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Interprofessional Care and Teamwork in the ICU

10 March, 2018|

Some things are so obvious, that often go unnoticed or we forget them. Critical Care Medicine has just published an excellent revision titled Interprofessional Care and Teamwork in the ICU. It underlines the importance of multidisciplinary work in the modern ICU, putting in value the role of each member of the team and  including patients and families in the center [...]

Moral Distress in the ICU Team

15 January, 2015|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends. A few days ago Dr. Vicente Gómez-Tello sent me this article published in Critical Care Medicine in December 2014, because he knew that it could interest us: A Qualitative Study Exploring Moral Distress in the ICU Team: The Importance of Unit Functionality and Intrateam Dynamics. Again the qualitative research provides us with data from [...]

All for one, one for all by Verónica Rojas

7 November, 2014|

After attending the 13th ceremony of the Best Ideas of the Health Awards 2014 of Diario Médico, in which IC-HU Project was awarded, many questions have given turns over my head.I come from Chile and I am living in this beautiful country named Spain, living a dream in the beautiful Barcelona and although I know well that we are in [...]

#EnfermeríaVisible, #Happytobeanurse…together we are more!

25 October, 2014|

From IC-HU Project, we endorse to make whom looks to be invisible to visible, because although it is obvious and we wouldn't need to say it, sometimes we need to remember what is necessary. Porque lo que no se ve, existe (What it is not possible to see, also exits)     Health workers should be to be a TEAM and all members regardless of their "shirt" or CV, are [...]

The B Team, by José Manuel Velasco

27 September, 2014|

Talk about "teamwork" is easy in those places where this is a guideline, but tremendously complicated with whom has no clear the meaning. Recently I read a post of the great Miguel Ángel Máñez (@manyez) where he said: "teamwork is one of the current mantra in health organizations. But actually "teams" that exist are really teams ? Or rather are pseudoteams based [...]