Intensive Care: Lessons from the future

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Will Angus, ST6 Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, runner up in the Pecha Kucha session at State of the Art 2017, gave the following presentation where he looked back from 100 years hence.

Reflecting on the past century working within the speciality of Intensive Care, from the vantage point of the year 2117, and with only fifty years left before I reach retirement age, I wanted to share some pearls from the future via the medium of t-t-e-mail (time travel electronic mail).

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State of the Art 2017 in Liverpool: “Surprise, Surprise”.

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Professor Peter Brindley looks back at this year’s meeting and concludes; “The Conference is Dead, Long Live the Conference”.

To the seemingly endless list of unique wonderful things to have come out of Liverpool,2 we can assuredly add 2017’s Intensive Care Society State of the Art conference (SOA). In the sage words of local-girl-done-good Cilla Black: “Surprise surprise…the unexpected hits you between the eyes”. Regardless, I knew I was somewhere special when I asked for a hotel wake-up call and was told: “Certainly Sir, climate change is real”.3 I am delighted to report that the conference was similarly provocative, unexpected, and refreshing.

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State of the Art – Open to Everyone.

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Dr Jeremy Groves shares his excitement for the upcoming annual State of the Art conference on 04/12/17. 

I’m excited.

I’m excited because, despite the long evenings, some very British rain while cycling home and the prospect of a weekend on-call, I have the State of the Art to look forward to next week.

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