2020

2019

  1. Reed MJ, Dauncey S, Timony-Nolan E, MacRaild A, Innes C, Allen JMM, Williams MJ, Church N, Dunn MJG, Nimmo A. ‘Development of a 5 minute ROTEM SIGMA algorithm’ Poster presentation to RCEM ASC 2019 Gateshead
  2. McMahon N, Reed MJ, Cooke C, et al. on behalf of the Scottish Transfusion and Laboratory Support in Trauma Group. Scottish Code Red Audit 2015- 2017. Poster presentation to Scottish Trauma Network Conference 2019
  3. Reed MJ, Cooke C, et al. on behalf of the Scottish Transfusion and Laboratory Support in Trauma Group. Scottish Code Red Audit 2015- 2017. Poster presentation to Scottish RCEM 2019
  4. Reed MJ, Knight E, et al. on behalf of the Scottish Transfusion and Laboratory Support in Trauma Group. Scottish Code Red Audit 2015- 2017. Poster presentation to Scotblood 2019

2018

  1. Hamilton SA, Innes I, Devine C, McFarlane C, Rowley M, Reed MJ. Pre-thawed FFP in the Emergency Department: The Edinburgh Experience. Poster presentation to Poster presentation to EMERGE10, Edinburgh Nov 2018
  2. Bradley C, Reed MJ. The RIE Emergency Department Biobank project: The first six months and a glimpse of the future. Poster presentation to EMERGE10, Edinburgh Nov 2018
  3. Reed MJ, Brutin H, Grubb NR, Lang CL, Gray AJ, Simpson K, MacRaild A, Weir CJ. Brain natriuretic peptide and high sensitive troponin at 3 hours post Emergency Department attendance with unexplained syncope predict all serious outcomes and significant arrhythmias at 90 days. Poster presentation to EMERGE10, Edinburgh Nov 2018
  4. Hamilton SA, Innes I, Devine C, McFarlane C, Rowley M, Reed MJ. Pre-thawed FFP in the Emergency Department: The Edinburgh Experience. Poster presentation to Scottish Clinical Transfusion Advisory Committee Annual Education Meeting, Edinburgh Nov 2018.
  5. Reed MJ, Grubb NR, Lang CL, Gray AJ, Simpson K, MacRaild A, Weir CJ. Diagnostic yield of an ambulatory patch monitor in patients with unexplained syncope after initial evaluation in the Emergency Department: The PATCH-ED study. Poster presentation to European Heart Rhythm Association Congress, Barcelona March 2018
  6. Reed MJ, Brutin H, Grubb NR, Lang CL, Gray AJ, Simpson K, MacRaild A, Weir CJ. Brain natriuretic peptide and high sensitive troponin at 3 hours post Emergency Department attendance with unexplained syncope predict all serious outcomes and significant arrhythmias at 90 days. Poster presentation to European Heart Rhythm Association Congress, Barcelona March 2018 and Atrium Conference February 2018
  7. Prior FGRClegg G. Rapid assessment of membrane osmotic pressure as a guide to resuscitation in the acutely shocked patient at the 999 EMS research forum Stirling 27th of March 2018
  8. Reed MJ, Grubb NR, Lang CL, Gray AJ, Simpson K, MacRaild A, Weir CJ.Diagnostic yield of an ambulatory patch monitor in patients with unexplained syncope after initial evaluation in the Emergency Department: The PATCH-ED study. Poster presentation to European Heart Rhythm Association Congress, Barcelona March 2018
  9. Reed MJ, Brutin H, Grubb NR, Lang CL, Gray AJ, Simpson K, MacRaild A, Weir CJ.Brain natriuretic peptide and high sensitive troponin at 3 hours post Emergency Department attendance with unexplained syncope predict all serious outcomes and significant arrhythmias at 90 days. Poster presentation to European Heart Rhythm Association Congress, Barcelona March 2018 and Atrium Conference February 2018

