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Calling Emergency Medicine Trainees – Research Opportunity with EMERGE!

Posted by Miranda Odam | 1 Nov 2018

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READ ALL ABOUT IT! Autumn EMERGE newsletter has been released!

Posted by Emma Nugent | 1 Nov 2018

Find out about what the EMERGE team have been up to over the last few months

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EMERGE10 – A conference to celebrate 10 years of emergency medicine research

EMERGE10 – A conference to celebrate 10 years of emergency medicine research

Posted by Miranda Odam | 18 Oct 2018

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The PATCH-ED study on BBC Reporting Scotland

The PATCH-ED study on BBC Reporting Scotland

Posted by Miranda Odam | 14 Oct 2018

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New Senior Research Nurse Vacancy with EMERGE!

New Senior Research Nurse Vacancy with EMERGE!

Posted by | 26 Jul 2018

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EMERGE Summer 2018 Newsletter is now available to read!

Posted by | 13 Jul 2018

Find out about our EMERGE activities over the summer in our newsletter, available here

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GO LIVE! AT THE GREEN

GO LIVE! AT THE GREEN

Posted by | 6 Jul 2018

Support Save a Life Scotland at The Green, Glasgow, during the 2018 European Championships by demonstrating CPR to thousands of visitors attending the event! Register your interest at: hello@savealife.scot

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New Study: MAPP2 has begun

New Study: MAPP2 has begun

Posted by | 5 Jul 2018

The aim of the study is to establish a biobank of human serum samples from patients with paracetamol overdose to develop and test the performance of our point of care test

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E-FIT 1 has been published!

E-FIT 1 has been published!

Posted by | 27 Jun 2018

We are pleased to announce that E-FIT 1 has been published. The project itself was a multi-centre, randomised, double blind, placebo-controlled trial evaluating the effects of early administration of fibrinogen concentrate in adults with major traumatic haemorrhage.

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We have been awarded the Star Site Award for NoPAC!

We have been awarded the Star Site Award for NoPAC!

Posted by Polly Black | 26 Jun 2018

NoPAC is a study looking at the use of topical tranexamic acid to reduce the need for nasal packing in epistaxis. We have been recruiting to this study since May 2017 and are delighted to be awarded the top spot on the as the number one recruiting site this month! This study is recruiting patients from 19 emergency departments across the UK and will continue until September 2018. Patients are given the option to take part of the trial and receive TXA or placebo in addition to standard treatments. Nasal packing is uncomfortable and can be distressing and anything we can do to avoid it would be beneficial. See this video link for more information https://vimeo.com/249530589

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