Category: Major Incidents

Understanding Fear and Anxiety around COVID-19: A St Emlyn’s Podcast.

Over the last few years there has, thankfully, been more of a realisation that we need to look after ourselves and each other. “Wellbeing” is the hot topic, yet I don’t think anyone could’ve imagined

The Diploma in Immediate Medical Care. Hints and Tips from St Emlyn’s

I recently sat the Diploma in Immediate Care and thought I would share with you some of the things I learned along the way and some of the resources I used. This is a very

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London Pre-Hospital Care Conference #LTC2019

It’s conference week, and although we started it in Birmingham with the Intensive Care Society State of the Art, we’re now in London at the Royal Geographical Society for the London Trauma Conference. This blog

#Tact19

#TacT19: St Emlyn’s on tour with Pete Hulme

I’m not as big a conference attendee like some people I know (Ed – you mean @EMManchester), but when I heard the conference had its own Spotify playlist (featuring the Matrix soundtrack) and saw the

July podcast 2019 St Emlyn's

July 2019 Podcast Round Up: St Emlyn’s

Our regular podcast review of the best of the blog from July 2019

Similar challenges, different approaches – Mass Casualty Incident training lessons from Pakistan. St Emlyn’s

A little while ago I reported from the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma’s meeting – specifically covering the management of major – or mass casualty – incidents (MCI). Many similar themes stood out

#badEMfest18 Day 3. St Emlyn’s

After a very relaxing Friday evening with live music, fireside chats and a wine tasting (from the wine farm of Lee Wallis, no less!), Saturday kicked off with workshops bright and early. Morning Workshops Critical

How to declare a Major Incident. St.Emlyn’s

Recent attacks in Manchester, London and around the world have heightened our awareness of the possibility of a major incident being declared at any time of day or night. As emergency physicians (and all specialities

Thoughts and wishes for #GreaterManchester.

  Our thoughts are with everyone affected; patients, families, staff, relatives and the people of Manchester. This is not a time for Social Media. There is far more important work to do in the real

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Major incident planning at the 14th ACCS meeting. St.Emlyn’s

This week I am talking in Manchester at the 14th Annual Critical Care Symposium. This is an amazing meeting organised by the legendary Dr Chithambaram Veerappan, a critical care doc based in Oldham, just up


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