Intricate intubations: understanding the experience of a novel emergency response intubation collaboration between anesthesia and emergency clinicians during the COVID-19 pandemic

Intricate intubations: understanding the experience of a novel emergency response intubation collaboration between anesthesia and emergency clinicians during the COVID-19 pandemic

  • Joanne Goldman 24 May 2022

    Thank you for an excellent poster and video about your study of the experience of a novel emergency response intubation collaboration during the pandemic. The poster and video very nicely report on the range of significant issues related to interprofessional collaboration in this particular clinical context. The number of responses you received from participants is impressive! From your data, is it possible to gain insights into how participants adapted to the challenges they experienced such as ED nurses struggling to balance role with ERIT vs ED team or ED physicians hesitancy to adopting a passive role? Is this intervention continuing in some way? If there are plans for 'areas for improvement' such as the joint simulation or shared decision making, would be greatly interested in hearing more about how these interventions will be planned/studied to address the range of issues identified in your findings (e.g., criteria for ERIT activation, roles during intubation, handover details), which as you note, are relevant to other interprofessional collaboration activities.

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