Trainee led intensive care unit induction - an educational and quality improvement project

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Introduction Under the leadership of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, junior trainees from varied medical backgrounds are increasingly undertaking placements in Intensive Care Units (ICU) [1]. Unlike their predecessors, current trainees may have little prior training in advanced organ support (AOS), yet clinical responsibility may be high a potential patient safety issue. Traditional seniordoctor led departmental induction may not rapidly adapt to the evolving requirements of current trainees [2].

DOI: 10.1186/2197-425X-3-S1-A865

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@inproceedings{Sumpter2015TraineeLI, title={Trainee led intensive care unit induction - an educational and quality improvement project}, author={John P. Sumpter and JD Wijesuriya and R Mccomb and Gilbert Thomas-Black and Andrew Achilleos and Alistair Connell}, booktitle={Intensive care medicine experimental}, year={2015} }