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Release Date: 08/02/2019

Roundtable | Salome Maswime and Bruce Biccard show art Roundtable | Salome Maswime and Bruce Biccard

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This piece is a short conversation with two guests we spoke with during the hugely successful Pocapalooza of EBPOM 2020, Live from London. Presented by Desiree Chappell with her guests Bruce Biccard, consultant anaesthetist at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, Director, Perioperative Research Unit, Department of Anaesthetics, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine and Salome Maswime, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and Professor of Global Surgery at the University of Cape Town. If you have enjoyed content from this year's EBPOM 2020 Live from London please contribute to our Just Giving page set up...

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POCAPALOOZA | Cape Town show art POCAPALOOZA | Cape Town

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The Pocapalooza begins! "Poc" standing for "perioperative care" and "palooza" meaning festival. Join us as we travel around the world promoting life changing healthcare. Go to for entertainment throughout the day as we celebrate the success of our first fully virtual conference, EBPOM 2020, Live from London! Regular listeners will be delighted to discover this piece is an update on a project which has been close to our hearts here on TopMedTalk; The African Surgical Outcomes Study (ASOS) and the African Perioperative Research Group (APORG). We're raising money for APORG this year, if you...

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EBPOM LIVE from LONDON | Innovation during COVID and beyond? show art EBPOM LIVE from LONDON | Innovation during COVID and beyond?

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This piece covers the fascinating upside to the recent global pandemic we have been facing in medicine; increased application of innovation and better time efficiency. "We have learned that we can move very quickly" How have innovations in times of crisis meant that technology has been able to be used which has 'upscaled' remote patient monitoring? How has the value of this innovation become clear during this recent resource stretched period? "People reached out for innovation, why would we go back?" How have people come together during the COVID crisis? Which of the innovations of the first...

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EBPOM Live From London | Procedural Sedationists and monitoring show art EBPOM Live From London | Procedural Sedationists and monitoring

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This piece focuses on procedural sedation and questions regarding, who delivers it, is there a standard for monitoring what is the correct approach to capnography? Further discussion also includes questions regarding sedation; is there room for compromise in the debate surrounding propofol? If so where does responsibility lie for that? Is it wrong to sell this as a "general anaesthetic"? Is there room for sedation teams who can find a compromise position? Presented by Desiree Chappell with Monty Mythen and Jim Down, Intensivist and Consultant Anaesthetist, University College London Hospital...

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EBPOM LIVE from London | Pain monitoring show art EBPOM LIVE from London | Pain monitoring

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"Everyone is aware of the opioid crisis outside of hospital, tragic opioid crisis, but we've had one on the wards for a long time". This piece focuses on opioid toxicity, depth of anaesthesia, patient monitoring and pain management. "We've all had situations where we give too much or too little"; either can be serious concerns, "it's essential we get the analgesia right". Presented by Desiree Chappell and Monty Mythen with Frank Overdyk, Professor of Anaesthesiology, Charleston, South Carolina.

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TopMedTalk | EBPOM LONDON IS LIVE TODAY! show art TopMedTalk | EBPOM LONDON IS LIVE TODAY!

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  Go now to This piece is a guide to just some of today's main events. Please go to now to register for an incredible 3 days of life changing and life saving information. If you don't sign up in time for today don't forget, after the huge success of EBPOM Live from London our next big event is EBPOM - Chicago!  

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EBPOM Live from London| Australian Perspective on shared decision making show art EBPOM Live from London| Australian Perspective on shared decision making

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The welcome return of Desiree's Roundtable is just one of the treats made possible by the groundbreaking virtual conference, EBPOM Live From London, which is taking place now. If you missed out on tickets stay with us here on TopMedTalk where you will soon be hearing selected highlights through the rest of the year. Also, make sure you are one of the first to hear exclusive content from EBPOM Chicago now by going to EBPOM.org and registering for FREE. This exclusive offer is for a limited time only. This piece explores perioperative shared decision making from a variety of angles. Where is the...

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TopMedTalk | EBPOM LONDON IS LIVE TODAY! show art TopMedTalk | EBPOM LONDON IS LIVE TODAY!

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Go now to This piece is a guide to just some of today's main events. Please go to now to register for an incredible 3 days of life changing and life saving information. If you don't sign up in time for today don't forget, after the huge success of EBPOM Live from London our next big event is EBPOM - Chicago!

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EBPOM 2019 | EBPOM 2019 | "My experience ... of esophageal cancer"

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"The predominant emotion was fear..."; this piece is essential listening for every TopMedTalk listener who really cares about the experience of their patients. Hear what it was like to participate in the pioneering, tailored exercise training programme, The Encourage Trial. Also, find out about "the Buddy Scheme" and how becoming a member of a local support group: SPICOS (Support for People Impacted by Cancer of the Oesophagus and Stomach) led to it. Could a 'Buddy', volunteers who have been in a similar situation and have agreed to be a point of contact for patients and their families, be...

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EBPOM Highlight | The Patient Safety Movement Foundation show art EBPOM Highlight | The Patient Safety Movement Foundation

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This talk is a powerful look at a new world where we commit your institution and practice to achieving an end goal of "zero preventable deaths". The Patient Safety Movement Foundation (PSMF) has generated an enormous amount of global news media coverage as it promotes that aim; celebrities, statesmen, politicians and industry leaders are all getting behind an ambition which, after hearing this talk, you are likely to want to see come to pass as much as they do. The clips used in this presentation are sourced from the PSMF's YouTube channel, find it here: Their official website is here: You...

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