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The Airway Checklist

A NEXTGEN LEARNING SPACE DESIGNED TO ELEVATE YOUR AIRWAY PRACTICE
what you’ll find here

  • An argument for the use of checklists
  • Behind the history of checklists
  • A bedside airway checklist resource
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This space is still being built
Rapid resource – our airway checklist

Designed for rapid access.


Rapid resource – our airway checklist

Just snap the QR code or click the link to get it on your mobile device.

a brief history of checklists
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The official B-17 flight manual in World War II cautioned pilots that operation of the B-17 was too complex for even experienced pilots to memorize; the checklist, therefore, was the “only sure safeguard” against pilot error, and it was “absolutely essential that the cockpit checklist be used properly by pilot and co-pilot at all times” (U.S Army, no date).

Original B-17 Checklist
an argument for checklists – Atul Gawande MD

Atul Gawande is an American surgeon, writer, and public health researcher. Take the time to listen to this powerful argument for checklists based on his book The Checklist Manifesto

WHAT’S NEXT – map your own journey 👇👇👇

This space is self-directed. For in person learners, review the posters below, choose the one you want, and locate it within the installation to continue your training. Snap the QR codes embedded within them to access the learning space. Look for the ✋ emoji for integrated hands on training opportunities, and the 💪 to indicate a SIM challenge.

when you can’t be with us – Online learning

When you can’t be with us in person, you can still access all the same content on this topic. Simply click on the masterclass link below to take you to the online masterclass learning space.

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