women festival.
New aeromedical clinicians in New South Wales will undergo Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET) at Toll’s Aeromedical (ACE) Training Centre, Sydney, Australia. The ACE is also the site of the HEMS Team Induction Course from February 2017. This amazing facility … Continue reading
As always, all NSW Health staff are welcome to attend, a sign in is required. See here for directions: https://sydneyhems.com/contact/
Please note there will be no Clinical Governance Day this week 24 Aug 2016. The next CGD is on 7 September
Retrieval medicine specialist Dr Stefan Mazur outlines postgraduate academic study options for retrieval clinicians. As he points out, the list is not exhaustive, and focuses on Australasian and British courses and exams. Links: Diploma in Retrieval and Transfer Medicine Royal … Continue reading
Cliff Reid, Karel Habig, and Geoff Healy discuss how to minimise prehospital scene time while providing meaningful interventions.
Cliff Reid, Karel Habig, and Geoff Healy discuss the approach to patients with hypoxia and obstructed airways, prior to rapid sequence induction. This is all about effective basic airway management.