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Friday 2nd December 2022; Edinburgh Training and Conference Venue, 16 St Mary’s Street, Edinburgh EH1 1SU

Thank you to everyone that attended EMERGE14.

10.00-10.30 Registration and coffee
10.30-10.45 Matt Reed Director EMERGE


Session 1 – Chair: Julia Grahamslaw Lead Research Nurse
10.45-11.10 Professor Juliet MacArthur Chief Nurse Research & Development

Research in Lothian

11.10-11.40 Professor James Dear Professor of Toxicology, Edinburgh

Trials in paracetamol poisoning

11.40-midday Coffee break 20 mins
Session 2 – Chair: Allan MacRaild Lead Research Nurse
12.00-12.30 Dr Nesh Samarasekera Consultant neurologist, NRS Research Fellow Intracerebral haemorrhage research in NHS Lothian
12.30-13.00 Dr Chris Humphries Emergency Medicine registrar, Plymouth

Acute behavioural disturbance in the ED

1.00-2.00 Lunch 60 minutes
Session 3 – Chair: Jean Bruce Clinical Research Nurse Manager
2.00-2.15 Jessica Teasdale Senior Research Nurse, EMERGE

Post graduate opportunities

2.15-2.30 Nicky Freeman Senior RN, EMERGE /Alicia Cowan PA NHS Lothian

Running our first multicentre trial

2.30-2.45 Rachel O’Brien Research Manager, EMERGE

Opportunities in Research Nursing

2.45-3.00 Dr Adam Lloyd Research Manager, Scottish Ambulance Service

Research careers in the pre-hospital setting

3.00-3.20 Panel discussion
3.20-3.40 Coffee break 20 mins
Session 4 – Chair: Polly Black Senior Research Nurse
3.40-4.10 Dr Liza Keating RCEM Associate Prof, Reading. Commercial studies, GEMI, SEDI and the new metrics but what actually matters?
4.10-4.40 Resuscitation Research Group/Save A Life For Scotland


4.40-4.55 Dr Ben Clarke EMERGE TERN Fellow, NHS Lothian


4.55-5.10 Dr Jack Cafferty (TBC) Specialty Trainee, NHS Lothian


5.10-5.30 Caroline Blackstock Lead Research Nurse

Closing remarks