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Each month members of the University of Oxford Critical Care Research team will be highlighting a specific topic.

This blog accompanies the Critical Care Research Review Meetings.

The primary purpose of these meetings is to share information about projects running in the Critical Care Research Group with the rest of the team, but it is also an opportunity to discuss questions, issues, and methodological points of interest which have come to light during the course of projects.

Each meeting there will be a new topic for discussion, and this will be summarised here.

Matt Rowland and Jody Ede gave a talk about burnout in the critical care community

The group went to the Intensive Care Society State of the Art conference, held in Liverpool in December 2017.

The challenge of designing an obstetric early warning score system.

How to maximise the impact of your research results.

We review the Intensive Care Society State of the Art conference, held in London in early December 2016.

We address some of the challenges of big data and how the concept can be achieved in healthcare.

Our first blog introduces the importance of Human Factors when designing information screens for use in healthcare.