On the 20th of January 2017, a car mounted the curb in the Melbourne CBD and was driven through the Bourke Street Mall, into crowds of pedestrians. Without knowing the full extent of the disaster, an emergency situation was called at the Royal Melbourne Hospital with the expectation that resources were about to be pushed to their limits. Professor George Braitberg shares how his hospital team managed to come together in the face of disaster by following their action plan and adapting in such a high-pressure situation.

Recorded: 26 Jul 2017


great evidence of team work -- 07 Sep 2017


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