Prompt cards are now used routinely and work. You can see a selection of them here and contact Rob Greenhalgh or Rob Galloway for further information and using them in your own ED. For a full version of the poster please Prompt Card Poster
How confident are you at diagnosing chest pains? See below for the best place to go…or is it? Watch this space. For he full version click here:Chest Pain in the A&E Department Safely Separating the Wheat from the Chaff Featured photo by JakobT_98
Simon Albert, Rob Galloway, R Grimaldi and Evan Coughlan explain how they get such great results at the Brighton marathon. Here you can learn why the Brighton marathon stays out of the hospital – of particular interest if you are on call that day!
For the full version of the bleeding risks associated with ACS therapy, click here.
By Maria Finn. For pdf version click here.
Back in 2012 the UK Royal College of Emergency Medicine and Royal College of Anaesthetists developed Safe Sedation in the Emergency Department – a report a recommendation. However, practise varies greatly often due to the varied training EM physicians have undergone. A review of practise at Brighton by Alice Byram can be seen below and the … More Are you sedating safely …. or is it still 10 and 10?