How did your intensive care unit manage during COVID19? What are the common experiences of practitioners from the developed world who bravely faced a pandemic like no other?
This is part one of a two part piece.
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Editor’s note; parts of this conversation which suffered from technical issues have been removed from this podcast.
Chaired by Ramani Moonesinghe, OBE, Professor of Perioperative Medicine at UCL and a consultant anesthetist at UCL hospitals, Director of the Health Services Research Center of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and national Clinical Director for critical and perioperative care at NHS England, with remote assistance from Catherine Motherway, consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care in University Hospital Limerick and contributions from panelists; David Walker, Professor in Anaesthesia and Critical Care Medicine, University College London Hospitals, Honorary Senior Lecturer UCL, Jim Down, Intensivist and Consultant Anaesthetist, University College London Hospital. Colman O’Loughlin, consultant Anaesthesia, Critical Care Medicine, Extracorporeal Life Support at the Mater Hospital, Dublin, Enda O’Connor, physician intensivist and current ICU Lead and Education Lead in St James’s Hospital.