I just came back from The Royal College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Conference held in Manchester, UK from 28 to 30 September. It was an excellent conference, with great organisation and fantastic speakers including international lecturers like the larger than life Scott Weingart and amazing Cliff Reid, not to mention a range of UK based professors and consultants.
For a brilliant summary of the most exciting lectures, I recommend you visit the RCEM FOAMed Network.
I have participated with two abstracts based on the research I have conducted during the last 6 months. Both were presented as posters, and you can view them below.
Patient Results Collector, an open source computer software to facilitate clinical audits. A case study.
Can we consider adjusting cutoff point of HemosIL D-dimer assay fo the exclusion of pulmonary embolism?
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