Category Archives: General PH&RM

What does training and education with Sydney HEMS look like?

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Clinical Governance Day – Wed 19th Jan, 2022

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Education Day – Wed 5th Jan 2022

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Clinical Governance Day – Wed 22 Dec (CANCELLED) 

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Education Day – Wed 8th Dec

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Clinical Governance Day – Wed 24th Nov 2021

Dial in details are available on request for those who wish to attend remotely.

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A Simple Framework for Clinical Reflection

CCP Sam Immens presented a great talk outlining a simple but effective method to perform Clinical Reflection. The following blog post explains this method.  What is Reflection and Why Should We Do It? Clinical reflection is a tool that enables … Continue reading

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AiR – Learning from the Airway Registry (September 2021)

Airway Registry learning points reflect the challenges described and wisdom shared by Sydney HEMS personnel and guests at the Clinical Governance Airway Registry presentations. Cases are discussed non-contemporaneously, anonymised and amalgamated over a time period to draw together unifying take-home … Continue reading

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Getting the hang of the Hamilton Ventilator:

About the Hamilton we use: Most common Vent settings we use and how to set them up: (S)-CMV: Synchronised Continuous Mandatory Ventilation mode- a pressure- regulated volume controlled mode SIMV: Synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation- a volume-controlled mode. Power on. Complete … Continue reading

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CGD 1st September

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