Posted by Miranda Odam | 14 Oct 2018
The PATCH-ED study, led by Dr Matt Reed was presented on BBC Reporting Scotland Thurs 11th October. This study has been show to improve patients lives through innovative technology – read Rob’s story to learn more. It’s really exciting to see this in real time, and shows once again how offering patients the chance to enter research projects in the emergency department (A&E) really is an opportunity.
CHSS have funded this project making it possible.
When you are next in the emergency department maybe there will be a research project going on that might help you or future generations.
7 Feb 2019 |
Discover more about our new Director of EMERGE, who the Researcher of the Quarter is and why the BBC can to visit the EMERGE team.Read more
16 Jan 2019 |
Job Vacancy: Clinical Trials Assistant! We are advertising for a band 3 Clinical Trials Assistant to join our team. To find out more, go to: https://jobs.scot.nhs.uk/uploads/80/emerge_ed_3_cta.pdfRead more