Guillaume Alinier

Director of Research, Hamad Medical Corporation: Ambulance Service, Doha, Qatar; Visiting Professor, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK; Adjunct Professor, Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar, Doha, Qatar; Visiting Fellow, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

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Considerations on out-of-hospital pain assessment of a diverse population

Pain assessment is an important clinical feature of patient care as it generally dictates the treatment options that the clinician can offer a patient. Paramedics generally spend a limited amount of...

Second Emergency Medicine Congress in Byblos, Lebanon

Friday 12 April was the start of the didactic part of the Conference. In the first session, Ethics and administration, Dr Beatrice Le Bon Chami, Medical Director at Notre Dame Maritime Hospital and...

Crisis Resource Management in emergency medical settings in Qatar

The population of Qatar is in excess of 2.6 million (76% male versus 24% female) (MDPS, 2016). Almost 90% of the country's population comprises expatriate workers, who reside in the capital city,...

Clinical handover between paramedics and emergency department staff: SBAR and IMIST-AMBO acronyms

Handover is also referred to as ‘handoff’, but for the purpose of consistency, the word ‘handover’ will be used throughout this article..

Ambulance service operational improvement

Outside of the delivery of clinical care, an ambulance service can be viewed as a logistics operation organisation, or perhaps more accurately as a ‘patient supply chain’ system. This system brings...

A model to embed clinical simulation training during ambulance shift work

Providing simulation training at the roadside for ambulance staff is equivalent to facilitating ‘in-situ’ simulation for hospital staff. In-situ simulation is to be understood as providing...

The growing trend of simulation as a form of clinical education: a global perspective

A number of simulation facilities, programmes, and research projects have recently emerged or are taking place in Asia and Africa.

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