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Dan Resnick-Ault Sep 15
My top 3 takeaways: 1) Pick your 1% x 3: Personal competence, collective competence, and personal life. 2) Manage complex problems with semi-autonomous sub-teams 3) Resist temptation to meet emotion with fact. Thanks for the INCREDIBLE conference!
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resusTO Oct 13
TFW you hear the first of the plenary talks are about to be released online ...
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Sep 14
"Move out of your comfort zone. You can only grow if you are willing to feel awkward and uncomfortable when you try something new." Brian Tracy
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David Carr Jun 9
Super excited that ⁦⁩ will be making a guest appearance with ⁦⁩ and I on stage at ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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resusTO Jun 12
Three days left to submit to the resident speaker competition, AKA the greatest and best contest in the world Deets: Contest closes June 15 @ midnight EST 💥
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Kari White Sep 14
⁩ referencing ⁦⁦⁩ “3Ds of clinical debrief: deactivation, deconstruction, dissemination” ⁦
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Simulation Centre Sep 14
1 sim to go to wrap . SimMan3G has had a rough couple of days, but some great care!
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Simulation Centre Sep 14
They all made it out of the Escape Room! Thanks for playing along! Congrats to both teams! No babies were harmed in the process, 😉
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Salim R. Rezaie, MD Sep 14
Aggregation of Marginal Gains: Small incremental improvements or deteriorations in any process can add up over time to a significant improvement or decline when they are all added together
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Glenn D. Posner Sep 13
Meta-Lesson to share ; sim educators should endeavour to be sim participants periodically so they can remember what it’s like to be in the hot seat - the adrenaline rush, the uncertainty, feeling like the white crayon! Should be part of MOC for sim educators
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ali gee Sep 13
.⁦⁩ day 1 complete. It’s been epic
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Adam Cheng Sep 13
Hello!!!! Love it. No shame in having someone coach you during resuscitation. CPR Coaching help ... ALOT. CPR feedback alone not enough.
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Jeffrey Bilyk Sep 13
I believe this is called the "debrief"
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Julian Regehr Sep 18
My 1% - Prompting learner at beginning of shift that I’m going to ask what their 1% is. This lets me a) tell them about this game changer b) focus my end of shift feedback on what they’ve identified as important to them
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ashley liebig Sep 14
All the brains! What an honour to be part of this disruption! Innovation and altruism at work right here!
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Brandon Ritcey Sep 13
This team of speakers is off the hook.
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Gerhard Dashi Sep 14
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Resus Cric Superstar Sep 13
Hot tip for residents via : when you're in a sim feeling superfluous, muttering ideas at the team leader to justify your presence is called "frequency gambling" and is generally not thought to be helpful .
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Maggy Sep 13
Live. Die. Repeat Dr Nixon
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Drew Crandall Sep 14
Amazing to see the contingent of paramedics attending . We are often the first stop on the road to resus. Our attendance shows a desire to do better, be better for our patients.
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