‘Shielded’ anaesthetists and intensivists during the COVID‐19 pandemic

Twitter Proud to contribute to important letter in @Anaes_Journal with @iliff_helen @carly_webb16 @morefluids on behalf of Anaesthetists & Intensivists #shielding Hope to stimulate discussion about how we might move forwards and return to work in a safe mannerhttps://t.

The Cauldron: Overcoming Obsolescence (Abstract)

Creating a Portable High-Fidelity ECMO Mannequin for Developing an ECMO-assisted CardioPulmonary Resuscitation (eCPR) Programme

Background eCPR is a complex process requiring multiple team members to conduct technical procedures in a coordinated, time-critical fashion. Simulation has an increasingly well recognised role in medical training, particularly in the field of critical care, allowing non-technical skills to be honed and logistical challenges to be identified and solutions sought in a safe environment.

Xtreme Everest 2: Unlocking the Secrets of the Sherpa Phenotype?