2017

  1. Clayton-Smith A. Risk stratification and management of PE. SCEM, annual clinical meeting, Stirling, May 2017
  2. Eadesforth H and Halliday L. Posters at Scottish clinical emergency medical conference – https://www.rcem.ac.uk/RCEM/Event_Display.aspx?EventKey=SEMMAY17&WebsiteKey=b3d6bb2a-abba-44ed-b758-467776a958cd
  3. Halbesma N. The effect of social deprivation on Incidence and outcome of OHCA. Administrative Data Research Network, Edinburgh June 2017
  4. O’Brien R, PPI Group. NRS Conference WHEN
  5. O’Brien R, Clinical Engagement in Research. NRS Conference WHEN
  6. O’Brien R, Clinical Engagement in Research. RCEM 2017
  7. O’Brien R, Setting up a multi-centre study- the RAPID story. NRS Conference WHEN
  8. O’Brien R, Perceptions of engagement in clinical research in toxicology patients. NRS Conference WHEN
  9. O’Brien R, Project Sachibondu. NRS conference, WHEN
  10. O’Brien R, Daring to be Great. Royal College of Emergency Medicine Scottish Medicine WHEN
  11. Prior FGR, and Clegg G. Pore Size Matters. The development and testing of the Prior Hypothesis at the British Microcirculation Annual Meeting Birmingham University 2017
  12. Reed MJ, Dauncey S, Timony-Nolan E, MacRaild A, Innes C 4, Allen JMM, Williams MJ, Church N, Dunn MJG, Nimmo A. Introduction of ROTEM SIGMA to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (RIE)Emergency Department (ED) and assessment of a novel bleeding protocol. Scottish Clinical Transfusion Advisory Committee Annual Education Meeting 2017.
  13. Moncur L, Cawley O, McFarlane C, Innes CJ, Cameron C, Chalmers C, Lyon RM, Reed MJ. Pre-hospital transfusion of packed red blood cells over oneyear by the Edinburgh Medic One pre-hospital care service. Retrieval Conference, Glasgow 2017
  14. Summers A, Reed MJ. How smart is smartphone health? Atrium Conference, Edinburgh; 4 Feb 2017
  15. O’Brien R, Black P. Clinical Engagement with Emergency Medicine Research, NHS Lothian R&D Conference, Edinburgh, 10thMarch 2017
  16. O’Brien R, James E, Robinson S, Connolly C. Setting up an Emergency Department Patient & Public Involvement Group, NHS Lothian R&D Conference, Edinburgh, 10th March 2017
  17. Summers A, Reed MJ. How Smart is Smartphone Health?, Atrium Conference, Edinburgh 4th February 2017
  18. Summers A, Reed MJ. How Smart is Smartphone Health?, NHS Lothian R&D Conference, Edinburgh, 10th March 2017 – Winner – Best Poster ‘Peoples’ Choice’
  19. Clayton-Smith A. Risk stratification and management of PE. SCEM, annual clinical meeting, Stirling, May 2017

2016

  1. O’Brien R, Black P. Perceptions: Research in Emergency Medicine, Scottish Clinical Conference on Emergency Medicine, Glasgow, 11th May 2016
  2. MacRaild A, Steven J. Opportunities & challenges of recruiting elderly patients to research studies in acute care, NHS Research Scotland – Age & Ageing Meeting, Glasgow, February 2016
  3. MacRaild A, Steven J. Opportunities and Challenges of Recruiting Elderly Patients to Research Studies in Acute Care, Geriatric Emergency Medicine Conference, Leicester, 24th May 2016
  4. Lloyd A, Clegg G. Leadership during cardiopulmonary resuscitation: a video-analysis of clinical patient episodes, Scottish Cardiac Arrest Symposium, Edinburgh 24th June 2016
  5. McMahon N, Reed MJ, Glover A, Byrne L, Donald M, Hughes N, Littlewood N, Garret J, Innes C, McGarvey M, Hazra E, Rawlinson S. Bleeding Together? Experience of Implementing a National Code Red Protocol, Retrieval Conference, Glasgow, 7th May 2016 – Winner – Best Poster
  6. Reed MJ, Glover A, Byrne L, McMahon N, Donald M, Hughes N, Littlewood N, Garret J, Innes C, McGarvey M, Hazra E, Rawlinson S. National Code Red Audit, Retrieval Conference, Glasgow, 7th May 2016
  7. Sawaryn MA, Reed MJ. Major Haemorrhage in the ED: An audit determining the aetiology and mortality associated with Major Haemorrhage Protocol activations in the Emergency Department of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Scottish Clinical Conference on Emergency Medicine, Glasgow, 11th May 2016
  8. Simpson K. Hypothermia Post Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest – A Research Critique, RCN International Nursing Conference, Edinburgh, April 2016

