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

Important: please complete run disclaimer and expression of interest form here Day: Sunday Date: 12th June 2016 Time: 14:00 Distance: 5.2K Meeting Point: Convention Centre Dublin Route Map: Route Details: (adapted from this site) NOTE: different start/finish points!   Just in front of Dublin Convention Centre is the sleek new […]

smaccRUN Dublin

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

In my role as Clinical Nurse Consultant in Intensive Care I have to regularly review the things we do in daily practice against the best available evidence. Unfortunately, due to the processes and politics of many organisations, there is significant duplication in clinical practice guidelines. One of the most frequent […]

EBP and Consensus Guidelines for ICU

Editor’s Note: In a second installment from newly appointed Associate Editor and author, Wayne Varndell presents a snapshot of a current political and social priority and how it relates to those working in Emergency Care. Periodically the Australian Emergency Nursing Journal intend to release a number of “Hot Topic” publications […]

Domestic Violence and the ED: AENJ Hot Topic #FOANed

Editor’s note: Of late I have spent an increasing amount of time searching for quality, accessible, nurse driven open access content. Two things have struck me: 1) there are a huge number of nursing blogs that have had no new content for 2-5 years; and 2) We are not advancing […]

#FOANed From Australian Emergency Nursing Journal