Articles published on the blog:
3. Burnout in intensive care units – a consideration of the possible prevalence and frequency of new risk factors: a descriptive correlational multicentre study
BMC Anesthesiology. October, 2013
4. Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Pain Management
Nursing in Critical Care. October, 2012
5. Women health-workers are worst paid
ISanidad. February, 2014
6. Nurse over work increases mortality
elmundo.es. February, 2014
7. Determinants of Procedural Pain Intensity in the Intensive Care Unit.
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. January, 2014
8. Improving the family ICU care. A consensus manegement.
Enfermería Intensiva. July, 2009
9. Solidarity with 11-M Victims
REMI. March, 2004.
9. Hospital manegement at 11-M Terrorist bomb.
16. For an open-door, more comfortable and humane intensive care unit. It is time for change
Intensive Care Medicine. April, 2014
18. Investigating Conflict in ICUs—Is the Clinicians’ Perspective Enough?
Critical Care Medicine. February, 2014
19. Long-Term Cognitive Decline in Critically Ill Patients.
New England Journal Of Medicine. October, 2013
20. A Code Death for dying patients.
The New York Times. April, 2014
– Recovering from the ICU. A survivor´s history
Dr. Alison Clay. 43º Congress of American Society of Intensive Care – SCCM
– ¿Burn-out? ¿Why do you do what you do?
Coaching by Laura Ribas. 28 de Febrero de 2014
– Isaac´s live lip-dup proposal
Tales of patients, professionals or families
– And this hole in my neck? (spanish version)
Notes from a ICU patient. Febrero de 2014
– Return to tell the story. Report of a heart attack.
By himself, José Luis Díaz. 1 de Marzo de 2014
Prog. Crit. Care Med (Karger, Basel 1985)
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