2015

  1. Black P, O’Brien R. Emergency Department Research Nursing: Time and Motion – A Pilot Study, Scottish College of Emergency Medicine Meeting, Stirling, May 2015
  2. Black P, O’Brien R. Emergency Department Research Nursing: Time and Motion – A Pilot Study, Royal College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Conference, Manchester, September 2015
  3. Black P, O’Brien R, Odam M. Perceptions: Research in Emergency Medicine, Royal College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Conference, Manchester, September 2015
  4. Grahamslaw J. LAVAS and CVLA. R&D Annual Conference, Edinburgh 2015
  5. O’Brien R, Black P. Emergency Department Research Nursing: Time and Motion – A Pilot Study, RCN International Research Conference, Nottingham, April 2015
  6. Prior F, British Microcirculation Conference, Manchester, April 2015
  7. Reed MJ, Booth KL, Brady S, Cranfield KR, Kishen R, Letham K, McAlpine G, Murray DB, Wilson E-W, Wilson M, Short S, Clegg GR. Training Paramedics in Focussed Echo in Life Support, SCAS, Edinburgh, March 2015 – awarded ‘Highly Commended’ Poster prize.
  8. Reed MJ, Booth KL, Brady S, Cranfield KR, Kishen R, Letham K, McAlpine G, Murray DB, Wilson E-W, Wilson M, Short S, Clegg GR. Training Paramedics in Focussed Echo in Life Support, Resuscitation Council (UK) Symposium, Birmingham 2015
  9. Reed MJ, Sibley L, Short S, Dewar A, Clegg GR. Setting up a paramedic led Echo in Life Support (ELS) service in the pre-hospital environment: The PUCA study. Resuscitation Council (UK) Symposium, Birmingham 2015
  10. Reed MJ, Booth KL, Brady S, Cranfield KR, Kishen R, Letham K, McAlpine G, Murray DB, Wilson E-W, Wilson M, Short S, Clegg GR. Training Paramedics in Focussed Echo in Life Support. RCEM Conference, Manchester 2015
  11. Mullen R, Reed MJ, Innes CJ. Rejected again? An evaluation of rejected pre-transfusion samples in the ED.RCEM Conference, Manchester 2015

2014

  1. Preston H, Reed MJ, Collins A, Connolly J. Impact of an Echocardiography in Life Support Emergency Department training programme on the management of cardiac arrest. Poster presentation to CEM Conference, Exeter 2014.
  2. Louise-Kelly S, Reed MJ, Innes CJ. Young blood – does it make any difference? An analysis of red cell unit age and atient ojutcome in a large UK Emergency Department. Poster presentation to CEM Conference, Exeter 2014.
  3. Reed MJ, Lua S, Young IA. Uncontrolled (Category 2) Organ Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD): A One Year Review of Donor Potential. Poster presentation to CEM Conference, Exeter, September 2014.
  4. Gowrie G, Reed MJ, Innes CJ. Waste it once…pay for it twice – An analysis of discarded red cell units in a large UK Emergency Department. Poster presentation to CEM Conference, Exeter 2014.
  5. Cawley O,Reed MJ, McAlpine GW, Innes CJ, Leigh-Smith S. An analysis of Emergency Department blood component usage in patients treated by the Medic 1 physician-led pre-hospital service. Poster presentation to CEM Conference, Exeter 2014.

2013

  1. Reed MJ, Cheung L-T. Does Emergency Department (ED) led focussed ultrasound (US) improve time to diagnosis in patients presenting to the ED with a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm (rAAA)? Scottish CEM Scientific Meeting, Edinburgh 2013.
  2. Reed MJ, Lua SBH. Uncontrolled organ donation after circulatory death: potential donors in the emergency department. Scottish CEM Scientific Meeting, Edinburgh 2013.

2012

  1. Bruce CM, Reed MJ, Macdougall M. Are the public ready for organ donation after out of hospital cardiac arrest? CEM Scientific Meeting, Sheffield 2012.
  2. Kwok TC, Johnson S, Reed MJ. The impact of the introduction of Emergency Ultrasound to one large UK Emergency Department – the REBUS study. CEM Scientific Meeting, Sheffield 2012.
  3. McKinlay J, Reed MJ. Can Emergency Department medical staff be trained to interpret Rotational Thromboelastography (ROTEM)? ICEM, Dublin 2012
  4. D’Ascenzo F, Presutti DG, Picardi E, Moretti C, Omede P, Sciuto F, Novara M, Yan AT, Goodman S, Mahajan N, Kosuge M, Palazzuoli A, Jong G-P, Isma’eel H, Budoff MJ, Rubinshtein R, Gewirtz H, Reed MJ, et al. Prevalence and non-invasive predictors of left main or three-vessel coronary disease: evidence from a collaborative international meta-analysis including 22 740 patients. Acute Cardiac Care Congress. Istanbul, October 2012.
  5. Gillies F, Warnakulasuriya S, Kwok TC, Reed MJ. Patient Experience of Procedural Sedation in the Emergency Department of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. Scottish CEM Meeting, Stirling 2012.

