In 2020, the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital teamed up with the East of England Ambulance service and Saarland University in Germany to run a 6 week trial of a mobile stroke unit. This mobile unit, staffed by a consultant neurologist and paramedic, aims to reduce the time between suspecting a stroke and administering life-saving treatments. … Continue reading You’re invited to join us for an interesting insight into the Mobile Stroke Unit.
It's the start of a new year & a new term, we've already hosted one excellent event so far in 2021 & although 2020 was turbulent for so many, we saw our society go from strength to strength. We hosted a range of events in semester one, including a PHEM careers talk and discussions on … Continue reading Welcome Back!
Hear about what happens when someone calls 999 and asks for an ambulance. Do you know how calls get prioritised? How it’s decided where to send people? How the ambulance service integrates with the other emergency services? Come along and find out on Tuesday! Snacks and refreshments provided. Free for members, £3 for non-members Tickets … Continue reading Insight Evening: The Ambulance Control Room
The National Undergraduate Pre-Hospital Care Conference 2018 will be an exciting, multidisciplinary, fun-packed event, taking place in Norwich over the weekend 17-18 March 2018. Consisting of a variety of seminars, lectures and simulations, Norwich PCP have a packed programme lined up, that's guaranteed to be fun, educational and engaging! Everyone with an interest in pre-hospital … Continue reading National Undergraduate Pre-Hospital Care Conference 2018
Hear about what makes military medicine unique, what kind of injuries are found on the battlefield, and most importantly how to get your hands on one of those £100k bursaries. There will be a chance to chat informally with representatives from the British Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force. Refreshments will be provided. Free … Continue reading Insight Evening: Military Medicine
Norwich PCP runs an annual First Response Course. It has 2 aims: To develop the leadership and teamwork skills of those attending, and allow them to put them into practice in interprofessional teams. To teach those attending how to respond to medical emergencies as bystanders, in a safe and effective manner. Attendees are given training … Continue reading First Response Course 2017