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Primary survey  Do EPs change their clinical behaviour in the hallway encounters or when a companion is ..read more
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This month the primary survey is collated and written by Edward Carlton, Associate Editor, EMJ. ..read more
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This month’s primary survey is brought to you by Caroline Leech, Associate Editor, EMJ. Does a brief intervention in the ED reduce ..read more
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We all want to make coming to hospital a pleasant and memorable (but not for the wrong reasons!) experience for children. It changes the ..read more
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Have you ever been stressed? - Robert Lloyd - YouTube I recently spoke at the fantastic AGN 2018 conference in Graz, Austria ..read more
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Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about how new technology will affect my life as an ED doctor. It’s 2018, and the un-ignorable hype ..read more
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Research matters to all of us training in Emergency Medicine. It must do: otherwise, the likes of St Emlyn’s, Life in the Fast Lane and ..read more
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Below is a short letter from Ellen sent out to the editors on the journal. It outlines where we came from, what we’ve done and where we ..read more
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I often imagine my retired self looking back at this point in my career, marvelling at how primitive it all was. By that stage, hospital ..read more
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In my last blog I wrote about retained guidewires and why they are important to those of us in the Emergency Department. There were some ..read more

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