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spartacus007

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About spartacus007

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    Alok
  • Last name
    Sharma
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    Consultant Neonatologist
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    Princess Anne Hospital Southampton UK
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    Southampton
  1. Click on this link for author updates- http://createsend.com/t/d-48647D6A56FF9751
  2. Did the baby have a UVC
  3. Cross Industries Approach to Improving Neonatal Care We have experts from NASA and Athletics UK as well as Formula 1 running workshops on the approaches they take to simulation, risk, and teamworking to maintain high standards. What can we adapt from them into our Practice. We are organizing the next annual neonatal simulation conference in September on the 26th and 27th of September 2017 at the Grand Harbor Hotel Southampton. The conference has a multidisciplinary theme of ‘Simulating Together to Improve Neonatal Outcomes’. We are looking to showcase work done by you in the field of neonatal simulation which you think is pertinent in furthering our approach to how we deliver simulation in the neonatal intensive care environment. A list of potential workshops and topics are attached. An abstract form is available on www.mproveonline.com or http://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-23208728/documents/581052c5acd5aC3sUUzu/Abstract Template for poster and podium.docx Best Wishes Dr Alok Sharma Consultant Neonatologist
  4. We are currently doing a study on the natural history of temperature in neonates in Southampton using a standardised protocol from delivery to admission to the NNU and in the first 24 hours under 31 weeks gestation. We only use plastic bags.
  5. Very nice video. We have also got a very similar channel addressing a similar concept which we use for our trainees https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC22LMIG5Bwqhreic_DFHATw
  6. Dear Colleagues, As part of our Difficult Neonatal Airway course I am adding the 3rd video in the series titled 'Cant Intubate Can Ventilate'. This should be seen in conjunction with the previous 2 videos. We will be producing videos on Can't Intubate Can't Ventilate, Principles of Videolaryngoscopy, Difficult Neonatal Airway Trolleys in due course.
  7. Pleasure guys 3 more to come
  8. Young Investigator Prize We are organizing the next annual neonatal simulation conference in September on the 26th and 27th of September 2017 at the Grand Harbor Hotel Southampton. The conference has a multidisciplinary theme of ‘Simulating Together to Improve Neonatal Outcomes’. We are looking to showcase work done by you in the field of neonatal simulation which you think is pertinent in furthering our approach to how we deliver simulation in the neonatal intensive care environment. Research work relating to neonatal simulation and TEL is what we are looking for. An abstract form is available on www.mproveonline.com or http://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-23208728/documents/581052c5acd5aC3sUUzu/Abstract Template for poster and podium.docx Best Wishes Dr Alok Sharma Consultant Neonatologist
  9. Dear Tarek can you email wonepeducation@gmail.com
  10. That's great Tarek contact me on aloksharma@nhs.net
  11. We are moving to use of I stat machine based testing. Is any one else using them Alok