News from the Critical Care Research Group
A new review from the 4P Study led by Peter Watkinson and Lucy MacKillop and funded by the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre suggests that blood pressure and heart rate changes during pregnancy are not as dramatic as traditionally taught.
Read the full paper here
- Julie Darbyshire, Research Programme Manager for the Critical Care Research Group, was interviewed by Jonathan Downham for his critical care focused podcast series. Their chat 'Enough with the noise already!' is online now.
- Rob Hatch, one of the Academic Clinical Fellows based at the Kadoorie Centre, wrote a short blog piece for the Intensive Care Society to accompany his article, 'Anxiety, Depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after critical illness: a UK-wide prospective cohort study'
- 'An assessment of algorithms to estimate respiratory rate from the electrocardiogram and photoplethysmogram' awarded the Martin Black prize for best paper published in Physiological Measurement in 2016. Peter Charlton and Tim Bonnici presented the paper at the recent MEIbioeng / MPEC 2017 Conference on the 14th September 2017. Read more about the respiratory rate estimation project here
- Tim Bonnici, based at the Kadoorie Centre for Critical Care Research & Education, presented at the recent Technology Showcase organised by a partnership of Oxford University Innovation, NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre, the Oxford AHSC, and the Oxford AHSN. His presentation is here.
- Decisions, decisions, decisions: British Journal of Anaesthesia podcast ahead of forthcoming publication reporting risk tolerance in anaesthetists. BJA; May 2017, Volume 18 - Issue 5 (45 Minutes)
- Publication (An assessment of algorithms to estimate respiratory rate from the electrocardiogram and photoplethysmogram) selected for 'highlights of 2016' by Journal of Physiological Measurement
- Electronic patient monitoring can reduce nursing workload
- Technology partnership to support clinical evaluation of digital health platforms
- SILENCE project featured in University of Oxford 2015-16 Annual Review
- Improving patient recovery: Human Factors in healthcare
- Noise, sleep, and delirium featured on BBC Radio 4, Inside Health
- Dr Peter Watkinson featured in New Scientist
- Intensive Care delusions hamper recovery
- Researchers target intensive care noise problem
- Patients and staff help researchers design noise reduction strategies for the intensive care unit
- Tablet computers replace bedside charts