Intensive Care Network Podcasts Online
What is Intensive Care?
Intensive care units are committed to providing quality care to critically ill patients and improving the quality of those lives. It’s a separately recognised specialty in Australia with specific training, which do not require prior specialty qualifications. These units are usually staffed by specifically trained intensive care specialists.
Intensive care is a robust specialty with high standards of clinical practice, training and research. The Australian intensive care community contributes to improving critical care services by building these strengths and enhancing their learning experience.
Podcasts play a great role in helping doctors, nurses and medical students to stay updated on the latest updates and developments in clinical topics. These podcasts can be accessed by medical students, junior medical officers, residents, critical care trainees, ICU advanced trainees and nursing staff working in intensive care, emergency medicine and anaesthesia. Intensive care podcasts are available for doctors to help them improve the care they provide to their patients by listening to interesting and thought-provoking conversations with highly respected, qualified, and experienced peers.
At Critical Care Education, we create intensive care network podcasts with the mission to connect the intensive care community and help them achieve the best results for their patients by advancing intensive care practice. We also offer medical education podcasts that provide high-quality, concise, and clinically relevant covering topics relates to physiology, pharmacology, critical care, emergency care for critically ill patients, and more.
Our ICU primary prepcast and eCritCare podcast feature 33 and 46 episodes, respectively discussing various topics pertinence to intensive care pharmacology and physiology. Click on the episodes you are interested in to learn the new advancements and updates in critical care.