185 episodes

Jonathan Downham is an Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, in the UK and Bryan Boling is a Critical Care Nurse Practitioner in the US. both of whom have a desire to share with like-minded people. Discover new resources in the physical and virtual worlds to help improve your practice, from websites with direct links to critical care and intensive care to those websites which make your life as an internet learner easier. Social media as a powerful learning and networking tool, using Twitter, YouTube and Linkedin to their maximum potential. Current research and the discussions about that research happening amongst practitioners on the internet and how that research can be implemented. News from current conferences and interviews with others practising in critical care. A site for a variety of people from those working in the critical care field to paramedics and physiotherapists, to practitioners working in specialties other than critical care.

Critical Care Practitioner Jonathan Downham: Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Teaching, Sharing and Interviewing.

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.2 • 22 Ratings

Jonathan Downham is an Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, in the UK and Bryan Boling is a Critical Care Nurse Practitioner in the US. both of whom have a desire to share with like-minded people. Discover new resources in the physical and virtual worlds to help improve your practice, from websites with direct links to critical care and intensive care to those websites which make your life as an internet learner easier. Social media as a powerful learning and networking tool, using Twitter, YouTube and Linkedin to their maximum potential. Current research and the discussions about that research happening amongst practitioners on the internet and how that research can be implemented. News from current conferences and interviews with others practising in critical care. A site for a variety of people from those working in the critical care field to paramedics and physiotherapists, to practitioners working in specialties other than critical care.

    CCP Podcast: So you want to be an ACCP?

    CCP Podcast: So you want to be an ACCP?

    This is a chat with Rowan Grieves, who works in Belfast, about her journey to become an ACCP and the hurdles she had to overcome when starting this new role.

    • 34 min
    CCP Podcast- Patient Diaries

    CCP Podcast- Patient Diaries

    This was originally a Facebook livestream with an ex patient- Carol Billian, Christine representing ICU Steps, a group helping support ICU survivors and Peter Nydahl from Germany who also aims to support the same group.

    • 56 min
    CCP Podcast- Lung Protective Ventilation- How to improve our practice.

    CCP Podcast- Lung Protective Ventilation- How to improve our practice.

    This is a chat I had with Dr Daniel Watkin about his QI project to assess compliance with the guidelines and how they went about improving it.  You can find the paper here- 'Beyond Audit: Embracing QI methodology to drive improvements in lung-protective ventilation'

    • 23 min
    CCP Podcast: When to do the tracheostomy

    CCP Podcast: When to do the tracheostomy

    This is a chat with Tamas Szakmany about the paper 'Impact of early tracheostomy versus late or no tracheostomy in nonneurologically injured adult patients: a systematic review and meta analysis' and his editorial 'When more could mean less intervention: the tale of tracheostomy timing in critical illness'

    • 28 min
    CCP Podcast- Weaning our patients.

    CCP Podcast- Weaning our patients.

    This is a chat with Professor John Laffey about the WEAN_SAFE study.  Weaning from mechanical ventilation in intensive care units across 50 countries (WEAN SAFE): a multicentre, prospective, observational cohort study

    • 31 min
    CCP Podcast: Do Not Resuscitate- the conversations we have.

    CCP Podcast: Do Not Resuscitate- the conversations we have.

    A discussion with Michelle about the recent paper she played a part in discussing the conversation s we have, or don't about Do No Resuscitate orders. The experiences of adult patients, families, and healthcare professionals of CPR decision-making conversations in the United Kingdom: A qualitative systematic review.

    • 42 min

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