Book here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/human-factors-workshops-princess-royal-hospital-bsuh-nhs-trust-7993934562 The Human Factors Workshops at BSUH NHS Trust provide an introduction to human factors in healthcare. These 1 day workshops are free for healthcare staff in Kent, Surrey and Sussex thanks to funding provided by Health Education England, Kent Surrey and Sussex. Dr Rob Galloway (Emergency Medicine Consultant) delivers an invigorating and challenging … More Human factors courses
The October Journal club and dispatched not one but two papers: Caterino JM, Hains DS, Camargo CA, Quraishi SA, Saxena V, Schwaderer AL. A Prospective, Observational Pilot Study of the Use of Urinary Antimicrobial Peptides in Diagnosing Emergency Department Patients With Positive Urine Cultures. Acad Emerg Med. 2015 Oct;22(10):1226-30. doi: 10.1111/acem.12770. Full text freely available … More October’s journal club papers
EM attracts many people with varied backgrounds and skills who enjoy the work whilst not always wanting to do go on to a formal training program. The FASSGEM section of the RCEM open to all non-trainee doctors is organising a day to explain the CESR and article 14 route including a speaker from the GMC … More To train or not to train? CESR may be the answer.
DATE AND TIME Fri 14 Oct 2016, 08:45 Sat 15 Oct 2016, 17:15 Tickets: £212.19 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/trauma-masterclass-2-tickets-25810685455?aff=erelpanelorg This is a 2-day residential course, aimed at Band 6 or higher nurses, paramedics, CCP’s, allied health professionals and doctors ST4 and higher OR healthcare professionals who have attended the KSS HOT Trauma course. The course is divided into 6 sessions, each featuring … More Trauma 2 day master class
Coming down to a trauma call or other sick patient in ED is a stressful time for anaesthetists as they are working in a different environment, with a different team and a with a patient who will always have suboptimal preparation. The RSI check list is a moment for everyone to make sure that all … More Sharing the teamwork with the anaesthetists
Sedation is the ED is a routine procedure but there has not been clear routine training or procedure. The prompt card below is used every time and has led to an excellent safety record. To be used in conjunction with the Sedation logbook..
Journal club met this morning to hear an analysis of three systematic reviews on the use of d-dimer to rule out acute aortic dissection. We also amused ourselves with this paper on emergency department overcrowding: Boyle A, Abel G, Raut P, Austin R, Dhakshinamoorthy V, Ayyamuthu R, Murdoch I, Burton J. Comparison of the International … More Use of d-dimer to exclude acute aortic dissection and Emergency department overcrowding
By Maria Finn. pdf version: Grounded Theory EuSEM 2015 Poster. Grounded theory is a well-established process of data collection and sample calculation in social sciences but it is largely underutilised in medicine. Grounded theory suggests that theory emerges inductively from the data which is useful in the Emergency Department as commonly there is no formulated hypothesis and … More ED specific statistics – grounded theory.