Latest reports reveal that most patient iatrogenic risk stems from three main root causes.
And it's often NOT for the want of clinical knowledge.
The big three are:
Human Factors
And that's where WE can help!
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'To escape for strategic moments in time.'


With increasing intensity and workload demands, how do we engage in caring for the most important carer: ourselves?


This workshop will assist you to identify aspects of workload motivations.

It will help you develop strategies for self-care, and will help you become a better clinician by balancing your investment in others to include what seems, on the surface, to be a remote third party in the healing spectrum: you.

Below 10,000

"All for one and one for all!"


Five different conversations in a room when all you want is quiet so you can focus?


Something not quite right, so you want to flag a problem and enlist the diverse expertise in the room to troubleshoot a solution?


Then 'Below 10,000' is for you! Workshop 'co-operation' as a team strategy using FAA tecniques to enhance safe, optimised outcomes.


Maybe we should have called it 'Higher; Faster; Stronger!'

The Fatigue Project

With every medical specialty bringing out fatigue policies, how do we get to understand what fatigue really means?


How do we manage it?


Most importantly, how do we implement our new encyclopaedic knowledge of fatigue into our personal work ethic so that we may practice safely and resiliently in a relentlessly fatigue and circadian toxic clinical setting?




Creating High Performance Teams

We would like to think of ourselves as high performance teams.


Are we really?

What is a high performance team?

How do they work?


Here, we introduce the amazing and generous Wendi and Jay!


NB: Please respect the IP referenced within.

The generosity of major contributors makes this stuff FREE for you to use. 

Surgery Stat!

'Surgery Stat!' is a game.


"So why bother?" You ask?


Sometimes current solutions aren't working, and the correct ideas just haven't been invented yet, or need to be rediscovered.


Surgery Stat! helps managers and clinicians better visualise their operating boundaries, and before you know it, creativity aligns itself with understanding!



Tectonic Plate Tetris Workload Theory

Pete and John have been collaborating again!


This time, we have been working on a method to quantify clinician workload in the operating theatres.


The realities of constrained time and unconstrained workload which dictate workload performance often mismatch with what our boss thinks we are capable of.


Cue Pete and John for another exciting re-think!

Recovery Edukation And Discussion Deck

For our students in Recovery, sometimes the most difficult thing is to know what questions to ask.


What happens when silence signifies they don't know what they don't know?


We bring out the deck of cards we call the READD.


The Recovery Edukation And Discussion Deck.

Each card is assigned a topic, so something to talk about is only a shuffle away!

And if you don't know the answers, you can play another game:

'Go Fish!'


Not only does it lead to discussion around some vital topics common to all critical care areas, but it demonstrates what we at BTT understand all too well:


That three quarters of the total sum of all knowledge is the 'technical' stuff;


And that the other 25% should be the non-technical stuff we like to call:


"Seven different ways of shovelling your way out of the shit!"


AKA Survival Competencies.


It's this knowledge which helps you survive and grow as highly competent, highly engaged, highly effective clinical nurses, today and for the future.


"I'm Safe."


Yes. With us, you are.