The Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care have decided to create a blog where members of the pre-hospital community can write about their experiences and research. You do not need to be a member to post a blog though we would hope that you might consider becoming one!
The aim of the FPHC Website Blog is to allow for an area where members of the Pre-hospital Care community can come together to discuss fresh ideas, research, and experiences within the field and to start discussions among our wide audience of practitioners from first aiders, paramedics, doctors, nurses, first responders, voluntary aid workers and remote medics including multi agency teams such as police, fire and the armed forces.
Anyone in any of the groups above – or indeed any other PHEM groups we have inadvertently not mentioned – is welcome to submit a blog on any relevant topic. We hope to publish these at least monthly depending upon the demand. You do not need to be an FPHC member to do this.
If interested please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance for guidance on the procedure involved.
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The Faculty will publish any upcoming Webinars on this page once registration has opened.
21st April 2021 at 19:00 BST
There have been a number of exciting developments in cardiac arrest in 2020 and 2021. Come and hear directly from the experts. By the end of this webinar the audience should be able to find the key papers and put into practice the knowledge they have learnt about out of hospital cardiac arrest.
Archived FPHC Webinars are hosted on The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh's website. College Members may access these by visiting the FPHC Webinars page, clicking a webinar link from the table and using their College website login details to login and view the webinar recording.
Due to essential systems maintenance and upgrades there will be intermittent interruptions to some on-line services on Saturday 27th of February. There will be further interruption to some core services on Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd of March.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.×