Sydney, New South Wales – June 11, 2020 – Critical Care Education shares the recent emergency medicine podcasts on practical topics in critical care. The blogs will cover various clinical, non-clinical topics and imaging from the critical care world.
When asked about their service, “Critical care education website is a platform where you can access critical care podcasts, medical education podcasts and interviews with intensive care experts. The idea is ‘share to learn’ and ‘learn to share’. These podcasts are considered amongst top intensive care podcasts. They are 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, “replied the spokesperson of Critical Care Education.
Critical Care Education critical care podcast will help you to understand the complexity of intensive care.
He continues, “Through these podcasts, we present you the best available evidence in the field of intensive care. These podcasts are prepared by some of the top intensive care specialists who are very experienced and passionate about medical education. Our job as medical educators is to inform you, motivate you, inspire you and help you excel in your professional career.”
The four different podcast series published on this website include eCritCare podcast, ICU Primary PrepCast, ANZICS Meet the Expert podcast and Educator’s podcast.
“eCritCare podcast is free emergency medicine podcasts, designed to discuss the latest evidence in critical care along with the controversies in intensive care. This is designed for Intensive care specialists/attendees, trainees and nursing staff working in critical care areas. ICU primary prepcast is another free best medical podcast available for intensive care trainees appearing for Intensive care primary exams with the college of intensive care medicine (CICM). This podcast covers both physiology and pharmacology relevant to intensive care. ANZICS meet the expert podcast series, i.e. Intensive Talk is the official podcast series of Australia and New Zealand Intensive care society (ANZICS). 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,“ concluded the spokesperson of Critical Care Education.
About Critical Care Education
Critical Care Education create and share the best emergency medicine podcasts to inform you, motivate you, inspire you and help you excel in your professional career. To learn more, visit https://critcareedu.com.au/
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