Thoughts on brutalization in medicine from a young doc. How do we effect a change of our current culture?
In this talk from #SWEETS17, Stuart Duffin talks about the difficulty of prognosticating early severe TBI. When should we go all in and not fall prey to the self fulfilling prophecy of stopping treatment?
How low a pH can the human body handle? How bad is acidosis in cardiac arrest? Is there any point attempting to resuscitate a cardiac arrest patient with a pH of 6.8?
Första dagen är till ända och våra hjärnor är proppfulla med ny kunskap och nya erfarenheter! SWEETs FOAM-team består av Mads Astvad och Sandra Viggers från scanfoam.org, Thomas Dolven från scancrit.com, Jonas Willmer från akutmottagningen.com och […]
A personal take on the teaching course and why you may want to come to Copenhagen in June.
At scanFOAM we love SoMe and all of our “internet friends”, so much so that we want our “real life friends” to meet our “internet friends” when opportunities arise. Therefore, Camilla stood no chance after […]
Innovation and the millennial learner It will come as no surprise that innovation is a topic at The Teaching Course. The faculty behind The Teaching Course are truly first movers and innovative educators so having Christopher Doty kick off […]
Once again The Teaching Course has turned the Innovation Loft in New York City into the place to be for medical educators. So of course the scanFOAM team are present in the form of me, […]
We’re stoked to finally be able to announce something we’ve been working on for a while: A presentation masterclass featuring none other than Ross Fisher. Instead of listing all the details here, head on over to […]
Another one of the giants of the sim world has generously agreed to share his “How I Sim” story with #FOAMsim and the scanFOAM audience. Peter Dieckmann is an organisational psychologist, originally from Germany where […]