Tag: research

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

Research Workshop at EMSSA. St.Emlyn’s on tour.

  Research workshop at EMSSA  It strikes me that pre-conference workshops increasingly demonstrate the best place to learn new things. The groups are smaller, there is more discussion and it’s more personal. At the EMSSA

Fake news, lies, fraud, errors and statistics. St.Emlyn’s

One of the most inspiring talks at SMACC Dub was delivered by John Carlisle on the subject of fraud in medical publishing. It was inspiring for many reasons, the topic is of real interest to

Here’s the top 10 (and more) research priorities in EM. James Lind & St.Emlyn’s

We’ve blogged before about the James Lind Alliance1,2 project that’s been running with the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. In brief this is an exercise that engages the profession, researchers and patients to come to

Research Priorities in Emergency Medicine: We need your help. St.Emlyn’s

123Hopefully you already know about the James Lind Alliance 1–4. We’ve spoken about it on the blog before, but in brief the Royal College of Emergency Medicine is working with the JLA to set the

One high sensitivity troponin test to rule out acute myocardial infarction

This month I was honoured that a study I wrote with some terrific colleagues from Europe, Australia and the US has been published as the ‘Editor’s Choice’ in Academic Emergency Medicine. This was a secondary analysis

I’m all about the Bayes, ’bout the Bayes, no treble

Who knew that the Reverend Thomas Bayes would be such a prominent figure in pop culture?! Ignore the spelling error in the title of the song, we know who she is really singing about.  I

James Lind Alliance update. St.Emlyn’s

John Lind Alliance research priority partnership with the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. Setting the research agenda for the next 10 years in emergency medicine

James Lind and the RCEM needs you (and you, and you). St.Emlyn’s

You probably already know of James Lind as he is rather famous in medical research. If not then you will know his work. As a Scottish physician working with the Royal Navy he conducted the

The North West Emergency Medicine Regional Research Symposium 2015

On Thursday 23rd July we held our annual North West Emergency Medicine Regional Research Symposium. This is an opportunity to celebrate some of the fantastic Emergency Medicine research going on around Greater Manchester. And this