The Emergency Department week is part of the Clinical Phase 1 for medical students on placement at

Nottingham City Hospital and the Queens Medical Centre. 

 

 

Overview

The CP1 ED handbook is a guide for what to expect during your CP1 rotation.

During this rotation, you will have an opportunity to practice most of what you learned during a simulation session. The sample/Demo Video is available to guide you as to what is expected. 

You may also like to know about simulation in general. A link will be provided to a narrated teaching.

 

Take Aurally Podcasts

Click here for other useful resources from Emergency Medicine 

News and Announcements

  • During your time in Emergency Department, you will have an opportunity to practice your skills during a simulated learning episode ( Titled 'Sim' on your timetable). You will be given a scenario ( a practice case study) and be given an opportunity to 'show' your skill as you would in a clinical environment. It is a safe learning environment and an opportunity to learn from feedbacks received. 
  • CPR session is a useful time to get experience of CPR and Airway management 
CPR session is a useful time to get experience of CPR and Airway management
CPR session is a useful time to get experience of CPR and Airway management 
  • Your teaching sessions are a mix of 'hands-on' practical sessions, clinical teaching and simulations. Pls make efforts to attend all of the sessions. You will gain experience from different groups- pharmacists, senior registrars, senior nurses and consultants. 
Your teaching sessions are 'Hands-On' practical experience and practical skills.
CP1 2021 | CPR Session
  • If you miss any sessions due to unplanned absences or challenges, please come to DREEAM office and speak to us. We can re-arrange your sessions during your week of rotation
If you miss out
Practical Session| Airway Station | CP1 2021