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Scott Weingart, MD FCCM. Podcast 167- Emergency Critical Care with Sara Gray. EMCrit Blog. Published on February 8, 2016. Accessed on June 5th 2023. Available at [https://emcrit.org/emcrit/emergency-critical-care-sara-gray/ ].
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Very interesting and a topic that I’m developing an interest in as nurse who as recently qualified. Fellowships are great but it does sort of forget the nursing side of things. I would love it if there we a similar fellowship for nurses or cross training between ED/ICU nurses. Given we manage ICU level patients in ED resuscitation rooms, sure there needs to be a formalised level of training and education for the nursing staff. A cross over between ED and ICU would be excellent. I’m a nurse in a small ED in the UK an occasionally write blogs for… Read more »
Are you aware of any good resources that might guide the development of emerency nurses into emergency critical care nurses?