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SAM Cardiff

The SAM Cardiff meeting at the Mercure Hotel was well attended and it was great to catch up with many AIM trainees.

When I first saw the title of this book, my initial assumption was that it was a training ‘guidebook’ – one of those texts which aims to help trainees to navigate their way through the treacherous

Unplanned medical 30 day readmissions place a burden on the provision of acute hospital services and are increasingly used as quality indicators to assess quality of care in hospitals. Multivariable

Recovery from Acute Illness is dependent on severity of illness. We aimed to investigate whether resilience as the ‘ability to bounce back’ might also affect recovery. We conducted a scoping review

There are currently various models of care for provision of high dependency care for acutely ill medical patients across the UK. Acute Physicians are integral to the development and progression of

Immunotherapy with ’checkpoint-inhibitors‘ has significantly improved outcomes for patients with a range of malignancies. However, significant immune-mediated toxicities of these therapies are

Background: There are currently several different definitions for sepsis. This study looked at what proportion of acute medical admissions were identified by the different definitions, what correlation

Our spring conference this year heads to Cardiff. Ex SAM trainee representative and new acute medicine consultant Nerys Conway will be hosting us on May 4th and 5th 2017 at a conference entitled ‘Together

Altered Airways Course

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