The recent SEMS 2016 conference in Singapore was well received by attendees and its myriad of workshops/courses and talks continues to grow. This year, Changi General Hospital added a one day workshop to highlight the troubles in transporting critically ill patients. It involved lectures, simulation, quizzes and demos and lots of food.
"Shoutout" goes to Changi Simulation Institute for once again hosting and moulaging our sims.
TRANSPORT In the Critically Ill
|What its all about - TRICI|
|Demonstrating practically our retrieval bag and contents|
|Dr Joanne Ang debriefing after a multi-stage simulation|
|No gain without pain|
|The actual quiz - learning without the stress of marks|
|Dr Charles Chan-Johnson (centre) & SSN Himmah (extreme left) giving a synopsis of actual ambulance transport|
|Ambulance ride along with mannequin|
|Teaching faculty of Dr Naleen and SSN Irene "treating" a critical patient|
|A/Prof Loh Lik Eng giving a paediatric transport primer|