I received an email from a friend and colleague on how to build mental toughness in our trainees. After hearing the case that spurred the question, I actually began to believe the problem is actually one of self-granted permission to act and the conflict between errors of commission and errors of omission.
- Combating omission errors through task analysis and good reminders
- Rick Body has a great post on the silliness of the interpretation that, “First, do no harm,” should inspire passivity
- Casey Parker could not be restrained by words in the comment section so he recorded his response discussing the 2 modes of a part-time resuscitationist
Listen to the wee to understand what the frack I am talking about…
- EMCrit 293 – The Jerk & Check, Functional Heuristics in Resuscitation Project (MotR) - March 3, 2021
- EMCrit 292 – IV T3 for Myxedema Coma, A Different Take with Eve Bloomgarden - February 23, 2021
- EMCrit 291 – For Frak's Sake, Ketamine is at least as Hemodynamically Stable as Etomidate! - February 9, 2021