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.
This year’s Scottish Cardiac Arrest Symposium will be held on Friday 24th June 2016 in the John McIntyre Conference Centre, Pollock Halls, Edinburgh, in the Scottish Fire and Rescue training Centre, Cambuslang, Glasgow and in Aberdeen.
The theme of the conference is Shift Happens. We have planned an all star line up and anticipate another ‘sell-out’ event. There will be a chance to hear from colleagues and experts from around the UK and further afield. We’ll be highlighting the change in culture and clinical outcomes after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest across Scotland in after the launch of Scotland’s Strategy for OHCA.
Time to increase your knowledge and sharpen your skills. And of course to get better equipped to save lives, have fun and be awesome!
In common with previous Scottish Cardiac Arrest Symposia this year’s event will be free to attend. A very new feature is that this year will be a multi-site symposium. We will be streaming content from Edinburgh to locally hosted events in Glasgow and Aberdeen, in addition to the usual simultaneous free-to-view webcast available wherever there’s an internet connection!
5 Mar 2018 | Emma Nugent
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
19 Feb 2018 | Emma Nugent
A qualitative based study investigates patient's experience of the emergency department based upon their physical surroundings.Read more