Emergency Medicine Journal

BMJ Group
United Kingdom U.K.
Impact factor
1.347 (2008)

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Lower bed occupancy linked to lower hospital death rate

Lower bed occupancy is linked to a lower hospital death rate and improved performance against the national 4 hour A&E waiting target, reveals research published online in Emergency Medicine Journal.


Titanium rings proving problematic for emergency care doctors

Rings made of titanium—an increasingly popular alternative to gold and silver—are giving emergency doctors a headache because they are so difficult to prize off swollen fingers, reveals a case study published online in ...


Hand hygiene compliance among paramedics 'remarkably low'

Paramedics' compliance with hand hygiene standards seems to be "remarkably low," finds an observational study of ambulance staff practice in four countries and published online in Emergency Medicine Journal.

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