2011

  1. Burfield LC, Reed MJ, Burns P. Acute coagulopathy in ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. CEM Scientific Meeting, Gateshead 2011.
  2. Gibson L, Reed MJ. The Effect of Syncope on Brain Natriuretic Peptide (BNP). CEM Scientific Meeting, Gateshead 2011.
  3. Watson HI, Reed MJ. Assessing the agreement of hospital staff when interpreting electrocardiograms (ECGs). CEM Scientific Meeting, Gateshead 2011.
  4. Keast T, Reed MJ. Prospective study into the effectiveness of delivery of analgaesia to ED patients. CEM Scientific Meeting, Gateshead 2011.
  5. Moir L, Reed MJ. Can Rotation Thromboelastography (ROTEM) Hasten the Identification of Acute Coagulopathy in the Emergency Department? Best poster at the National Student Trauma Conference 2011.
  6. Watson HI, Reed MJ. Assessing the agreement of hospital staff when interpreting electrocardiograms (ECGs). Royal Medical Society National Conference, Edinburgh 2011; Edinburgh Student Surgical Society, National Student Trauma Conference 2011; UKMSA International Conference, Bournemouth 2011.

2010

  1. Anderson C Reed MJ. The Influence of Temperature and Humidity on Emergency Department Syncope Attendances. CEM, Birmingham Conference, September 2010.
  2. Reed MJ, Varley J, Newby DE, Langrish JP, Gray AJ. Validation of the ROSEMI rule: is troponin necessary in isolated syncope? International Conference of Emergency Medicine; Singapore, June 2010.
  3. Reed MJ, Varley J, Newby DE, Langrish JP, Gray AJ. Validation of the ROSEMI rule: is troponin necessary in isolated syncope? CEM, Birmingham Conference, September 2010.
  4. Tattersall L, Reed MJ. The Inpatient Management Of Syncope. International Conference of Emergency Medicine; Singapore, June 2010.
  5. Delmonte Y, Leonard P. Is the initial respiratory rate of a child presenting to the ED a predictor of disease severity?  CEM, Birmingham Conference, September 2010.
  6. Lyon RM. In-flight cooling following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.  International Conference on Emergency Medicine, Singapore,  June 2010.
  7. Lyon RM. Temperature post out-of-hospital cardiac arrest – the TOPCAT study. International Conference on Emergency Medicine, Singapore, June 2010.
  8. Lyon RM. Early percutaneous coronary intervention following out-of hospital cardiac arrest.  International Conference on Emergency Medicine, Singapore, June 2010.
  9. Enright K. Critical Care Interventions in Emergency Medicine. International Conference on Emergency Medicine, Singapore, June 2010.
  10. McDowal V, Anderson L, Skinner J. Mission difficult or mission impossible?  GMC–Tomorrow’s Doctors.  AMEE September, 2010.
  11. Lawrence C, Caesar DH D-Dimer to rule out pulmonary embolus in the Emergency Department. CEM, Birmingham Conference, September 2010.
  12. Rich C, Caesar DH. Delays in rapid sequence induction. CEM, Birmingham Conference, September 2010.

2009

  1. Stockley CJ, Bonney ME, Gray AJ, Reed MJ. Syncope Management in the UK and Republic of Ireland. Poster presentation to CEM Scientific Meeting; Brighton 2009.
  2. Beckwith H, Manson L, McFarlane C, Reed MJ. A review of blood product usage in a large Emergency Department over a one-year period. Poster presentation to CEM Spring Scientific Meeting; Brighton 2009.
  3. Major J, Reed MJ. A retrospective review of head injured patients with coexistent anti-coagulant and anti-platelet use admitted from a UK Emergency Department. Poster presentation to CEM Scientific Meeting; Brighton 2009.

2008

  1. Reed MJ, Newby DE, Coull AJ, Prescott RJ, Gray AJ. The diagnosis and prognosis of adult syncope using troponin I.  CEM Scientific Meeting, Dublin 2008.
  2. Reed MJ, Newby DE, Coull AJ, Prescott RJ, Gray AJ. The diagnosis and prognosis of adult syncope using troponin I.  NHS Lothian Research Day 2008.
  3. Stockley CJ, Reed MJ, Newby DE, Coull AJ, Clegg GR, Gray AJ. The failure of D-dimer to predict risk in syncope.  NHS Lothian Research Day 2008.

