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Emergency Department Clinical Research Unit

Emergency Department Clinical Research Unit

Emergency Department Clinical Research Unit | Updated 2 Dec 2020 | Tags: a&e ED EDCO Emergency Department FRAILT Heather Jarman Mary Halter Research

Follow us on Twitter @stgedresearch The Emergency Department (ED) at St George’s participates in a number of research projects through the work of the Clinical Research Unit. In 2020 / 21 the unit enabled over 2500 patients to participate in research, more than any other Emergency Department in England. The …


ED Clinical Research Unit – publications

Emergency Department Clinical Research Unit | Updated 6 Dec 2020 | Tags: a&e Clinical Research Unit Dr Phil Moss Heather Jarman Narani Sivayoham Research

Below are the publications from academic and clinical staff working in the Emergency Department. Links to the full text papers are included where these are freely available. 2020 publications (alphabetical) Alghamdi A, Reynard C, Morris N, Moss P, Jarman H, Hardy E, Harris T, Horner D, Parris R, Body R. …


FRAIL-T: the frailty in major trauma study

FRAIL-T: the frailty in major trauma study

FRAIL-T: the frailty in major trauma study | Updated 6 Sep 2020 | Tags: a&e ED Emergency Department frailty Heather Jarman major trauma major trauma centre Research

<< Back to ED Clinical Research Unit page Follow us on twitter @FRAILTstudy ‘Frailty’ is a condition that we know can affect people as they get older and means people can be weaker and more vulnerable than they used to be. Things that suggest a person may be frail include: …


EDCO study: Screening for carbon monoxide in emergency departments

EDCO study: Screening for carbon monoxide in emergency departments

EDCO study: Screening for carbon monoxide in emergency departments | Updated 26 Jun 2020 | Tags: a&e carbon monoxide EDCO Emergency Department Heather Jarman Research

<< Back to ED Clinical Research Unit page Carbon monoxide is a colourless, tasteless, odourless gas produced by incomplete fuel combustion. The signs and symptoms of exposure are non-specific and therefore it is difficult to diagnose; if the diagnosis is missed it may lead to long-term health problems. Unfortunately, no-one knows …


St George’s to build South London’s first hospital helipad

St George’s to build South London’s first hospital helipad

News & events | 18 Sep 2012 | Tags: Heather Jarman helipad HELP

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust announced today, Tuesday 18th September, that it has been granted formal planning permission to develop a helipad at St George’s Hospital in Tooting. It will be only the second hospital helipad in London and the first south of the river. The development will be partly funded through a grant of £1million from the County Air Ambulance Trust HELP (Helicopter Emergency Landing Pad) Appeal.