Emergency Situations Workshop

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The ability to act appropriately in an emergency is invaluable and particularly vital for healthcare professionals.  As such, the societys’ next event will be a workshop about how to deal with emergency situations - including epileptic seizures and anaphylactic shocks. Attendees will also be taught about CPR from a trained and experienced lifeguard.

Not only will you hear from the point of view of some patients, you will also hear from healthcare professionals who will provide a broad understanding of patient needs in emergency situations.

This workshop will be held in the room N311 of the Sir Ian Wood Building on Tuesday at 17:15.

As always there will be FREE pizza after the event. Please click ATTENDING for this event on our Facebook page so we know numbers and can get enough pizza for you all!

Hope to see you all there!

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