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The Prior Study

The Prior Study

Posted by Allan MacRaild | 19 Jul 2017

EMERGE and RRG are undertaking a preliminary study into the principles of fluid exchange within the body.

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IPED – 50% Recruitment Achieved

IPED – 50% Recruitment Achieved

Posted by Rachel O'Brien | 28 Jun 2017

We are pleased to announce that the IPED study has reached the exciting halfway point and has recruited 50% of the required participants. Congratulations to the Urgent Care Research Team at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading for recruiting the participant to get us to this point. We would also like to thank all sites participating in the study for their ongoing contribution and we are really delighted to be working with you all!

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ED Perceptions of Research

ED Perceptions of Research

Posted by Rachel O'Brien | 8 May 2017

A questionnaire was distributed amongst ED staff at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh to determine what they thought of research activity in their area.

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1st Quarter 2017 Newsletter now out!

Posted by Miranda Odam | 11 Apr 2017

https://www.emergeresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/EMERGE-Newsletter-Spring-2017.pdf EMERGE has had a great start to the year with a number of projects in process, actively recruiting and in follow-up. Please take a look.

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Exciting new trial: SNAP40

Exciting new trial: SNAP40

Posted by Megan McGrath | 10 Apr 2017

EMERGE will soon begin recruitment to the new SNAP40 trial which will compare the new SNAP40 device with standard monitoring devices in the Emergency Department.

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Are you interested in emergency medicine research nursing?

Posted by Miranda Odam | 20 Mar 2017

EMERGE is currently advertising for a Band 6 Research Nurse part/full time available https://jobs.scot.nhs.uk/uploads/80/emerge_ed_6_0317.pdf Emergency Department Senior Research Nurse, Band 6 Fixed Term contract ending 31st March 2018 in the first instance Up to 37.5hrs/week (Full or Part Time options) Closing date for applications: 28 March 2017 Reference: EMERGE/ED/6/0317

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The Beats That My Heart Skipped

The Beats That My Heart Skipped

Posted by Allan MacRaild | 23 Jan 2017

Heartbeats provide the rhythm of life. Interruptions to this rhythm are more likely to lead to a loss of consciousness than just a loss of spark. Rob Hannigan (pictured with Senior Research Nurse Allan MacRaild) took part in the PATCH-ED trial in 2016 following a number of unexplained blackouts. The results of his PATCH highlighted some dangerous arrhythmias including 24 seconds when his heart stopped beating entirely. Six months after his participation in the PATCH-ED trial, Rob met up with Allan to share his experiences.

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Food bank success – Thank you for all the donations

Food bank success – Thank you for all the donations

Posted by Miranda Odam | 17 Jan 2017

The ED-EMERGE-RRG Food Bank collection exceeded all expectations this year with 287.88kg collected, our target was 100kg!! Donations were sent to two food banks – north of the city and Midlothian, and were received with thanks. Thanks to all those working in the ED, EMERGE, RRG and QMRI who donated so generously.

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IPED goes large!

IPED goes large!

Posted by Rachel O'Brien | 17 Jan 2017

IPED goes large

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EMERGE and RRG Annual Meeting 2016

EMERGE and RRG Annual Meeting 2016

Posted by Miranda Odam | 28 Nov 2016

The Annual EMERGE-RRG Full Team meeting was held on 25th November.

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The Prior Study
19 Jul 2017

IPED – 50% Recruitment Achieved
28 Jun 2017

ED Perceptions of Research
8 May 2017

1st Quarter 2017 Newsletter now out!
11 Apr 2017

Exciting new trial: SNAP40
10 Apr 2017

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