Tag: history

The Blood and Guts Shift. Virchester in the 1970s.

This appeared on my Twitter feed recently and also on Life in the Fast Lane, and I think we need to log it here too 🙂 It’s an amazing insight into how Casualty units worked

Emergency Medicine at 50: reflections on our progress

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) is celebrating a landmark in is history: the 50th birthday of UK Emergency Medicine. To mark this event, RCEM has been doing a number of things. There was

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