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Tatiana V Z Jun 26
battling knife crime shouldn’t be about taking credit or competition of agencies with the same aim - working together is our best chance! A truly inspirational talk from to finish off
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Duncan Bew Jun 26
Travelling back from today in my spare time, I had a thought that maybe we could model society like a big bus, full of smiling people, happy because they had an equal chance of getting a seat, and to get the destination that they aspire to...🤔
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Mark Ruddy Jun 26
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Stuart Elms Jun 26
That's a wrap. Brilliant day. Thanks to all the speakers. All of you were absorbing and informative, thank you for your time and help. Learning and thinking definitely occurred today. Lastly to celebrate 10 years of we are taking a lucky person to
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Charlotte Wright Jun 26
It's OK not to be OK
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Sophie Pitsialis Jun 26
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Stuart Elms Jun 26
HUGE thank you to for standing in at VERY short notice to speak at today. Thank you very much Duncan from all of Magnificent effort and we fully appreciate it.
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Dom Lowcock Jun 26
Back from a brilliant day at . Memorable talks covering fascinating clinical content accompanied by insightful reflection on the impact of difficult cases on the clinician, and the complexities of/solutions to the knife crime epidemic. Will be back next year!
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Amy Jun 26
Lots of focus on silver trauma in recent years however we are also seeing an increase in data on people <30yrs old. An increase in stabbings and shootings however a decrease in RTC’s. Is this data also dependant on perspective/bias?
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Sarah Morton Jun 26
Excellent range of presentations at
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Portia Rhimes Jun 26
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Stuart Elms Jun 26
Thanks for wrapping up an excellent day with a very informative presentation. Not everytime that a final speaker captures the crowd so intently.
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Norman Pao Jun 26
Question from the audience to the forensic pathologist of what injuries he more commonly sees in a death by stabbing...brings to mind this diagram. What the clinician sees differs greatly from what a forensic pathologist sees
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Rosalie Jones Jun 26
Another year, another brilliant Aeromedical Conference. Thank you EHAAT and all the incredible speakers - you guys really knocked it out of the park! 🚁⚕️
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Specialist-Aviation Jun 26
SAS is proud to support . The conference is celebrating its 10th year with a fascinating insight into HEMS from as far away as the US & OZ
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Zain Osmani Jun 26
Graham Ellis, Assistant Commissioner , reminds us of just how resilient London continues to be. Reflect, Learn & Innovate
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gaynor wareham Jun 26
“It’s not what you arrive in it’s what you bring”
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Sian Cowell Jun 26
A great honest account from regarding a miracle case. For me, it highlighted how common 'imposter syndrome' can be in the medical world. Talk to each other as you might be feeling the same
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John Pilavakis Jun 26
Hats off to today on the conference, making learning about pre-hospital care free to all medical professionals/grades! Touched on important and relevant topics plus some great learning points from cases
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Crista Jun 26
Big shout out to getting down to the nitty gritty of knife crime and how we tackle it. Intervening young, teaching the youth new skills and looking at knife crime as a public health issue that requires every dept to come together
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