47 episodes

Do you work on an EMS team or in a hospital? Do you want to improve patient care, love learning new things, but never have enough time? The resus10 podcast fits the info you need into the time you have. Download a 10-minute episode today and discover tips and techniques that could help your team make a lifesaving difference.

resus1‪0‬ Stryker Emergency Care

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 17 Ratings

Do you work on an EMS team or in a hospital? Do you want to improve patient care, love learning new things, but never have enough time? The resus10 podcast fits the info you need into the time you have. Download a 10-minute episode today and discover tips and techniques that could help your team make a lifesaving difference.

    The stress factor: A special two-part episode (part 2)

    The stress factor: A special two-part episode (part 2)

    In stressful situations, our brains don’t always work the way we think they do – and fostering an awareness of that disconnect can make a major difference in providing quality care.
     
    In this special two-part episode of resus10, Sean Graham interviews Dr. Michael Lauria, the 2021 NAEMSP and Stryker EMS Medical Director Fellowship recipient. Currently, Michael serves as an emergency medicine resident at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center and flight physician for Lifeguard Air Emergency Services.
     
    Michael shares how his experience in the military primed him for addressing cognitive offloading in the emergency department and EMS environment, and how deliberate practice and learned psychological skills can help mitigate the frequently under-realized effects of stress. 

    • 11 min
    The stress factor: A special two-part episode (part 1)

    The stress factor: A special two-part episode (part 1)

    In stressful situations, our brains don’t always work the way we think they do – and fostering an awareness of that disconnect can make a major difference in providing quality care. 
     
    In this special two-part episode of resus10, Sean Graham interviews Dr. Michael Lauria, the 2021 NAEMSP and Stryker EMS Medical Director Fellowship recipient. Currently, Michael serves as an emergency medicine resident at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center and flight physician for Lifeguard Air Emergency Services.
     
    Michael shares how his experience in the military primed him for addressing cognitive offloading in the emergency department and EMS environment, and how deliberate practice and learned psychological skills can help mitigate the frequently under-realized effects of stress. 

    • 9 min
    Digging into airway data

    Digging into airway data

    Gathering data is step 1. But how do you bridge the gap between analyzing that data and implementing improvements? 
     
    In this episode of resus10, Sean Graham interviews Dr. Andy McCoy, the first graduate of the University of Washington EMS Fellowship, medical director for AMR Puget Sound and Shoreline Fire Department, and assistant program director for the EMS fellowship at the University of Washington. 
     
    Andy shares how his team analyzed data in a systematic way to pinpoint opportunities for improvement in airway management, prioritized and communicated solutions to those challenges, and ultimately changed behavior in a meaningful way to positively impact patient outcomes.

    • 11 min
    A lifesaving mission

    A lifesaving mission

    With a mission to raise awareness and support programs that give ordinary people the power to save lives, the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation focuses on stimulating attitudinal and behavioral changes through community outreach, education and research.
     
    In this episode, Sean Graham interviews Mary Newman, cofounder and president/CEO of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation. Previously, she served as executive director of the National Center for Early Defibrillation at the University of Pittsburgh and as faculty in its department of emergency medicine.  
     
    Mary shares insights into the foundation’s groundbreaking research and how clinicians including physicians, nurses and paramedics can become more involved in supporting their mission to save lives.  

    • 10 min
    The innovation journey – from idea to market

    The innovation journey – from idea to market

    What does it take to turn an idea into an innovation that can be used by emergency caregivers to help patients? 
     
    In this episode of resus10, Sean Graham interviews Kathryn Janecke, senior director of regulatory, quality and clinical affairs for Stryker’s Emergency Care business unit. With a background in biochemistry, Kathryn has spent 20 years in the medical device industry, having worked on in vitro diagnostics, hematology, audiology and cardiology devices. 
     
    Kathryn discusses the often-complex journey a medical device must complete to be brought to market and how different regulatory pathways and environments help maintain a high standard of quality for these potentially lifesaving devices.  

    • 11 min
    The building blocks of innovation

    The building blocks of innovation

    As the healthcare environment is continuously evolving, how are medical technologies keeping pace with the need for constant innovation? 
     
    In this episode of resus10, Sean Graham interviews Kiran Mahadik, director of upstream marketing for data solutions for Stryker's Emergency Care business unit and a board member of the Sepsis Alliance. As a healthcare technology leader, Kiran is a former management consultant with over 20 years of experience in technology strategy, portfolio management and platform delivery.
     
    Kiran takes Sean behind the scenes of the innovation process at Stryker, including a closer look at the nuances, challenges and opportunities surrounding the development of data solutions in the medical device space. 

    • 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

MilesNotCyrus ,

Love it

SUCH great content. I always want to hear and know more, wish they were longer - on the other hand I do appreciate that they are short, so aren’t overwhelming. So, Nicole this means you need to create another, longer podcast 😉

Anon1151 ,

Well worth a listen

This is a great podcast, Concise delivery of information and relevant. If you are a nurse leader or physician who is interested in the mechanics of a good resuscitation this should be on your list. The content appears to be brand agnostic and my only qualm is I wish it were longer. When I was perusing the forums I saw a few people mention that Nicole actually performs the theme song herself on her guitar herself. While I will never know if it's true or not I will continue to be impressed by her content, if you've ever seen her speak at a convention it's the same level of enthusiasm and similarly well sourced and referenced content. Enjoy!

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