'Fatigue and how we can manage it' an Education shot by Dr Emma Plunkett
Dr Emma Plunkett is a Consultant Anaesthetist and co-chair of the joint Fatigue Group. In this video she talks about what fatigue is, what causes it, what its effects are and what we can do to manage it.
‘Plan A blocks’ an Education Shot by Dr Ben Fox
This video by Dr Ben Fox demonstrates the surface landmarks, probe position, anatomy, sonoanatomy, scanning technique and simulated injection for all of the Plan A nerve blocks: Interscalene brachial plexus, Axillary brachial plexus, Erector spinae plane (transverse), Erector spinae plane (parasagital), Rectus sheath, Femoral, Adductor canal/femoral triangle, Sciatic (popliteal).
‘Learning how to learn’ an Education Shot by Dr Mark Stacey
In this video Dr Mark Stacey talks about strategies for learning new skills and taking them forward into your practice, based on what we know about the human mind and long term memory.
'Microaggressions in medicine' - an Education Shot by Dr Rosie Baruah
You may have been in situations in the workplace where something just didn’t feel right - a thing was said that made you or a colleague feel deeply uncomfortable, yet seemed too trivial in itself to justify ‘making a fuss’. This video by Dr Rosie Baruah defines these kinds of situations and gives a framework for dealing with them.
'Macro-circulation physiology' - an Education Shot by Dr Ashley Miller
This video by Dr Ashley Miller covers rational use of fluid, vasopressors and inotropes. An introduction to the haemodynamics of the macro-circulation (or...how blood gets around the body).
’Inotropes and vasopressors' - an Education Shot by Dr Sally El-Ghazali
Inotropes and vasopressors are commonly used in both anaesthesia and intensive care so it is important to understand indications and how they work. In this bitesize education video Dr Sally El-Ghazali gives a brief overview and (hopefully) helps demystify those purple sticker drugs quicker than it takes to label the syringe.