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Critical Care Global Grand Rounds

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This show accompanies the 'Critical Care Global Grand Rounds' - fortnightly lectures delivered by leading global experts in Critical Care Medicine.Take a dive into the latest evidence-based best-practice, with leading researchers and speakers.

Latest Episodes

Prof. John Myburgh: "Reductionism vs Numerology: why less is best"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Understand key principles of the trajectory of human illness. 2. Appreciate that physiological-based treatment strategies do not translate to improved patient-centered outcomes. 3. Re-evaluate the clinical utility and safety of fundamental interventions such as fluid resuscitation and haemodynamic management. 4. Re-evaluate temporal changes to patient-management and recognise iatrogenesis.

50 MIN1 w ago
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Prof. John Myburgh: "Reductionism vs Numerology: why less is best"

Prof. Peter Brindley: "Culture change: a 12 step programme"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Review the importance and key aspects of Human Factors in acute care medicine. 2. Understand the importance of burnout and resilience and how solutions can be divided into me/you/us (i.e. an individual/team and organisational level). 3. Discuss culture change and how you can influence it.

71 MIN3 w ago
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Prof. Peter Brindley: "Culture change: a 12 step programme"

Kenneth Baillie: "Susceptibility to Sepsis, Flu and COVID-19: critically ill patients are abnormal hosts"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Describe the evidence for inherited susceptibility to critical illness in infection. 2. Define key terms including phenotype and genotype. 3. Understand the scale of the human genome and variation within it. 4. Describe the analogous nature of new terms describing sub-syndromes and diseases.

48 MINMAY 25
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Kenneth Baillie: "Susceptibility to Sepsis, Flu and COVID-19: critically ill patients are abnormal hosts"

Prof. Carol Peden: "Quality Improvement basics to impact frontline critical care"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Understand the concept of the PDSA cycle and how to apply it in ICU. 2. Understand what a “run chart” is and why you should use them in your ICU. 3. Be able to discuss at least two basic change management concepts. 4. Understand the basic concept of a “driver diagram” and how it can be used to plan and manage care. 5. Discuss tools to understand patient death or harm, such as structured reviews and fishbone analysis.

56 MINMAY 11
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Prof. Carol Peden: "Quality Improvement basics to impact frontline critical care"

Prof. Peter Brindley: "Airway Management Outside the Operating Room (during COVID-19)"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Discuss the differences between AMOTOR and AMITOR. 2. Define why AMOTOR is a more risk full procedure. 3. Appreciate the role of human factors and team factors. 4. Discuss novel airway insights and common misconceptions regarding airway management.

66 MINAPR 27
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Prof. Peter Brindley: "Airway Management Outside the Operating Room (during COVID-19)"

Dr James Jackson (PsyD): "Post Intensive Care Syndrome in the Era of Covid-19"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Describe the key components that constitute Post Intensive Care Syndrome. 2. Identify key risk factors for the development of Post Intensive Care Syndrome. 3. Articulate key approaches to the treatment of Post Intensive Care Syndrome. 4. Provide a detailed rationale for why Post Intensive Care Syndrome will likely be an issue of urgent concern for survivors of COVID-19.

64 MINAPR 12
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Dr James Jackson (PsyD): "Post Intensive Care Syndrome in the Era of Covid-19"

Dr James Jackson, PsyD: "Managing stress and effectively coping during the COVID-19 pandemic"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Articulate reasons why mental health problems are possible and pose significant concern during the current pandemic. 2. Identify warning signs that indicate the existence of stress and coping difficulties. 3. Initiate steps to attend to and improve self-care and emotional functioning. 4. Discuss with friends and colleagues the principles of effective coping. 5. Create an organizational culture conducive to promoting mental health.

57 MINMAR 29
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Dr James Jackson, PsyD: "Managing stress and effectively coping during the COVID-19 pandemic"

Prof. Danny McAuley: "Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Describe and perform optimal ventilation strategies for patients with ARDS. 2. Describe and understand fluid management in patients with ARDS. 3. Discuss and understand adjunctive therapies for the treatment of ARDS. 4. Discuss pharmacological treatments.

56 MINMAR 29
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Prof. Danny McAuley: "Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome"

Prof. Kathryn Maitland: "Anaemia & Transfusion: lessons learned from the TRACT trial"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Discuss why transfusion guidelines in Africa differ from high-income countries. 2. Explore the safety of whole blood versus packed cells. 3. Explore the impact of donor blood age (time from collection to transfusion) on outcomes. 4. Understand the burden of Sickle Cell Disease on the blood transfusion services in Africa. 5. Discuss the impact of severe anaemia on African children and the ensuing risk of heart failure.

