Courses

The educators at RNSH are involved with several different courses which you’ll have the opportunity to get involved with. See below for more details.

The course and workshop calendar is available here.

SMACC – The Social Media and Critical Care Conference

The ultimate critical care conference – coming to Sydney in 2019.

The Basic Course

RNSH ICU runs this course for budding Intensivists once a year.

Cardiac Surgical Unit Advanced Life Support Course

RNSH ICU is proud to bring you this internationally recognised course covering cardiac arrest in cardiac surgical patients.

In-Situ Simulation Training

We run weekly in-situ simulation training in the RNSH ICU, in a bed-space in the middle of the working unit, during working hours…

The Critical Care Airway Management (CCAM) Course

Critical Care Airway Management is a 2-day, practical, hands-on course covering all aspects of advanced airway management for critical care trainees.

SLICE Course

The Simulated Learning in Intensive Care Emergencies (SLICE) course is a full-day course we run for ICU nurses and doctors 2-3 times a year. It is a fully immersive Sim training day where we run four major scenarios with a special emphasis on Crisis Resource Management. The course is very popular so get your roster requests in early!

Tracheostomy Study Day

We run this study day twice a year for all RNSH clinicians who care for patients with tracheostomies and laryngectomies. It consists of interactive talks, skills stations and simulation training.

The ECMO Course

We run this study day twice a year for all RNSH clinicians who care for patients on extra-corporial membrane oxygenation (ECMO) support. It consists of interactive talks, skills stations and simulation training.

The Emergency Neurological Life Support Course

RNSH ICU is proud to bring you this internationally recognised course covering emergencies in neurological and neurosurgical intensive care patients.

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