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Involving consumers successfully in NHS research : A national survey
Objectives: To investigate how far and in what way consumers are involved in NHS research. Background: There is guidance from the UK Department of Health on involving consumers in research, but it is not known how these ...
Sudden traumatic death : Caring for the bereaved
Supporting relatives following sudden and traumatic death is one of the most daunting aspects of emergency care. Relatives are devastated by the suddenness of the event, a situation often compounded by the mutilation of ...
Opening of an Enhancing Trainees' Learning Experiences through the Advanced Multiprofessional Simulation Training Facility at the University of Hertfordshire
The University of Hertfordshire is currently setting up the largest medical simulation centre in UK and it is being presented in this article with some background information. It includes a range of simulated clinical and ...
Parental attitudes towards the management of asthma in ethnic minorities
Objectives: Children from Indian and Pakistani (South Asian) and black minority groups have relatively high rates of attendance at accident and emergency (A&E) departments and admissions to hospital in the UK. We examine ...