Dynamics 2012 Conference Presentations
Voices of Conviction from Sea to Sky: Speak Up, Speak Out, Be Heard
September 23 to 25, 2012, Westin Bayshore, Vancouver, BC
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- 1A The Movement Behind the Move: Envisioning, Designing and Implementing a 36 Bed Intensive Care Unit
- 2B Some Like It Hot. Revelations in Managing Fever in the ICU
- 2B Session Notes
- 2E The Changing Face of Post-Arrest Care: Therapeutic Hypothermia
- 3B Continuity of Care Rounds: A Novel Approach for Long Term Stay ICU Patients
- 4A Peer to Peer Competency Validation at the Bedside
- 4B What Do You Do When the Bleeding Won't Stop?
- 4D Anabolic Steriods in Critical Care: Oxandrolone
- 6E Technology at the Bedside: The Evolution of Patient Communication in Critical Care
7A Pep UP Protocol for Critical Care Nutrition
- 7B Establishing a Collaborative Partnership With Families in the ICU: Addressing Informational Needs on Admission
- 7E Speak Out: Critical Care Nurses Lead the Way in Pressure Ulcer Prophylaxis
- 9A Can You Improve the Performance of Your Code Team?
- 9B From ECLS to Home - the 2009 Calgary H1N1 Experience
- 9C Wound Care: What Do You Do With What You See...
- L5 Pres 1 Stop the Noise...A Quiet Environment Promotes Healing
- L5 Pres 3 The Challenges of Off-Service Patients: Exploring Patterns of Utilization of Critical Care Response Teams