Joff Lacey, Monty Mythen, Mike Grocott and Desiree Chappell look back at a successful and, at points very passionate, ASER 2018. What are we now looking forward to? How did the discussions around leadership pan out? What about the blood pressure sessions? Was this, as the team suggest, a “maturing” of the movement? What are…
Arman Dagal and Desiree Chappell discuss bringing about change, managing and sustaining it over time and helping relate it to patient outcomes. What is after ERAS, do we have an ‘ERAS of ERAS’ – so to speak? Check out this episode!
Kara Douglas and Joni Brady speak about the advantages of enhanced recovery and what practicioners can do to promote it. Educating both the wider community and the patients themselves are an important part of the discussion. Check out this episode!
Carol Peden and Lee A. Fleisher join Desiree Chappell for a fascinating discussion about cognitive function after surgery and a wider conversation about the ‘brain health initiative’. What practical simple steps can patients and providers take to bridge the gap between new discoveries in this area and risk minimisation? Check out this episode!
Joff Lacey catches up with Matt McEvoy after a lively debate about monitoring patients in the post operative period. One of the big moments of ASER 2018 – make sure you hear this.
Desiree Chappell, Philip Corvo and Vicki Morton discuss critical care patients and enhanced recovery pathways. How do the insights of ERAS apply to these situations?
Ruchir Gupta and Joni Brady sit at the Roundtable with Desiree Chappell to discuss implimenting better practices and “ERAS 2.0”. The ground up approach via a ‘council of nurses’ sparks some fascinating debate and discussion. Can a roundtable approach sometimes work better than the traditional hierarchical power structure?
Michael Scott, Neil Seeley, Kevin Watkins and Desiree Chappell discuss enhanced recovery pathways, specifically regarding liver sections and other complex operations. Check out this episode!
Joff Lacey catches up with Mike Scott (Virginia Commonwealth University) and Ross Kerridge (John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, Australia) in the exhibit hall of ASER 2018 for a quick chat on enhanced recovery implementation. Check out this episode!
Raul Castillo, Jennifer Clark and Kay Smith join Desiree Chappell to discuss their experiences of enhanced recovery. They discuss how just imprementing the ERAS intraoperative protocols drove outstanding outcomes in their practice. They then get into a wider discussion about the importance of putting into practice the bigger plan. Check out this episode!