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Patients Screened in 2015-16

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EMERGE and RRG Annual Meeting 2016

EMERGE and RRG Annual Meeting 2016

28 Nov 2016 | Miranda Odam

The Annual EMERGE-RRG Full Team meeting was held on 25th November.

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ED-EMERGE-RRG Food bank – Please donate this Christmas!

ED-EMERGE-RRG Food bank – Please donate this Christmas!

18 Nov 2016 | Emma Ward

The cold weather has set in and Christmas is upon us. We’re all extremely lucky to have roofs over our heads and fully stocked cupboards but there are many people in the local area who aren’t as fortunate. For this reason, we’ve decided to set up a food bank collection again this festive season.

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Edinburgh Emergency Nursing in Barcelona

Edinburgh Emergency Nursing in Barcelona

18 Oct 2016 | Adam Lloyd

In September 2016, former EMERGE research nurse Polly and I attended the 2nd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing and Trauma Care in Sitges (near Barcelona). Over 240 abstracts were submitted from 30 countries and we were privileged to be invited to present 3 separate pieces of work. These were: ‘24 hours in A&E: a video analysis of nurses’ clinical and non-clinical task performance during live clinical resuscitation episodes’; ‘It’s a silent leadership’: an interview and questionnaire study investigating staff conceptualisations of leadership during emergency department resuscitation’; ‘Clinical engagement with emergency medicine research’.

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EMERGE – proud to be the face of the CHSS Summer 2016 fundraising campaign

EMERGE – proud to be the face of the CHSS Summer 2016 fundraising campaign

4 Aug 2016 | Dr Matt Reed

EMERGE was recently delighted to be invited to be the face of the CHSS Summer Fundraising campaign. CHSS have supported some of the exciting research EMERGE has initiated such as the PATCH-ED study looking at patients presenting to the emergency department with syncope (fainting) of unknown cause, and the IPED Study is looking at patients presenting again to the emergency department with palpitations of unknown cause. Both studies are trialling technology that hopes to improve diagnosis and therefore patient care. So far both studies are going really well.

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