• Clinical Communiqué Volume 4 Issue 2 June 2017

    Clinical Communiqué Volume 4 Issue 2 June 2017

    Welcome to the winter 2017 edition of the Clinical Communiqué. Since our last edition, we have seen interest in our publication continue to grow, and we have been heartened by the feedback we continue to receive from our readers about the lessons learned.

  • Full-Time 3-Year PhD Scholarship

    Full-Time 3-Year PhD Scholarship

    This project seeks to improve the quality of care by using data from the outcomes from medico-legal death investigations to reduce preventable health care related deaths.

  • An article evaluating the effect of the Clinical Communique has been published by the BMJ

    An article evaluating the effect of the Clinical Communique has been published by the BMJ

    The primary aim of this study was to explore whether subscribers reported clinical practice changes as a result of reading the CC. It also compared the characteristics of subscribers who self-reported changes to clinical practice with those who did not, and explores subscribers’ perceptions of the educational value of the CC.

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    Clinical Communiqué Volume 4 Issue 1 March 2017

    In this issue of the Clinical Communiqué, we focus on PE as the single, specific cause of death. As featured in the three cases presented, PE is a diagnosis that can occur in any healthcare setting, from general practice, to the emergency department, to the postoperative ward. It is a diagnosis that every healthcare practitioner needs to be familiar with to adequately detect and treat it in their patients, every time.

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