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Mia Paderanga

Senior Research Nurse

Research Interests:
Emergency Medicine
Qualifications:
BN Nursing (Honours)
Twitter:
@emerge_research
Mia Paderanga

Mia completed her Bachelor of Nursing Degree with Honours in the University of Glasgow on 2011.

As her first post she worked as a Residential School Nurse for Kilgraston Independent School. Since graduating Mia has had a strong passion for emergency medicine and pursued a career in this field. She has worked in Glasgow Royal Infirmary A&E (2012-13) and is now currently working in Edinburgh Royal Infirmary Emergency Department. She has recently joined the EMeRGE team in March 2015 and is very excited to be part of a team that is so influential in creating a great future for Emergency Medicine.

During her time at university Mia has developed a keen interest and passion for research on the course of writing her dissertation. Her written work about Improving Communication for Patients on Non-Invasive Ventilation has been awarded the ‘Margaret Auld Prize’ representing the highest graded dissertation of the year and is now being used as an example dissertation for future honours students


Trials

NOVEL Study

Diagnostics devices play an important part in the clinical assessment of a patient’s health and treatment. The purpose of the study is the evaluation of a new diagnostic platform developed by LumiraDx. The evaluation is focused around various biomarkers useful in the emergency settings.

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NOVEL Study

Collection of venous and capillary blood samples for the evaluation of new diagnostic devices for cardiovascular conditions

PitSTOP

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is the leading cause of death and disabilities amongst young people worldwide. Many sufferers develop chronic physical and mental health problems and are unable to work or re-engage socially after their injuries. There are therefore significant health and socioeconomic consequences.

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PitSTOP

A study examining the Prevalence and Risk of Anterior Pituitary Dysfunction following Traumatic Brain Injury

HighSTEACS Bioresource

Evaluating the kinetics of cardiac biomarkers after ST-segment Elevation myocardial infarction

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HighSTEACS Bioresource

SALI Study

This is a study looking at incidence and risk factors for poor ankle functional recovery, and the development and progression of post-traumatic ankle osteoarthritis after significant ankle ligament injury.

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SALI Study

SALI study - Significant Ankle Ligament Injury

POEM

An investigation into the Prescription of Analgesia in Emergency Medicine (POEM).

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POEM

Prescription of Analgesia in Emergency Medicine (POEM)

4AT

Determining the diagnostic accuracy of the 4AT for delirium versus the reference standard of a DSM-IV diagnosis

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4AT

The 4AT as a triage test for delirium: a validation study in acutely hospitalised older patients

Related news

Exciting new trial: SNAP40

Exciting new trial: SNAP40

10 Apr 2017 | Megan McGrath

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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IPED goes large!

IPED goes large!

17 Jan 2017 | Rachel O'Brien

IPED goes large

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Prescription Of analgesia in Emergency Medicine- Now Open for Recruitment

Prescription Of analgesia in Emergency Medicine- Now Open for Recruitment

9 May 2016 | Mia Paderanga

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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A Day in the Life of a Research Nurse

A Day in the Life of a Research Nurse

26 May 2015 | Jen Simpson

Our very own Jen Simpson, takes us through the roller coaster ride that is 24 hours in the shoes of a Research Nurse.

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#WhyWeDoResearch

#WhyWeDoResearch

15 Apr 2015 | Miranda Odam

We asked a number of colleagues and friends why we do what we do. Their answers are inspiring, challenging and sometimes very funny.

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