Jesse Spurr


On July 13th we will be facilitating a super-charged techniques of simulation workshop to some brilliant clinician educators at The Teaching Course Downunder. In order to maximise our 4hrs together, we have curated some of the best FOAM simulation resources available. Learning Objectives 1)      Participants will learn how to identify […]

Goal Directed Simulation at TTC Downunder


This post is a collation of references and resource material from my second presentation in the inaugural Caboolture Redcliffe ICU Sepsis Workshop for nurses. The objective of this session was to work through critical appraisal of 5 prominent critical care trials with particular significance to our practice context. The completely […]

Clinical Trials Worth Knowing – CRICU Sepsis Nursing Workshop




This blog post was created for and during the Social Learning for Simulation Educators workshop at the Laerdal SUN Meeting Sydney 2016. Here are the fabulous editorial team. Some great simulation education blogs: Extensive collection of simulation content resources from Injectable Orange Simulating Healthcare – blog by Paul Phrampus The […]

Social Learning for Educators




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Editor’s note (Jesse Spurr): This summary explains Jennifer’s research study for her Master’s thesis, where she set out to learn how  critical care nurses become resilient. You can read the entire thesis here, watch a short YouTube video here, or a detailed YouTube video summary here. I see the effects of burnout and, conversely, the protective shroud […]

Managing Exposure: Resilience in ICU