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View the latest Twitter feeds from the NTSP_UK below.

Global Tracheostomy Collaborative has launched in Boston (US), London (Europe) and Melbourne (Australasia).SH

Review all of the GTC meeting highlights here, including an address by Prof Stephen Hawking at the Royal College of Surgeons, London.

Prof Hawking at the GTC GTC

 

 

 

PAEDIATRIC DRAFT ALGORITHMS available for peer review. Click the image to go to the NTSP-Paeds pages.

NTSPpaeds NTSP Paeds

Comments on the algorithm can be emailed to Dr Cath Doherty here.

NCEPOD

The NCEPOD report 'On the Right Trach?' was launched at the Royal College of Nursing, London, in June 2014. Summary and full versions of the report are available from the NCEPOD website, or by clicking the image above. Launch day presentations and comments from the invited expert panel are also available from NCEPOD.

Click the image to find out more about how the NTSP collaborated with NCEPOD to produce this improtant report.

 

 

 

 

Read the review of the NTSP iPhone App published in Anaesthesia here!

You can also click below to view the latest publications in the medical literature about tracheostomies and laryngectomies.

PubMed

Resus council UK releases lifesaver video - see below...

The Resuscitation Council (UK) has combined forces with award-winning production company UNIT9 to develop LIFESAVER an interactive film to teach CPR. It's free to use so please share it with your colleagues, friends and family.

You can see a 3-minute video introduction to LIFESAVER here:

To play LIFESAVER on your computer, please visit: www.life-saver.org.uk/

The iPad app is here: www.tinyurl.com/lifesaver-ipad

The iPhone app is here: www.tinyurl.com/lifesaver-iphone

The app for Android tablets is here: www.tinyurl.com/lifesaver-and-tablet

And the app for Android phones is here: www.tinyurl.com/lifesaver-and-mobile

For more information visit www.resus.org.uk

e-Learning

We have developed 3 e-learning modules in partnership with the NHS
e-learning for healthcare project and the Royal College of Anaesthetists.

Click for eLfH website

Visit e-Learning for more information.

Emergency Algorithms

The project has collaborated with multidisciplinary stakeholders to develop unique guidelines for managing tracheostomy and larynegctomy emergencies.

View NTSP published guidelines paper here in Anaesthesia.

More information in the Algorithms pages.

Videos & Resources

We have developed a library of videos to demonstrate key steps in the routine and emergency management of neck breathing patients.

Click here to view our YouTube library

You can access our printed resources including the NTSP Manual 2013 from the Medical Resources page.