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Authors: Gavin Lloyd, Simon Laing / Code: CC6 / Published: 17/04/2015

Improving care in the ED, one departments response to the Francis report.

Gavin Lloyd sums up his talk from the #RCEMBelfast conference and discusses how his department has implemented some simple but effective measures to make some real differences to the care received by their patients.

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