Emergency medicine Emergency medicine includes care services that look after unscheduled patients needing immediate attention for illnesses or injuries
This branch of medicine has seen significant increases in patient admissions in recent years, which has presented challenges to delivery of quality services.
Our recent work and content on this topic is listed below.
This briefing explores the link between how well patients feel able to manage their long-term conditions such as asthma, diabetes and depression and their use of health care.
This project is aiming to address the unmet needs of children and young people in West Kent who use urgent care services most frequently.
Why do parents bring their children to the PED with minor illness, and what can be done to better understand the drivers and inform potential solutions so desired by policy makers? A recent report by ...
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