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Black & Blue: Inflicted (non-accidental) Injury

The unspoken disease of inflicted, non-accidental injury in children.
A 14-year-old boy has been brought to the ED with a headache that has been ongoing for the last few days.
Where does PEM fit in with EM? Children make up about 25-30% of attendances to mixed EDs nationally, so all EM consultants must possess at least basic paediatric skills.
This month Susie and Rajesh talk about Emergency Physicians experience of stress during resuscitation and strategies for mitigating the effects of stress on performance.
A 12-year-old girl is brought to your ED with abdominal pain and a urine dip is done.
This module is a summary on notifiable diseases aiming to put the notification process in context of the wider public health implications.
This module is a summary on notifiable diseases aiming to put the notification process in context of the wider public health implications.
Refresh your knowledge on this latest outbreak.
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Struggling to negotiate CT imaging requests for your paediatric patients? Let the guiding principles of ALARA come to your rescue!
A 79-year-old male was admitted to the Clinical Decisions Unit (CDU) following a fall. Was he kept safe?
In May 2021, as we emerged from the second wave of Covid in the UK, we felt the time was right to make a change. Covid had highlighted significant racial health inequalities.