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Thank you to everyone that attended the EMERGE13. Click the red hyperlinks below to hear the talks.

1pm to 1.10pm Matt Reed Director EMERGE


Chair: Rachel O’Brien EMERGE lead research nurse
1.10pm to 1.40pm Atul Anand Academic Consultant Geriatrician, NHS Lothian

Use of routine health data to improve outcomes for older people

1.40pm to 1.50pm Andrew Ferguson/Jack Cafferkey ACCS trainees, NHS Lothian

MIS-ABC Sepsis – A first-hand insight into getting involved in research

Chair: Caroline Blackstock EMERGE lead research nurse
1.50pm to 2.20pm Alasdair Corfield RCEM Associate Professor, Consultant EM RAH

Fluids, Vasopressors and the 5 Cs

Break 30 mins Break
3.00pm to 3.10pm Jen Browning Consultant & EMERGE Paediatrics, NHS Lothian

The EMERGE Paediatrics vision

3.10pm to 3.40pm Mark Lyttle Inaugural and immediate past chair PERUKI, Consultant Paediatric EM, Bristol

Setting up a successful Paediatric Research group

Chair: Allan MacRaild EMERGE lead research nurse
3.40pm to 4.10pm Edd Carlton RCEM Professor, Consultant EM Bristol

Unanswered questions in the clinical management of chest injuries

4.10pm to 4.20pm Rachel McLatchie Previous EMERGE TERN Fellow, NHS Lothian

Aortic dissection; the next big research challenge

Chair: Julia Grahamslaw EMERGE lead research nurse
4.20pm to 4.50pm Resuscitation Research Group (RRG)/Save A Life For Scotland (SALFS) update

Liz Hasseld – Save a Life for Scotland Post-Covid

Ally Lloyd and Gary Mclean – Bringing the Disabled Community into the Chain of Survival

Language of Resuscitation – Jean Skelton

Diane Lac – PADMap 4P: Popping PADs in Perfect Places

4.50pm to 5.00pm Julia Grahamslaw EMERGE lead research nurse

Closing remarks and closing video