Critical Care Scenarios
Discussing the psychology of emergency response, team dynamics, and debriefing with Dan Dworkis, MD, PhD, FACEP. He’s the Chief Medical Officer at the Mission Critical Team Institute, a board-certifie
An important cognitive bias in medicine, and how the COVID pandemic has shown us that generalizing the assumption of competence is a treacherous pitfall. Find us on Patreon here! Buy your merch here!
After our recent episodes on publishing papers and giving talks, we close off with a review of leadership and academic rank: sitting on committees, educational roles, faculty appointments, and more. F
On todays TIRBO: A sinister pitfall that may lead you to injuring lungs and worsening outcomes. Find us on Patreon here! Buy your merch here!
How to evaluate the patient with unexplained encephalopathy, and a practical approach to diagnosing autoimmune encephalitis with an emphasis on anti-NMDA receptor encephalitiswith Dr. Casey Albin (@C
On todays TIRBO: A couple common lines Id rather stop hearing people say in the ICU.
A general discussion about how we recognize patients are dying, how we steer into discussions regarding goals of care, and the many biases and errors we often bring to the table. Two-part blog post at
On todays TIRBO, a couple things worth saying when a patient is struck down with unexpected critical illness: its going to take time, and it wasnt anyones fault. Find us on Patreon here! Buy your
We look at the patient with known pulmonary hypertension admitted for new issues like sepsis and pneumonia, and how they differ from our usual bread and butter, with help from Dr. Raymond Foley, direc
Much is made of staying cool during emergencies, but what does this really mean? What is calm, what role does it play in a clinical environment, when is it appropriate, and how do we learn it? This