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South Glasgow EM
Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Emergency Department, Glasgow
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NH Jun 13
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NH Jun 12
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NH Jun 5
Final plans confirmed for teaching CPR to 400 primary school children next week. Amazing commitment of colleagues doing this on their days off or pre/post nightshifts. Thanks all!
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EMQUIRE Jun 5
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David Lowe Jun 6
Great work engaging ED patients in @wmth18
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Navigator Scotland May 30
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South Glasgow EM May 30
Excellent 1 day conference running at on 28th September "Syncope. Everyone's Problem"
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South Glasgow EM May 24
middle grade teaching. Run through of dept SOP & trauma packaging
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South Glasgow EM May 22
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South Glasgow EM May 22
Next South Glasgow Trauma Forum is on 29th May 4.30pm in the QEUH TLC.
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NH May 17
Great to see advice incorporated into head injury patient advice leaflets. Good job
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Scottish Trauma Ntwk May 15
It was great to join you this morning and observe your sim session - thanks for the invite
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Michael Start May 15
Ever wanted to see inside the manikin??? Doing a major trauma call in
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South Glasgow EM May 15
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South Glasgow EM May 15
in situ simulation. immediate bedside imaging. FAST positive. CXR post RSI & pelvis X-rays.
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South Glasgow EM May 15
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South Glasgow EM May 15
in situ simulation ongoing at QEUH ED with hospital response
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Scottish Trauma Ntwk May 12
Nurses work across the pathway following major injury. Julie provides emergency treatment for patients on their arrival at hospital
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