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Airway management during in-hospital cardiac arrest in adults: UK national survey and interview study with anaesthetic and intensive care trainees (2020)
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Goodwin, L., Samuel, K., Schofield, B., Voss, S., Brett, S. J., Couper, K., …Research and Audit Federation of Trainees (RAFT) network, . (2021). Airway management during in-hospital cardiac arrest in adults: UK national survey and interview study with anaesthetic and intensive care trainees. Journal of the Intensive Care Society, 22(3), 192-197. https://doi.org/10.1177/1751143720949458

Background: The optimal airway management strategy for in-hospital cardiac arrest is unknown. Methods: An online survey and telephone interviews with anaesthetic and intensive care trainee doctors identified by the United Kingdom Research and Audit F... Read More about Airway management during in-hospital cardiac arrest in adults: UK national survey and interview study with anaesthetic and intensive care trainees.

Exploring how paramedics are deployed in general practice and the perceived benefits and drawbacks: a mixed-methods scoping study (2020)
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Schofield, B., Voss, S., Proctor, A., Benger, J., Coates, D., Kirby, K., …Booker, M. (2020). Exploring how paramedics are deployed in general practice and the perceived benefits and drawbacks: a mixed-methods scoping study. BJGP Open, 4(2), bjgpopen20X101037. https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgpopen20x101037

Background: General practice in the UK faces continuing challenges to balance a workforce shortage against rising demand. The NHS England GP Forward View proposes development of the multidisciplinary, integrated primary care workforce to support fron... Read More about Exploring how paramedics are deployed in general practice and the perceived benefits and drawbacks: a mixed-methods scoping study.

Teacher and student views on the feasibility of peer to peer education as a model to educate 16–18 year olds on prudent antibiotic use—a qualitative study (2020)
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McNulty, C. A. M., Brown, C. L., Syeda, R. B., Bennett, C. V., Schofield, B., Allison, D. G., & Francis, N. (2020). Teacher and student views on the feasibility of peer to peer education as a model to educate 16–18 year olds on prudent antibiotic use—a qualitative study. Antibiotics, 9(4), 194. https://doi.org/10.3390/antibiotics9040194

Peer education (PE) has been used successfully to improve young peoples’ health-related behaviour. This paper describes a qualitative evaluation of the feasibility of university healthcare students delivering PE, covering self-care and antibiotic use... Read More about Teacher and student views on the feasibility of peer to peer education as a model to educate 16–18 year olds on prudent antibiotic use—a qualitative study.

The feasibility of measuring calprotectin from a throat swab as a marker of infections caused by group A streptococcus: a case–control feasibility study (2020)
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Schofield, B., Gregory, C., Gal, M., Gillespie, D., Naik, G., Hay, A., & Francis, N. (2020). The feasibility of measuring calprotectin from a throat swab as a marker of infections caused by group A streptococcus: a case–control feasibility study. BJGP Open, 4(2), bjgpopen20X101006. https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgpopen20x101006

Background Most people with sore throat do not benefit from antibiotic treatment, but nearly three-quarters of those presenting in primary care are prescribed antibiotics. A test that is predictive of bacterial infection could help guide antibiotic p... Read More about The feasibility of measuring calprotectin from a throat swab as a marker of infections caused by group A streptococcus: a case–control feasibility study.

Peer-education as a tool to educate on antibiotics, resistance and use in 16–18-year-olds: A feasibility study (2020)
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McNulty, C. A. M., Syeda, R. B., Brown, C. L., Bennett, C. V., Schofield, B., Allison, D. G., …Francis, N. (2020). Peer-education as a tool to educate on antibiotics, resistance and use in 16–18-year-olds: A feasibility study. Antibiotics, 9(4), 146. https://doi.org/10.3390/antibiotics9040146

© 2020 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. Peer education (PE) interventions may help improve knowledge and appropriate use of antibiotics in young adults. In this feasibility study, health-care students were trained to educate 16–18 y... Read More about Peer-education as a tool to educate on antibiotics, resistance and use in 16–18-year-olds: A feasibility study.