48 MINMAR 17
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Prof. Kathryn Maitland: "Anaemia & Transfusion: lessons learned from the TRACT trial"

Prof. Margaret Herridge: "Outcomes for Patients and Families After Critical Illness

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Understand the physical consequence of critical illness 2. Learn about the mood disorders affecting patients and families after critical illness 3. Discuss the pattern of healthcare utilization for patients after critical illness 4. Understand the differential responses to muscle injury and repair

52 MINFEB 29
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Prof. Margaret Herridge: "Outcomes for Patients and Families After Critical Illness

Latest Episodes

Prof. John Myburgh: "Reductionism vs Numerology: why less is best"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Understand key principles of the trajectory of human illness. 2. Appreciate that physiological-based treatment strategies do not translate to improved patient-centered outcomes. 3. Re-evaluate the clinical utility and safety of fundamental interventions such as fluid resuscitation and haemodynamic management. 4. Re-evaluate temporal changes to patient-management and recognise iatrogenesis.

50 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Prof. John Myburgh: "Reductionism vs Numerology: why less is best"

Prof. Peter Brindley: "Culture change: a 12 step programme"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Review the importance and key aspects of Human Factors in acute care medicine. 2. Understand the importance of burnout and resilience and how solutions can be divided into me/you/us (i.e. an individual/team and organisational level). 3. Discuss culture change and how you can influence it.

71 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Prof. Peter Brindley: "Culture change: a 12 step programme"

Kenneth Baillie: "Susceptibility to Sepsis, Flu and COVID-19: critically ill patients are abnormal hosts"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Describe the evidence for inherited susceptibility to critical illness in infection. 2. Define key terms including phenotype and genotype. 3. Understand the scale of the human genome and variation within it. 4. Describe the analogous nature of new terms describing sub-syndromes and diseases.

48 MINMAY 25
Comments
Kenneth Baillie: "Susceptibility to Sepsis, Flu and COVID-19: critically ill patients are abnormal hosts"

Prof. Carol Peden: "Quality Improvement basics to impact frontline critical care"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Understand the concept of the PDSA cycle and how to apply it in ICU. 2. Understand what a “run chart” is and why you should use them in your ICU. 3. Be able to discuss at least two basic change management concepts. 4. Understand the basic concept of a “driver diagram” and how it can be used to plan and manage care. 5. Discuss tools to understand patient death or harm, such as structured reviews and fishbone analysis.

56 MINMAY 11
Comments
Prof. Carol Peden: "Quality Improvement basics to impact frontline critical care"

Prof. Peter Brindley: "Airway Management Outside the Operating Room (during COVID-19)"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Discuss the differences between AMOTOR and AMITOR. 2. Define why AMOTOR is a more risk full procedure. 3. Appreciate the role of human factors and team factors. 4. Discuss novel airway insights and common misconceptions regarding airway management.

66 MINAPR 27
Comments
Prof. Peter Brindley: "Airway Management Outside the Operating Room (during COVID-19)"

Dr James Jackson (PsyD): "Post Intensive Care Syndrome in the Era of Covid-19"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Describe the key components that constitute Post Intensive Care Syndrome. 2. Identify key risk factors for the development of Post Intensive Care Syndrome. 3. Articulate key approaches to the treatment of Post Intensive Care Syndrome. 4. Provide a detailed rationale for why Post Intensive Care Syndrome will likely be an issue of urgent concern for survivors of COVID-19.

64 MINAPR 12
Comments
Dr James Jackson (PsyD): "Post Intensive Care Syndrome in the Era of Covid-19"

Dr James Jackson, PsyD: "Managing stress and effectively coping during the COVID-19 pandemic"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Articulate reasons why mental health problems are possible and pose significant concern during the current pandemic. 2. Identify warning signs that indicate the existence of stress and coping difficulties. 3. Initiate steps to attend to and improve self-care and emotional functioning. 4. Discuss with friends and colleagues the principles of effective coping. 5. Create an organizational culture conducive to promoting mental health.

57 MINMAR 29
Comments
Dr James Jackson, PsyD: "Managing stress and effectively coping during the COVID-19 pandemic"

Prof. Danny McAuley: "Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Describe and perform optimal ventilation strategies for patients with ARDS. 2. Describe and understand fluid management in patients with ARDS. 3. Discuss and understand adjunctive therapies for the treatment of ARDS. 4. Discuss pharmacological treatments.

56 MINMAR 29
Comments
Prof. Danny McAuley: "Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome"

Prof. Kathryn Maitland: "Anaemia & Transfusion: lessons learned from the TRACT trial"

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Discuss why transfusion guidelines in Africa differ from high-income countries. 2. Explore the safety of whole blood versus packed cells. 3. Explore the impact of donor blood age (time from collection to transfusion) on outcomes. 4. Understand the burden of Sickle Cell Disease on the blood transfusion services in Africa. 5. Discuss the impact of severe anaemia on African children and the ensuing risk of heart failure.

48 MINMAR 17
Comments
Prof. Kathryn Maitland: "Anaemia & Transfusion: lessons learned from the TRACT trial"

Prof. Margaret Herridge: "Outcomes for Patients and Families After Critical Illness

By the end of this lecture, the attendee will be able to: 1. Understand the physical consequence of critical illness 2. Learn about the mood disorders affecting patients and families after critical illness 3. Discuss the pattern of healthcare utilization for patients after critical illness 4. Understand the differential responses to muscle injury and repair

52 MINFEB 29
Comments
Prof. Margaret Herridge: "Outcomes for Patients and Families After Critical Illness
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