Culture change: a 12 step programme

Human Factors in Acute Care Medicine

The lecture duration is 1hr 03min.

1 CPD Point, 1 CEU, 1 CME credit approval pending.
Accredited by CPDUK, CBRN and Provider Pending.

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Peter Brindley
Professor of Critical Care Medicine, Anaesthesiology, and Medical Ethics, University of Alberta Hospital, Canada
Lecture Summary

This energetic talk starts with discussing the importance of Human Factors in Acute Care Medicine, and then pivots to how these ideas can be applied to understanding burnout, resilience, coping and practical aspects of culture change in medicine. These ideas are all presented within the context of the COVID pandemic.

Target Audience

Critical Care Doctors
Experienced or advanced Critical Care Nurses

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, you should be able to:

  • Review the importance and key aspects of Human Factors in acute care medicine
  • 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)
  • Discuss culture change and how you can influence it

Airway Management Outside the Operating Room (during COVID-19)

A review of the evidence

Critical Care Medicine / Airway

Critical Factors

Medical Crisis Management, Communication, Teamwork and Wellbeing for Healthcare Professionals.

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