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⚕️Sarah E ⚕️ 19h
Thanks it’s been a great set of Simulations to develop. The team with me and Karen. They have been the most rewarding sims to deliver and some of the best feedback we’ve ever had! 🥰🥰🥰
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Hospice UK 19h
This is a brilliant example of how can be brought to the forefront of conversations within . How are using 'Mr Green' to simulate real-life situations:
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The Butterfly Project May 17
We've been hearing so many positive things about these simulations - it's sometimes quite daunting to when it's not something you're confident with, and high fidelity simulation is such a great way of practicing!
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EastMidsFOAMed May 17
Replying to @EM3FOAMed
You can read about our first in situ palliative sim in our latest 👇 And once you're done, just click the button at the end to download all of our resources to run it for yourself 👍
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EastMidsFOAMed May 17
To conclude we wanted to share our work on , a series of palliative simulations based around End of Life, Frailty and Uncertain Prognosis, with the aim of making clinicians feel more confident to in A&E.
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EastMidsFOAMed May 17
Replying to @EM3FOAMed
The EoL jigsaw was designed to remind clinicians that other facets of End of Life care hold equal weight and that all jigsaw pieces must also be considered and addressed to complete the picture and provide holistic care. Check out the blog for more details about each piece 👉🧩
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EastMidsFOAMed May 17
An introduction to the aspects of End of Life care in the Emergency Department using the EoL jigsaw developed by Dr Sarah Vince 🏥🧩
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The Butterfly Project May 16
in the ED! If any staff would like a bit more information about our Butterfly Project, some resources on planning ahead, or something sweet to see you through the day, please pop down to ED Undercroft and see us!
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EastMidsFOAMed May 16
Our latest of the week is awarded to a paediatric nurse A&E who was able to provide consistently excellent care and communication with both the patient, family and the rest of their team 🏅
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EastMidsFOAMed May 16
Replying to @LizzieH1980
People in the last hours and days of life may experience a spectrum of distressing physical symptoms. Find out what you can prescribe to help bring relief at this crucial time.
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EastMidsFOAMed May 16
Replying to @EM3FOAMed
Reaction patterns can also be more prominent and exaggerated. Darker skin may also dry faster in colder less humid climates. (3/3) Skin of Colour resource 📘 Challenges of identifying eczema in darkly pigmented skin 📙
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EastMidsFOAMed May 16
Replying to @EM3FOAMed
It's our professional responsibility to become familiar with how skin conditions vary with skin type. Eczema may not be as pronounced on darker skin. It may be more violaceous, can have a grey hue. Complications like acute oozing or skin thickening can occur more quickly. (2/3)
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EastMidsFOAMed May 16
Replying to @EM3FOAMed
The answer to this week's quiz was atopic dermatitis, aka eczema. Ethnic Dermatology is an expanding field that addresses deficits in conventional teaching which has largely focused on lighter Eurocentric skin types. (1/3)
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Jeanna May 15
Coming soon to a hospital near you - rolling out in from Jan 2020. Combining & - electronic and paper copies. National initiative. Already in How’s it working?
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EastMidsFOAMed May 15
Replying to @EM3FOAMed
A 7-year-old with a severely itchy rash attends A&E in distress. They are awaiting a referral to dermatology but in the meantime, the itching is keeping him awake at night. Can you ? [SEE THREAD FOR PHOTO]
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EastMidsFOAMed May 15
A 7-year-old with a severely itchy rash attends A&E in distress. They are awaiting a referral to dermatology but in the meantime, the itching is keeping him awake at night. Can you ? [SEE THREAD TO VOTE]
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EastMidsFOAMed May 15
Absolutely. All our content is produced as free open-access medical education (aka ) so you are more than welcome to use in your own department 🙂
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EastMidsFOAMed May 15
Replying to @ianlewins @acuity
Hi Ian, we use scheduling for our booking system. There is a free plan that is limited but might suit your needs 👍
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EastMidsFOAMed May 15
Replying to @LizzieH1980
“I’d like to talk to you about what is happening and what is important to you so we can provide the care you want – is that okay?”
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EastMidsFOAMed May 14
Here's our latest poster by presented at based on the "Safeguarding School Bus" concept from the Child Protection Recognition and Response course 🚍🙁 Child abuse is frighteningly common. Learn how to recognise & respond to it in your workplace.
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