- Happy critical care registrars visiting the base today to learn more about PHARM and working with Sydneyhems in NSW… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 18 hours ago
- Inspiring to hear about working in limited resource environments, and how to return to Australia from ACC/EM consul… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 22 hours ago
- AiR – Learning from the Airway Registry (June 2019) sydneyhems.com/2019/06/21/air… https://t.co/ju2pcLxEM2 5 days ago
- RT @HawkmoonHEMS: Learn from excellence twitter.com/SydneyHEMS/sta… 1 month ago
- AiR – Learning from the Airway Registry (May 2019) sydneyhems.com/2019/05/21/air… https://t.co/n2k7hGcd1M 1 month ago
This presentation was given at the Retrieval 2014 conference in Glasgow.
Several of our paramedics, registrars, and consultants will be attending the SmaccGOLD conference this month. Here’s the video we submitted to allow us to compete in the Sim Wars competition.
Sydney HEMS retrieval specialist and intensivist (and emergency physician, by the way) Dr Craig Hore covered a workshop on escharotomy for severe burns at the Bedside Critical Care Conference in 2013 EXPLAINED: Emergency Escharotomy from Oliver Flower on Vimeo.
Dr Karel Habig discusses cardiac arrest and introduces the START Project – Second Tier Arrest Response Trial, commenced in February 2014. This video is from a presentation at Aus-ROC 2013 Mechanical Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Seminar