RIP Dr. John J Hinds

#DeathIsAWanker-3St.Emlyn’s loves you John.

Thanks for being awesome and for sharing so much.

We will miss you terribly.

St.Emlyn’s

 

Please pass on your thoughts to the family via Rob Mac Sweeney (see below)

Great thoughts

Links to some of the great work John was involved with

And of course

One final lap! Hundreds of bikers escorted Dr John Hinds’ cortège as it completed a tribute lap of his beloved Tandragee 100 circuit tonight. A fitting tribute to a very special man

Posted by Ulster Gazette Armagh on Tuesday, July 7, 2015

11 Comments

  1. Andywebster (@Andywebster)

    RIP Dr John Hinds inspired many like minded resuscitationists #resuswankers

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  2. David McCreary

    Devastated. Dark day for NI, motorcycle racing, prehospital care, critical care medicine, and FOAMed. John was inspirational insightful and hilarious and I’ll greatly miss his Twitter banter, his talks at conferences and his general take on life.

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  3. Dean Burns

    My heartfelt condolences to John’s family. Northern Ireland, pre-hospital, trauma & critical care have lost a trail blazer and a champion. The FOAMed world is united in its grief. RIP John, you were an inspiration to so many.

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  4. Andrew Ronald (@Gasdoc2857)

    Awful news. Never actually met John but had listened to many of his #FOAMed presentations and like so many was inspired by and learnt so much from him. So much achieved but sadly gone too soon. Thinking of his friends and family.

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  6. Patrick Wanner

    A true loss. My condolences to his family, friends and colleagues. RIP Dr. Hinds.

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  8. Victoria McCormack

    I feel like I know the guys behind the voices on RAGE and SMACC talks but sadly, will never get to meet Dr Hinds. I hope his loved ones know his voice carried far and and will be remembered. I’ll keep the lessons close.

    Thanks John, rest in peace.

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  9. Jose D. Torres, Jr, MD

    1st question: how does one rotate at your icu? even in a preceptorship/shadowing your practices?
    Unusual question to ask but I am an emergency medicine attending at New York Presyberian of Queens, formerly New York Hospital Queens.

    2nd question: what was the training model that Dr. John Hinds mentioned using to practice ED thoracotomies. I teach at a simulation lab and wish to train the residents without buy a pig to sacrifice for their training.

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Thanks so much for following. Viva la #FOAMed

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