Evening News recognises 3RU team
“EDINBURGH is world-famous for its festivals but there is less recognition for one of its most vital achievements – treating cardiac arrests.”
The Edinburgh Evening News recognised the work of the 3RU team in a two page spread on October 1st.
See the full article here: 3RU Feature EEN 1st October 2015
Well done team.
3RU showcased as ‘trailblazers’ at the Scottish Ambulance Service Annual Review 2014.
Master of Ceremonies Geoff Holt from the Scottish Health Council said, “If you always do what you always did, you’ll always get what you always got—these people are stepping out there and trying to push it forward”
See the videocast of the Annual Review including Colin Crookston’s great presentation of the work of the 3RU team here.
Matt Reed, Steven Short and a faculty of ED ultrasound practitioners put the 3RU team through their paces. Ultrasound is a useful tool in the ED during resuscitation after OHCA, but how will it translate into the ‘perfect 10’ workflow? The team had a great day learning at the feet of the masters – now to put it all into practice… Watch this space.
Thanks to the faculty, Becks Cranfield, Emma-Beth Wilson, Mike Wilson, Doug Murray, Rav Kishen, Graeme McAlpine, Katy Letham and Shirin Brady. Also a big thank you to the team of ‘subjects’, Sarah Langlands, Connor Bowbeer, Yeo Hui, and Jasmine Shen.