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
Introduction to this space
Rapid resource – our airway checklist
Easily accessible and designed for rapid access. Just snap the QR code or click the link to get it on your mobile device.
a brief history of checklists
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).
an argument for checklists – Atul Gawande MD
ted Talk- 6 min
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