The role of research in emergency medicine training

Research matters to all of us training in Emergency Medicine. It must do: otherwise, the likes of St Emlyn’s, Life in the Fast Lane and The Bottom Line would not get millions of views every year from clinicians hungry to access the critical appraisal and practical recommendations that #FOAMed has become so adept at generating. […]

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Safety Newsflash! Retained Guidewires.

  If you’re a member of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine in the UK, you may have noticed an email pop up in your inbox recently, a safety newsflash on retained guidewires. RCEM put these out every few months, containing helpful and brief information in the crusade against events that should never happen, as […]

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The weekend effect. Part 1.

Chris Moulton VP of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and Ellen Weber discuss the weekend effect. This is well worth a listen to get behind the headlines and politics of a controversial meme in healthcare. What is it? Is there an effect and what can we do about it? Click on this link to […]

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