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A plan for improving the humanisation of intensive care units

15 February, 2017|

Hola a todos, my dear friends February 14th 2017 has been an historic day for Proyecto HU-CI. Intensive Care Medicine, the journal of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM), has published the article A plan for improving the humanisation of Intensive Care Units , which can be read for free in the following link. In the article we explain the [...]

Am I dead? Talking about ICU delirium

3 July, 2015|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.I want to show the next picture just published in Intensive Care Medicine, the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine journal: It was sent to the journal by Julie Vavuris, a Medical-Surgical ICU nurse in California. One of her patients wrote it while she was in a proof of spontaneous ventilation waking up from sedation [...]

From the intensive care bed…we need to hear and listen

31 January, 2015|

Hola a tod@s, my dear Friends. From the intensive care bed...we need to hear and listen, just published in Intensive Care Medicine, the journal of European Society of Intensive Care Medicine. (ESICM). It is wonderful that the most important impact devoted its space and time to help generate awareness and knowledge. Something is changing!. Darryl, a 46 year old businessman, crashed his motor-cicly against [...]

Understanding nurse–physician conflicts in the ICU

18 December, 2014|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.Let's go to the future, next 2015. In the online version of Intensive Care Medicine, the journal of ESICM, they offer us the article Understanding nurse–physician conflicts in the ICUIn a world where it´s increasingly the concept of teamwork, collaboration is essential to optimize care and improve the situation and satisfaction of healthcare providers .Conflicts between [...]

End-of-Life Care: Communication & Role of Nurses

2 October, 2014|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.  Published in ESICM web, the article "South African critical care nurses' views on end-of-life decision making and practices." (Nursing in Critical Care, 2013) talks about the results of a survey of ICU nurses in South Africa. The purpose of the study was to describe end-of-life decision making experiences and practices. The study finds that [...]

Only a person can save another one

1 October, 2014|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends. As you know, is taking place in Barcelona the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) congress. One of the initiatives that are being conducted, thanks to Life Priority and with the support of the Spanish Society of Intensive, Critical Medicine and Coronary Units (SEMICYUC) is the Train with Destination LIFE. During a train trip, interested travelers receive a [...]

ESICM is waiting you in Barcelona: Let´s go by Train!!

24 September, 2014|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends: Next weekend starts the 27 th Annual Congress of European Society of Intensive Care (ESICM) in  en Barcelona, from September 27th to October 1st. ESICM LIVES 2014 will be an awesome congress with an amazing program:  • Continuous sessions in 10 rooms, with more than 800 lectures, debates and interactive training sessions• 3 special sessions with [...]

Ensuring the Quality of Dying in ICU

14 August, 2014|

Hello everybody!! Today doble post to share the ESICM´s Video Ensuring Quality of dying in ICU, that IC-HU Proyect has edited and subtitled in Spanish. One more time, thanks to Jose Sesmero by editing and Daniel Muñiz in the traslate. Dr. J. Randall Curtis (University of Washington Hospital, Seattle) talks about many very interesting ítems for us and give some practical [...]

Staff Levels and Patient Mortality

10 July, 2014|

Hola a todos, my dear rogué From European Society of Intensive Care website, a very interesting review article is shared. They talk about staff levels and patient mortality. The investigators hypothesised: 1-Higher numbers of nurses on the ICU establishment will be associated with lower rates of patient mortality. 2-Higher numbers of consultants in an ICU will be associated with lower [...]

The 4 elements every ICU Needs, now in Spanish!

26 June, 2014|

Hi all, my dear friends. Today double post, since approaching the summer time, to share with you a very special video of the European society of intensive care (ESICM).  A few weeks ago they published the video The 4 Elements Every ICU Needs, and which amazed me as many of you that have already seen it.  So I contacted Sherry [...]