Sep 16, 2018
Sep 5, 2018
Trainees with an Interest in Perioperative Medicine (TRIPOM) is an exciting new collaborative designed to enhance and channel the enthusiasm of its members through various free open access online resources. The aim is to help give trainees a voice in the field of perioperative medicine.
Their website is here:
Sep 4, 2018
What is pain control for a perioperative patient? What is the 'subacute period' and do you incorporate it into your practice? How do we keep patients 'opioid free' once they leave our care? Furthermore - is the curriculum for medical professionals changing in light of the 'opioid epidemic'?
The tide is undoubtedly...
Aug 24, 2018
What is the standard of care given to patients who are getting an 'emergency laparotomy'? How do you use national data on a local level?
Also in this conversation; teaching patients, learning from patients, shared decision making and bringing together the preferences of the patient and practitioner.
There is also...
Aug 20, 2018
Discussion begins with an explanation of 'Trainees with an Interest in Perioperative Medicine' (TRIPOM), a big hit at the conference this year, then a wider discussion follows which includes thoughts regarding further research and application of the perioperative method as well as where it impacts medicine and care. The...