Previous to 2008

  1. Reed MJ, Newby DE, Coull AJ, Jacques KG, Prescott RJ, Gray AJ. The Risk stratification Of Syncope in the Emergency department (ROSE) pilot study: a comparison of existing guidelines. 4th Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress.  Sorrento 2007.
  2. Reed MJ, Romero Legaretta I, Watson JN, Addison PS, Grubb N, Clegg GR, Robertson CE, Fox KAA. Can heart rate variability analysis predict the acute onset of ventricular tachyarrhythmias? FAEM conference, Edinburgh 2005.
  3. Reed MJ, Browning JG, Wilkinson AG, Beattie T. What characteristics are associated with children having an abnormal CT scan after head trauma? Presentation to BAEM conference, Liverpool 2004
  4. Also presented by Beattie T to European Society for Emergency Medicine, 10th Anniversary Symposium. Prague 2004, and by Browning JG to FAEM conference, Leeds 2004.
  5. Reed MJ, Dunn MJG, McKeown DW. Can an airway assessment score predict difficulty at intubation in the ED? Presentation to BAEM conference, Liverpool 2004.
  6. Browning JG, Reed MJ, Wilkinson AG, Beattie T. Imaging head injured infants: effect of a change in policy. BAEM conference, Liverpool, 2004.
  7. Browning JG, Reed MJ, Wilkinson AG, Beattie T. Can we abolish skull x-rays for head injury in children? European Society for Emergency Medicine, 10th Anniversary Symposium. Prague 2004. Also presented by Browning JG to FAEM conference, Leeds, 2004.
  8. Romero Legaretta I, Reed MJ, Watson JN, Addison PS, Grubb N, Clegg GR, Robertson CE, Fox KAA. Can heart rate variability analysis predict the acute onset of ventricular tachyarrhythmias? Computers in Cardiology, Chicago, 2004.
  9. Romero Legaretta I, Reed MJ, Watson JN, Addison PS, Grubb N, Clegg GR, Robertson CE, Fox KAA. Measurement of heart rate variability during recurrent episodes of ventricular tachyarrhythmia in one patient using wavelet transform analysis. Computers in Cardiology, Chicago, 2004.
  10. Romero Legaretta I, Reed MJ, Watson JN, Addison PS, Grubb N, Clegg GR, Robertson CE, Fox KAA. The Long Term Continuous Collection of High Resolution ECG Signals from a Coronary Care Unit. 30th Annual Conference of Computers in Cardiology, Greece 2003.
  11. Reed MJ et al. on behalf of the Scottish Transfusion and Laboratory Support in Trauma Group. Scottish Code Red Audit 2015- 2017. Moderated poster presentation to RCEM ASC 2019 Gateshead
  12. Reed MJ, Mills NL, Weir CJ. Sensitive troponin assay predicts outcome in syncope. CEM Scientific Meeting, Sheffield 2012.
  13. Reed MJ, Moir L, Neffendorf A, Nimmo AF, McGee D, Manson L. Thromboelastograpy can produce valid, potentially clinical useful results within 10 minutes in bleeding Emergency Department patients. CEM Scientific Meeting, Gateshead 2011.
  14. Stockley CJ, Reed MJ, Newby DE, Coull AJ, Clegg GR, Gray AJ. The failure of D-dimer to predict risk in syncope.  CEM Autumn Scientific Meeting, Dublin 2008.
  15. Reed MJ. Intubation training in Emergency Medicine: A review of one trainee’s first 100 procedures. CEM Autumn Scientific Meeting, Sheffield 2007.
  16. Reed MJ. Administrating a GTN infusion – big is not always best. CEM Autumn Scientific Meeting, Sheffield 2007.
  17. Reed MJ, Clegg G. Gamma hydroxybutyrate (GHB) causing Paroxysmal Sympathetic Surge. Moderated poster presentation at FAEM 2005 conference. FAEM conference 2005, Edinburgh 2005.
  18. Reed MJ, Pathmanathan A. How often are basic and advanced airway procedures performed in the Emergency Department? Moderated poster presentation at FAEM 2005 conference. FAEM conference 2005, Edinburgh 2005.
  19. Reed MJ. What factors predict the length of an unsuccessful emergency department resuscitation attempt from an out of hospital cardiac arrest? Presentation to BAEM 2004 conference, Liverpool 2004; Selected for oral presentation as one of top 3 posters.
  20. Reed MJ, Rennie LM, Dunn MJG, Gray AJ, Robertson CE, McKeown DW. Emergency Resuscitation Room patients-Do they really have difficult airways? FAEM 10th Scientific Meeting, London 2003. Winner of Moderated Poster Session.