Tune in to a cross over episode with Simulcast, as Jesse Spurr and Victoria Brazil discuss Safety-II, Drugs and Design Sprints in Intensive Care.
In this episode, Vic and Jesse catch up to talk through a human centred design project aimed at improving medication safety in the Intensive Care Unit.
Moreover, Vic and Jesse discuss real world applications of Safety-II approaches, the core philosophy and practices of psychological safety and the importance of clinician led approaches to risk in practice.
The episode closes with drawing parallels between this work and the skills and practices of simulation.
Safety-II, Drugs and Design Sprints in Intensive Care
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Victoria Brazil is an emergency physician and medical educator.
She is Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of Simulation at the Gold Coast Health Service, and at Bond University medical program. Victoria’s main interests are in connecting education with patient care – through translational simulation for healthcare, and in developing high performing teams. She leads the Bond Translational Simulation Collaborative
Victoria is an enthusiast in the social media and #FOAMed world (@SocraticEM). She is co-producer of Simulcast and she hosts the Harvard Macy Institute podcast. She also serves as a faculty member with the Harvard Macy Institute.
For his paid work, Jesse is a critical care nurse. Much to the dismay of his ever-patient (and infinitely more successful) wife, Jesse likes to use his “spare” time doing “volunteer” work in the form of conference organising, co-producing free, open-access healthcare simulation podcast Simulcast, producing nursing practice development blog and podcast Injectable Orange, and all manner of other healthcare, research and education pseudo-academic activities. An exercise science graduate, sport and functional fitness tragic, Jesse classes himself a lifelong student of teaching, learning, health and human performance. Jesse’s proudest roles are head cheerleader for his wife, and their adult daughter, and best friend and co-navigator of life to his young son living with autism and ADHD.