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Research in Emergency Medicine
Professor Alasdair Gray, Consultant and Honorary Professor in Emergency Medicine.
Consultant in Emergency Medicine in Leeds and in Edinburgh since 2001. Currently, research director for the Emergency Medicine Research Group, Edinburgh and College Professor of Emergency Medicine.
Current research interests include chest pain assessment and sepsis.
Frailty at the front door
Dr Jordan Bowen is a consultant in Acute General Medicine and Geratology working for Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
He established the Ambulatory Assessment Unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford and has a particular interest in acute ambulatory care for patients living with frailty and complex conditions.
Clear: Using big data to Investigate, Understand and Influence
Dr Ruth Carter is an ST4 Emergency Medicine trainee in Thames Valley.
Ruth is currently taking a 9 month secondment to participate in the CLeAR program whilst also continuing to work clinically in ED. CLeAR (Clinically Led workforce; Activity Redesign) is a Health Education England backed pilot program which aims to equip clinicians with the skills to understand healthcare data and use this to inspire and inform new models of care that improve patient and staff experience.
National Consortium of Intelligent Medical Imaging
Dr Claire Bloomfield is CEO for the new National Consortium of Intelligent Medical Imaging, The vision of NCIMI is to integrate expertise to accelerate the potential impact of AI in enhancing the utility and efficacy of clinical imaging, for patient benefit and for UK
Oral presentations: delegates present their work
Dr Harriet Feldman
Dr Daniel Sedgewick