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Resuscitate Like a Complete Badass, Ashley Leibig, 2018
Optimizing Cardiac Arrest Care, Alia Dharamsi and Alice Gray 2018

Optimizing Cardiac Arrest Care, Alia Dharamsi and Alice Gray 2018

August 19, 2019

“LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA” -Alice, Alia, All of resusTO

Coaching, feedback, mastery of learning, rapid-cycle deliberate practice. Maybe you know the algorithms, but how do you translate that book knowledge into actionable teamwork? Moreover, how do you take a team from functioning well to functioning as an elite unit? Alice and Alia are here to show you the path to being better. (17:30)

Trauma Resuscitation Re-Sequenced, Chris Nickson and Andrew Petrosoniak, 2018

Trauma Resuscitation Re-Sequenced, Chris Nickson and Andrew Petrosoniak, 2018

August 12, 2019

“Re-sequence your approach based on physiologic priorities” -Petro

“Customize, then optimize” -Chris

ATLS provides a useful and structured approach to the patient with multiple injuries. However, strict adherence to the ABCDE script can cause harm in certain circumstances. In this talk, Chris and Petro discuss how to customize resuscitation based on physiologic priorities. (18:36)

Resuscitative Hysterotomy, Sara Gray 2018

Resuscitative Hysterotomy, Sara Gray 2018

August 7, 2019
“This one will wake you up; Badness is coming your way” - Sara
 
You might only see this once in a career, and when you do, you and your team need to be ready.  Sara talks physiology, technique and team-based approach to this confronting resuscitative scenario. (19:18)
Simulation for Elite Performers. Chris Nickson 2018

Simulation for Elite Performers. Chris Nickson 2018

July 3, 2019

 

“Experience and expertise are not the same thing” -Chris

 

resusTO was designed to bring simulation and resuscitation together in an inter-professional environment.  Chris describes the rationale for training like you fight, using simulation to help teams manage complexity and develop collective competence at the level of teams, systems and organizations. (21:38)

 

Critical Airway Management and Mindset (CRAMM). Scott Weingart, 2018

Critical Airway Management and Mindset (CRAMM). Scott Weingart, 2018

June 11, 2019

Critical Airway Management and Mindset (CRAMM)

“You suck at airway” -Scott

Don’t play the anesthesiologist’s game. For most emergency, critical care and prehospital providers, airway management is a rare and episodic, providing little opportunity for practice, improvement and skill development. Master one technique, know it cold: Scott talks single-technique mastery and first-pass success, anywhere other than in the OR. (15:08)

 

Link to the EMCrit algorithm: https://bit.ly/2NuqKKw

Resuscitation Economics - Andrew Petrosoniak & Patricia Trbovich, 2018

Resuscitation Economics - Andrew Petrosoniak & Patricia Trbovich, 2018

May 28, 2019

Andrew Petrosoniak and Patricia Trbovich: Resuscitation Economics

 

“We are predictably irrational” -Patricia

 

Nudging behaviour. Friction. Opportunity cost. Resuscitation by definition requires making choices and working with finite resources. Petro teams up with human factors engineer Patricia Trbovich to describe how principles of behavioural economics can be used to improve patient safety and resuscitation efficiency. (20:40)

 

More info on TRUST: https://bit.ly/2VJT0MP

 

Defending the Tribe - Victoria Brazil & Jesse Spurr 2018

Defending the Tribe - Victoria Brazil & Jesse Spurr 2018

May 20, 2019

Victoria Brazil and Jesse Spurr: Defending the Tribe: Do MDs Make the Best Team Leaders?

 “Leaders are one thing, but leadership is another” -Vic

 Effective leadership models, distributed leadership, nurse-led resuscitation teams. In this kick-off talk for resusTO 2018, Vic and Jesse set the table by sharing strategies for organizing leadership to respond do dynamic clinical environments. What’s your one percent? (20:31)

After The Arrest - Sara Gray 2018

After The Arrest - Sara Gray 2018

May 2, 2019

Sara Gray: After the Arrest

 “You will have cases that hurt you, cases that haunt you” – Sara

 This is not post-arrest care for the patient, but for the provider. What happens to US, on the front lines, after cases that challenge us personally, emotionally, spiritually? Like most challenges, you need a plan. In this powerful talk, Sara Gray describes her structure and strategy for psychological well-being after inevitable tough resuscitations. (18:00)