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Who We Are

The People Behind Our Shows

Critical Care Education

We Are Eager To Give You Best Education And Style.

Critical Care Education is a website created to share recent literature on practical topics in critical care.

The philosophy behind this is  “Learn to Share & Share to Learn”.

The blogs are aimed to provoke thoughtful discussion in a Socratic manner.

The blogs will cover various clinical, non-clinical topics and imaging from the critical care world.

Please join us if you are keen on writing a blog or sharing your thoughts and wisdom or if you want any consultation around simulation or exam techniques.

Podcast Hosts


Dr Swapnil Pawar

Dr Swapnil Pawar

Podcaster, Blogger, Simulation & MedEd Enthusiast

Lifelong Learner

I work as Intensive Care Specialist and Clinical lead for Medical Education and Simulation at St George Hospital in Sydney. I am conjoint senior lecturer with UNSW and currently representing on ANZICS Education Committee  as Vice-Chair.
I am Certified healthcare simulation educator (CHSE) with Society of Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) & currently pursuing PhD to explore the relationship between working memory resource depletion and emotional states.
Workshops –
Convenor of Bronchoscopy for Beginners, How to have hard conversations and Advanced CVS physiology n Hemodynamic monitoring workshops, the medical lead for Resternotomy workshop, Advanced Simulation instructor, ALS Instructor course Instructor & Director for ALS 1 & 2.

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Dr Maddi Anupindi

Dr Maddi Anupindi

STG ICU SENIOR REGISTRAR

Maddi is an ICU registrar at St George Hospital who has a keen interest in teaching and education. She wishes that her recollection of medical knowledge was as strong as her recollection of song lyrics or quotes from episodes of ‘The West Wing’. When she’s not thinking of the next unquestionably funny dad joke for this podcast, she enjoys cryptic crosswords, musicals and anything cheese related. She hopes that this podcast helps in some small way to lessen the torment of the ICU primary exam.

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Dr Jose Chacko

Dr Jose Chacko

MEMBER OF THE EDITORIAL BOARD OF THE INDIAN JOURNAL OF CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE AND WAS ORGANIZING

Dr. Jose Chacko currently works as Senior Consultant and Head, Critical Care and Emergency Services at Narayana Health, Bangalore, India. He has over 18 years of experience in teaching and training in Critical Care Medicine. His key areas of interest include echocardiographic optimization of hemodynamic status, ultrasonography in critical care, renal replacement therapy in the ICU and management of refractory hypoxemia. He is a WINFOCUS trainer for ultrasound and echocardiography for trainees in Anaesthesia, Intensive Care, and Emergency Medicine. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine and was Organizing
Chairman of the Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (CRITICARE) in
Bangalore. He has several original publications in peer reviewed journals and has contributed to text
books in Critical Care and Emergency Medicine.

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Podcast Co-Hosts

Dr Hyreihm Su

CO-HOST MEDSPRESSO PODCAST

JUNIOR MEDICAL OFFICER AT SESLHD

2019 UNSW GRADUATE BMED, BSC(MED)HONS, MD (DISTINCTION)

I am a junior medical officer based at St George and Sutherland Hospital. As a medical student, I have enjoyed educating and mentoring junior colleagues and I wished to continue my commitment during my working years through projects such as Medspresso. In terms of my career aspirations, I hope to specialise in upper GI surgery with a view to complete my fellowship training in America. Aside from my teaching commitments, I am involved in research in bariatric surgery.

 

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Dr Andrew Lam

CO-HOST MEDSPRESSO PODCAST

JUNIOR MEDICAL OFFICER AT SESLHD

2019 UNSW GRADUATE BMED, BSC(MED)HONS, MD (DISTINCTION)

Hey everyone! I’m Andrew, a junior doc based between Bankstown and Campbelltown Hospitals in New South Wales. I spent most of my time at Liverpool hospital as a student from UNSW after graduating in 2019, and have stuck to the South-West Sydney district for my JMO years. I have an interest in intensive care at the moment, but hoping to get a wide range of experience in my junior years before applying to be a critical care senior resident sometime in the future. I’ve always enjoyed teaching fellow junior students back when I was in uni and thought Medspresso would be a great way to carry this trend on. Hope you enjoy the series!

 

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