By Dr Cliff Reid
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Reflections on clinical cases, accounts of inspiring resuscitators, interviews, and updates from the literature on life-saving medicine
||CleanWhat It Takes To Be At The Cutting Edge||This talk was presented at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting in Manchester in September 2015. You can download the audio here, listen online here, or find it in iTunes at the RCEM FOAMed Network here. A brief summary of the||11 11 2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPre-SMACC mini RAGE||Currently the RAGE Podcast site is recovering from a cold, so here are the show notes for the pre-SMACC mini RAGE episode released June 2015. Here is the podcast And here are the references: SMACC Conference It’s a knockout GoodSAM GoodSAM App Oxygen th||9 6 2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanResus.ME! Podcast June 2012||I discuss the bad old days of poor training and lack of supervision with emergency physician and retrieval specialist Dr Karel Habig. The skeletons are coming out of the closet! Resus.ME! June 2012||22 6 2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFirst Resus.ME! Podcast||The desire to produce my own Podcast has been burning away for a while now. I can’t offer clinical pearls in the beautiful ways that EMCrit or EMRAP do, but I do want to share the news about the great resuscitation practitioners that have inspired m||3 5 2011||Free||View in iTunes|
The man with a plan
Cliff Reid is a humble emergency doctor who provides a great blogsite called resus me. He has a huge brain and manages to use all of it keeping up to date with the cutting edge of his fieldcraft , critical care and prehospital medicine. Remarkably he provides his blogsite for free for all of us to pick fallen crumbs from the master's table! his plan is to keep us all educated in the fight against critical illness and injury. he is the man!
Cliff is an engaging and inspiring speaker who imparts his passion for Emergency Medicine with ease. We need people like him in the specialty to keep us motivated and excited. Looking forward to more podcasts in the future.