Hosted by paramedic Zach Cantor, "Critical Levels" is a new podcast dedicated to having critical conversations in paramedicine. "Critical Levels" is a podcast for paramedics, by paramedics, with a Canadian and local bias.
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Bruises, breaks, and burns: Child & Youth Maltreatment with Dr. Michelle Ward
Is it an accident or is it abuse? Tune in with Dr. Michelle Ward, Division Head of Child and Youth Protection at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, as we discuss what paramedics need to know about child & youth maltreatment
Managing the Critically Ill Paediatric Patient with Jon Lee
Tune in with Jon Lee, formerly from the ORNGE Pediatric Critical Care Transport Team as he discusses his approach to the critically ill child
The ABCs of Cardiac Arrest Management with Dr. Ian Drennan | Part 2
Continue our conversation with Dr. Drennan about cardiac arrest care. We've reached the end of our algorithms - what can we do next?
The ABCs of Cardiac Arrest Management with Dr. Ian Drennan
We claim to practice evidence-based medicine, but what does the evidence actually say about how we manage our cardiac arrests? Tune in to our discussion to find out
Tactical Paramedicine with Benoit Jolicoeur
Tactical paramedicine, rescue task force, tourniquets, and massive life-threatening hemorrhage. Tune in to our conversation about these topics with Ben Jolicoeur of the Ottawa Paramedic Service Paramedic Tactical Unit
Cognitive Bias and Metacognition with Dr. Vanessa Bohn
How do we make decisions? How does our bias impact patient care? Listen in to our conversation with Dr. Vanessa Bohn as we discuss cognitive errors, metacognition, and cognitive bias
Great content. And to the point.
Love listening to this podcast while on downtime at work, or when I’m just studying in my off time. Great job with providing such a variety of content with some pretty interesting medical professionals. I’ve been on the road now going on 4 years, not gonna lie, I’ve gotten complacent with my studies at times and got bad habits but it kind of brought me back to my old self where I’ve renewed my passion for the profession I dreamed of being involved in. Thanks so much!
Poignant, topical with great content and relevant information for paramedic practice in general and Canada/Ontario specifically. Really appreciate it, a regular listen for my commutes, thanks again
Very informative episode about Coronavirus.