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This podcast is dedicated to the hard-working doctors, nurses and allied health professionals striving for excellence

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This podcast is dedicated to the hard-working doctors, nurses and allied health professionals striving for excellence

    Fiona McKenzie - negotiation skills for female doctors

    Fiona McKenzie - negotiation skills for female doctors

    Despite increased focus on gender inequities in healthcare in recent years, female doctors still experience the effects of systemic discrimination.  Rather than teaching them how to cope with discrimination, proactive strategies such as enhanced negotiations skills may help to level the playing field.

    Fiona McKenzie is a management consultant and mediator, and she has developed a framework for teaching negotiation skills to female doctors, helping them achieve their goals and progress their careers.

    She joins Todd on the podcast to discuss her program

    More information about Sustainable Negotiation can be found at www.resolvingmatters.com.au

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    • 16 min
    Craig Mitchell - anaesthetics

    Craig Mitchell - anaesthetics

    Dr Craig Mitchell has spent nearly 20 years providing general anaesthesia and critical care services.  His career encompasses private and public work, routine and emergency cases, critically ill patients and rural practice.  Somehow, he's also found time to explore non-medial business interests to, as a co-founder of a boutique winery and wine bar.

    His story serves as an example of the wide and varied opportunities available to medical graduates

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    • 19 min
    Lee-anne Chapple - protein metabolism in ICU

    Lee-anne Chapple - protein metabolism in ICU

    Malnutrition is common in ICU, and it stands to reason that it should impact on functional recovery.

    Lee-anne Chapple is a senior dietician in critical care at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, and an NHMRC Early Career Fellow at the University of Adelaide.  She joins Todd on the podcast to discuss her work in protein metabolism in critically ill patients

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    • 15 min
    Dharshi Karalapillai - low volume ventilation in anaesthesia

    Dharshi Karalapillai - low volume ventilation in anaesthesia

    Traditionally, anaesthetists have ventilated patients undergoing prolonged surgery with supra physiological tidal volumes to prevent collapse and improve oxygenation.  But is this safe?  Evidence from the critical care sphere suggests ventilator induced lung injury may be minimised with a more conservative approach.

    Dharshi Karalapillai is an Intensivist-Anaesthetist from Melbourne's Austin Hospital, and is lead author of a paper which explored the role of a low volume ventilation strategy.

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    • 21 min
    Christian Hamilton Craig - Cardiology

    Christian Hamilton Craig - Cardiology

    So what makes a cardiologist tick?

    Professor Christian Hamilton-Craig has experienced the full spectrum of cardiology, from academia and research to bedside clinician, taking the good with the bad along the way.

    In this absorbing interview he describes the path his career has taken, the options available to those interested in cardiology, and the enjoyment he derives from it to this day.

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    • 19 min
    Tomoko Fujii - metabolic acidosis

    Tomoko Fujii - metabolic acidosis

    Does metabolic acidosis cause harm to critically ill patients?  Or is it just an epiphenomenon of severe illness?

    In this podcast, lead investigator of the VITAMINS trial, Tomoko Fujii, joins Todd to discuss her latest program of research, the SODIBIC trial.

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    • 11 min

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