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James Huffman
Emergency Medicine and Medical Education, especially Sim, Pre-hospital Care/HEMS and Airways. Also a bit of hockey, running, fine beer - and miscellany.
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Can’t wait to dig into this!
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Amy Edmondson Sep 1
 : Thoughtful piece: Work on yourself first... we have a choice by
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GomerBlog Aug 31
BREAKING: There are two groups of people, those elated it's a long holiday weekend, and those on call who hate them.
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James Huffman Aug 26
Running is therapy. 🏃
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Andrew Petrosoniak Aug 26
One of the great failures of and is that we spend far too much time teaching people content and far too little time spent teaching people how to learn. The opportunity cost here cannot be overstated. 1/
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Simulation Canada Aug 25
Incredible SIM Expo sessions! Full program - New keynotes - Focus on psychological and cultural safety! • Les scéances incroyables au SIM Expo ! Le programme complet - Conférenciers supplémentaires - Sécurité culturelle et psychologique -
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Adam Cheng Aug 20
Effective debriefing requires a high degree of psychological safety. What strategies can be used to build and maintain psychological safety during debriefing? Michaela Kolbe shares tips and tricks
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Jenny Rudolph Aug 19
Simulation-based educ is never automatically a “safe container” for learning. Creating a “safe container“ is easy to say and hard to do. How to reconcile epistemologies excellent performance (as a patient I appreciate that!) vs learning is an an important & thorny question.
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Ryan Brydges Aug 18
Interested in how we establish psychological safety in simulation-based education? Medical culture's objective pursuits may compromise the claim that SBE is a 'safe container' for learning
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AIME Airway Aug 1
Mid summer hot night reading with a new chapter from the Infinity Edition of Airway Management in Emergencies () The Difficult Airway Encountered in an Unconscious Patient
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Andrew Koch Hall Jul 23
How should we approach faculty development for ("Residency 2.0") to change the culture of residency training? Check out the education paper: and commentary:
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Mark Yarema Jul 23
If a suspected opioid overdose doesn't fully respond to naloxone and has ongoing decreased LOC, think etizolam. It's been detected in opioid fatalities in Alberta. Benzo-like drug. Decreased LOC and decreased resp rate. No specific antidote.
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Victoria Brazil Jul 18
Fundamental question for those of us working in simulation in healthcare institutions. What skills do we need? What collaborations? What research frameworks?
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Mark Yarema Jul 9
Antipsychotics are well known for causing neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS, one of the toxicologic hyperthermic syndromes), probably from dopamine antagonism. They have also been implicated in drug-induced hypothermia, possibly because of their serotonin antagonism effects.
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Jenny Rudolph Jul 2
One part of closing the gap is closing the internal gap between righteous indignation abt others’ actions & the 5% chance (or better) there is a good reason for what they did. Getting curious even for 30 seconds simetimes helps me bridge the gap.
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James Huffman Jul 1
Replying to @TChanMD
Fantastic!
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James Huffman Jun 28
Welcome to cow town guys!! Can’t wait to meet you!
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AIME Airway Jun 23
Lidocaine 5% oint for Awake laryngoscopy. 50 mg/g ~10mg/cm. Average 1-2 applications. Each application ~3cm so 30-60 mg. Thanks to Gavin Greenfield for this
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