SICS Meeting 2019

 

So he is back, doodling notes on meetings….this year’s SICS Trainees’ meeting to be precise. I was there last year and I can tell you it’s well worth popping up on the train for!

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So, what went on??

ICU should be centralised to tertiary centres? – David Semple

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Best studies of 2019! – David Gillies

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ROSE Study

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TBL’s take

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EPVent-2

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TBL’s take

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EOLIA

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TBL’s take

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Munshi

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SUPERNOVA

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CENSER / Refresh

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PREVENT

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TBL’s take

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SPICE 3

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TBL’s take

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AVB-TIPS

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TBL’s take

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The resilient trainee in ITU – Segun Olusanya

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The young person presenting to ICU – Anne McGettrick

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Regional anaesthesia in critical care – Richard Cowan

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SICS case presentations – the trainees

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Who should be admitted to ITU? – Edward Christopher

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Hypertension in critical care – Marie Freel

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Early mobilisation in ITU – Helen Devine @hdevine161

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Malignancy in critical care – Kathryn Puxty

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