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 testRead more
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.Read more
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/249530589Read more
Early research of angina started from a study of 20 patients presenting with pain in the breast & arm area. Now over 685,000 patients are treated for heart -related problems in Scotland. Inspired by research? Read more at about the evolving understanding of chest pain hereRead more
The EMERGE10 Programme has been released!Read more
EMERGE10 Tickets Are Now On Sale!Read more
Posted by Emma Nugent | 26 Mar 2018
Posted by Emma Nugent | 19 Mar 2018
On Thursday the 22nd and Friday the 23rd of November, 2018, will be the EMERGE10: Powered by Curiosity, a celebratory conference marking EMERGE's 10th Anniversary! Topics will cover pre-hospital, emergency and critical care medicine. More details to follow! #EMERGE10 #whydoweresearch To register your interest and find out when the tickets are available to purchase, please feel free to contact Emma Nugent on email@example.com who will notify you of when registration is open.Read more
Posted by Emma Nugent | 5 Mar 2018
Good and Driscoll’s (2002) article presents a clear overview of how to plan a research project within the emergency department. Emphasising the challenge of working in a pressurised and busy environment whereby administrating research needs to be timely. In addition to this, we have added in some of EMERGE nurses’ own tips for conducting research within the emergency department.Read more
We produce a quarterly newsletter with updates of what's happening in the group and news on our trials. You can have a look at past issues here.
Congratulations to Rachel O’Brien!
11 Dec 2018