Containing the ether: towards a calmer paediatric resuscitation by Tim Horeczko

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What else do you want to know about Tim Horeczko? Sub-speciality board certified in Paediatric (or as he likes to call it, Pediatric) Emergency Medicine, polyglot and all round good egg Tim took this opportunity to bring a little calmness to the stressful storm that can be a paediatric resus.

So to prime you for this talk, take a look at this…

Tim is going to talk about four key things you can develop to make things flow more smoothly.

Situational awareness

Clarity of mission

Presence

Respect

That makes it sound so easy, doesn’t it? Just embody those four things and all will be golden. Go ahead and listen to the talk and find out how you can calm the paediatric resuscitation.

 

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