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Scott
ED Nurse, Lecturer Interests;Emergency care, Recognition & managment of the unwell patient. Mentorship of Students.
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Scott 13h
Looking forward to today’s year two welcome session!
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KnowYourOrgans Aug 30
Hope you enjoyed the different quiz this week - here are the answers to the crossword clues.
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KnowYourOrgans Aug 25
Something a little different for todays quiz. Have a go at our cardiac crossword. Just post your answer to one of the clues
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Andy Powell Aug 23
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Scott Aug 23
Did you take a guess at Sunday’s quiz? Here is the answer!
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Scott Aug 21
Thank you Raj For doing a mentoring session for today ! Lecturer in the making.....?
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Scott Aug 20
Don’t be worried if it doesn’t feel ( the routine) like placements you have had before, that’s normal. Be a sponge and learn loads
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Scott Aug 20
Look at the A->E assessment. Look at the resus algorithms( ALS) , revise body systems and skeletal, trust escalation and safeguarding. If the department see Pediatric patients you might want to consider haveing a look some of these areas too. Common medication as well.
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Scott Aug 18
Thanks Emma !
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Scott Aug 18
Can you guess the answers to this weeks quiz?
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Scott Jul 3
A huge thanks to our mentors ! For giving up their time to offer this workshop. I hope that we are able to offer more workshops in the future !
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Scott Jul 3
Our students dilivering outreach workshops for students at
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Scott Jun 28
Well done Melissa !
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Scott Jun 28
Well done Katie !
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Pete Chessum Jun 21
Exactly this... Nursing needs all sorts of exceptional staff all delivering care to their strengths.... Whether that’s clinical, research, teaching, leading or a bit of all the above.
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Scott Jun 21
Keep revisiting the content and applying it as we continue through the case study’s. Remember were hear to help
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Scott Jun 21
Fantastic to have you on board ! Enjoyed team teaching this morning with you !
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Nurse Educ Today Jnl Jun 20
Education really does make a difference - In a 2014 study in nine European countries, every 10% increase in degree educated nurses was associated with a 7% reduction in patient mortality.
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Scott Jun 17
Thank you for your kind words!
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Scott Jun 17
Well done Katie !
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