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Supporting complex decision-making and dynamic prescribing in critical care

Recorded on: 18th February 2021
Duration: 10 minutes

Watch this webinar to learn how Critical Illness provides practical, evidence-based information and guidance to support the complex needs of the critically ill.


Critical Illness provides essential drug information designed to support the multi-disciplinary team with complex decision-making and dynamic prescribing in critical care.

Watch this webinar to hear Professor Barbara Philips, Dr Cathrine McKenzie and Greg Barton, MBE reveal what went in to creating this essential resource, and answer questions from the audience. During this pre-recorded webinar you will:

  • Hear about the development of the new resource.
  • Discover key features of Critical Illness.
  • Learn how to use Critical Illness in clinical practice.
  • Listen to a panel discussion with our experts.

Hosted by:

Kiri Aikman
Head of New Content at Pharmaceutical Press


Professor Barbara Philips
Editor-in-Chief of Critical Illness and reader and honorary consultant in Intensive Care Medicine in the Brighton and Sussex Medical School and Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals
Dr Cathrine McKenzie
Editor-in-Chief of Critical Illness and reader in critical care therapeutics at Kings College Hospital
Greg Barton, MBE
Editor-in-Chief of Critical Illness and specialist pharmacist in Critical Care and Burns at St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

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