I’m Bryan Boling, a critical care nurse practitioner and educator. I split my clinical time between the Neurocritical Care and Surgical Critical Care services at the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
In addition, I’m the director of Simulation and POCUS Training for the University of Kentucky Critical Care APP Fellowship Program and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Georgetown University Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program in Washington, DC.
I’m really interested in all aspects of critical care, but particularly shock, resuscitation and use of POCUS. I’m most passionate about acute and critical care education. That’s the reason that I created this site. I speak at conferences and teach in multiple locations and found that I was accumulating a lot of great educational resources from across the internet and wanted a place to be able to share them with my students and anyone else who wants to learn and become a better critical care provider.
I cohost the Critical Care Scenarios podcast, where my cohost, Brandon Oto and I use case-based discussions and expert guests to help teach critical care. I’d love to hear if any of this is helpful and how it can be better! I can best be reached on Twitter at @CritCareNotes.