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Prescription Of analgesia in Emergency Medicine- Now Open for Recruitment

Prescription Of analgesia in Emergency Medicine- Now Open for Recruitment

Posted by Mia Paderanga | 9 May 2016

We are very excited to announce that POEM has begun recruitment in the ED. This is a study led by the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust involving multiple hospitals across the UK. Professor Alasdair Gray is the Principal Investigator for the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh site.

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The Scottish Cardiac Arrest Symposium 2016 – Register now!

The Scottish Cardiac Arrest Symposium 2016 – Register now!

Posted by Lisa MacInnes | 29 Mar 2016

THEY ALL DIE ANYWAY. WE SAID NO. WE SAID WE CAN BE BETTER. WE SAID SHIFT HAPPENS. TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN. JOIN US.

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What we can learn from bystanders about cardiac arrest

What we can learn from bystanders about cardiac arrest

Posted by Joel Symonds | 17 Mar 2016

For over 40 years, cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) has been recognised as a vital aspect of the treatment of cardiac arrest; originally seen as solely the premise of medical professionals, the concept of bystander or lay-rescuer CPR has increased in popularity and social visibility over recent years. Major national campaigns in the press, media and online have encouraged bystanders to attempt CPR in the event of witnessing an out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA), and this process has been steadily and regularly simplified over the years, in an effort to make attempting lay-rescuer CPR less daunting.

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60 seconds with …

60 seconds with …

Posted by Bernadette Gallagher | 14 Mar 2016

Have you ever wondered what goes on in the grey matter of Miranda Odam, Research Nurse Manager in EMERGE? Why did she become a nurse? What is her proudest achievement? What wise words does she have to share? You can find out all of the above and more in her Ann Shuttleworth interview featured in the Nursing Life section, Nursing Times 02.03.16, Vol 112: No 9, page 24

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Severe Traumatic Haemorrhage – Page Research Nurses on 4116

Severe Traumatic Haemorrhage – Page Research Nurses on 4116

Posted by Bernadette Gallagher | 30 Dec 2015

Severe Traumatic Haemorrhage - Page Research Nurses on 4116

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Festive cheer!

Festive cheer!

Posted by Miranda Odam | 24 Dec 2015

The EMERGE Team would like to wish you all a very happy and healthy Christmas and festive season.

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EMERGE-RRG Winter Foodbank Collection 2015

EMERGE-RRG Winter Foodbank Collection 2015

Posted by Miranda Odam | 24 Dec 2015

If we each share a small and tasty item from our cupboards our impact will be significant - working together to help people in need in our community. In another circumstance it could be us :)

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Emergency Medicine Research Group Edinburgh (EMERGE) Annual meeting

Emergency Medicine Research Group Edinburgh (EMERGE) Annual meeting

Posted by Emma Ward | 29 Nov 2015

EMERGE Embryo competition winner revealed

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Matt and Louise at the 2015 Resuscitation Symposium

Matt and Louise at the 2015 Resuscitation Symposium

Posted by Dr Matt Reed | 27 Nov 2015

EMERGE poster boy!

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Elsie Inglis Award

Elsie Inglis Award

Posted by Julia Grahamslaw | 16 Nov 2015

Julia Grahamslaw - Winner Elsie Inglis Award

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2017 Annual Team Meeting – EMERGE-RRG
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