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Transcript: Finale

Track 10

Whew. (breathing)

I’m just walking back. It’s only midnight, so Jack is probably still delivering. I couldn’t sleep, so I left early this time. 1,546 more words

Writing

Transcript: Tracks 7, 8 & 9

Track 7

At night, things have two or sometimes three shadows, and they stay deathly still for hours on end. Day shadows are reassuringly straightforward, stretching and curling back to bed. 1,484 more words

Writing

Transcript: Tracks 5 & 6

Track 5

I live with Jack in a two-bedroom apartment.

When my parents kicked me out of the house, I found this place online and went to meet up with Jack. 1,116 more words

Writing

Transcript: Tracks 3 & 4

Track 3

I removed my gear in the alley, lifted it onto my window’s balcony using the complex pulley system I’d specially crafted and installed to be hidden and handy all at once. 1,593 more words

Writing

Transcript : Tracks 1 & 2

Track 1

Right. The little green light means…

Okay. I’m at work right now, uh. Charles is in the back. I’m… what am I saying? 1,528 more words

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Team work, managing teams – Chris Hicks

Chris Hicks talk Making Teams Work challenges current training for high acuity events and emergency training processes, or lack there of.

Source: Team work, managing teams – Chris Hicks

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An Essentials gift for you: how to be a better leader!

As we gear up for a new year, resolve to be a more effective resuscitation leader. Chris Hicks (@HumanFact0rz) shares simple steps culled from military and aviation industry to reduce your stress and make your next case run smooth like butter. 58 more words

Emergency Medicine