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Emergency Management of Severe Burns – Simulation

On Wednesday (20th June 2012) we had a burns simulation day at the College organised by a visiting Plastics Registrar. The scenario was based on the emergency management of severe burns in A&E, developed to explore the use of simulation as an educational tool. The scenario involved assessing a burns patient (i.e. an actor with make-up representing burns … Continue reading

“Scissors, Please.” The Practical Accomplishment of Surgical Work in the Operating Theatre.

The focus of this article is on professional activity in the operating theater. We explore how surgeons and nurses organize their activities, how social interaction is used to help structure and define situations, and how differentials in knowledge are constructed and oriented to. We utilize some ideas and concepts from symbolic interactionism, ethnomethodology, and conversation analysis … Continue reading

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