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Never Seen Measles? 5 Things to Know
Never Seen Measles? 5 Things to Know

Never Seen Measles? 5 Things to Know

10th Jun 2019
by BC

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A 17-Year-Old Athlete in Cardiac Arrest
A 17-Year-Old Athlete in Cardiac Arrest

A 17-Year-Old Athlete in Cardiac Arrest

10th Jun 2019
by BC

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"An exceptional course"
"An exceptional course"

"An exceptional course"

7th May 2019
by Dr Sinead Fitzpatrick

An exceptional course in terms of the relevance of the content taught and the practical experience gained. I work as a Pitchside Doctor for League of Ireland soccer, intercounty camogie and amateur...

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SPoRTS Course...outstanding+++
SPoRTS Course...outstanding+++

SPoRTS Course...outstanding+++

2nd May 2019
by Marie-Elaine Grant

The Trauma in Sports Course led by Brian Carlin is outstanding+++ The course content is very relevant and practical. The participant is brought through a learning process which is in line with...

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Galway hurler saved by remarkable set of circumstances
Galway hurler saved by remarkable set of circumstances

Galway hurler saved by remarkable set of circumstances

8th Apr 2019
by Immediate Care Training

'I'm living a normal life when I was basically dead for seven minutes'  Here is another example of why the best on-field care is essential in sports.......at all levels .....whether in an...

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Application of the emergency medical services trigger tool to measure adverse events in prehospital emergency care: a time series analysis
Application of the emergency medical services trigger tool to measure adverse events in prehospital emergency care: a time series analysis

Application of the emergency medical services trigger tool to measure adverse events in prehospital emergency care: a time series analysis

3rd Apr 2019
by Immediate Care Training

Emergency Care has previously been identified as an area of significant concern regarding the prevalence of Adverse Events (AEs). However, the majority of this focus has been on the in-hospital...

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