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Intensive care medicine: Podcasts

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Podcast iconBJA Education podcasts

These podcasts cover a variety of topics, including episodes with themes of anaesthesia, critical care and pain, as based on the journal BJA Education, which can be accessed via the ANZCA Library Journals list.

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*Note: if you are interested in reading the articles associated with these selected BJA Education podcast episodes, please complete the request an article form, as the online subscription only covers Vol. 15, Iss. 3, 2015 - current for BJA Education.

Podcast iconEMCrit

The EMCrit Blog and Podcast are devoted to Maximally Aggressive Care: Maximally Aggressive Curative Care and Maximally Aggressive Palliative Care. They provide evidence-based information from the fields of critical care, resuscitation, and trauma and translate it for bedside use in the Emergency Department (ED) and the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).



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