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Medical Education Jun 23
Please take the time to read this recently published paper by our colleagues on non technical skills
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Medical Education Jun 23
Med Ed Leeds Simulation team are so happy to be back supporting high class small group teaching on fast AF & sepsis with social distancing
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Urology Boot Jun 12
Excellent news. ๐‘๐„๐†๐ˆ๐’๐“๐‘๐€๐“๐ˆ๐Ž๐ FOR IS NOW ๐Ž๐๐„๐!!
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Leeds ED Sim Jun 12
Our committed actor sweating profusely after โ€˜using illicit subastancesโ€™ making our more realistic and and provoking real responses from our team. Donโ€™t forget is your friend.
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Medical Education May 22
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Medical Education May 19
have been running in-situ sim throughout, but it's great to be able to have our technical support back in there too.
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Medical Education Apr 28
Remembering NHS colleagues that have sadly lost their lives to coronavirus with a minute silence at 11am.
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Medical Education Apr 20
Brilliant photo James.
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Medical Education Apr 20
Here are the details of the rest areas set up at SJUH & the LGI. Please use these facilities for downtime and refreshments when possible. The areas will be restocked on a regular basis.
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Medical Education Apr 17
Please use and share these learning resources supporting the the care of patients with covid19. It was great to host and support the filming . Thanks to all involved
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Medical Education Apr 17
The Medical Education team have been busy improving rest areas and securing new ones. Please use these safe spaces for downtime and refreshments when possible. Donations have been supplied and will be restocked.
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Andrea Giorga Apr 2
At home on a 'cover' day. Can't fully relax, so best thing is to prepare. Thank you for the online materials and your pro-activity during this crisis.
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Leeds ED Sim Apr 1
Over the last 2 weeks we have trained >80 staff through & in with on COVID-19 and set up a virtual learning platform. More than ever the value of SIM has shown its value in teaching and improving care
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Medical Education Mar 5
Brilliant creative training in Ed.
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Medical Education Feb 27
COVID-19 (coronavirus) presents with flu-like symptoms including a fever, a cough, or difficulty breathing. The current evidence is that most cases appear to be mild. Please help to prevent the spread of infection by taking simple steps such as washing hands with soap and water.
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Medical Education Feb 27
Call NHS 111 first if you have any concerns or show symptoms of coronavirus. The most up to date information on coronavirus, including travel information on countries affected, can be found at:
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Medical Education Feb 26
A fun evening showcasing Obstetric and Gynaecology skills to our Leeds medical students.
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Hils Gupte Feb 21
Thank you HQ in Stavanger, Norway. Honoured to have had a tour round the factory and see where our manikin family were born. Discover the history of Laerdal from a passionate hospitable team. Loved the products and training facilities
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James Storey Feb 25
Another fab course today. IMY1 docs displaying amazing non technical skills and really engaged in debrief discussions. As faculty I still take away something for my practice. Thanks Bryony Torble
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Leeds ED Sim Feb 25
Todayโ€™s with , and our trauma team dealing with a traumatic cardiac arrest. Learning point: pause, reflect and act. When would you activate code red?
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