New PDF release: A History of Accident and Emergency Medicine, 1948-2004

By H. Guly

ISBN-10: 0230000746

ISBN-13: 9780230000742

ISBN-10: 1403947155

ISBN-13: 9781403947154

This publication describes the struggle to create a brand new scientific area of expertise of twist of fate and emergency medication opposed to a lot competition from confirmed specialties. The uniqueness was once first famous in 1972. The e-book additionally charts the main advancements that happened within the first 30 years of emergency drugs.

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4 Preferred career specialty for SCOs 1962 Specialty Casualty or trauma Orthopaedics General Surgery Medicine Undecided or not interested Source: CSA/BAEM Archive. 48 Staffing of departments in the late 1950s and 1960s The staffing of a few hospitals has been described in the literature. 5. These show much variation and the pattern is little different from the early 1950s. About 60 or 70 departments had a SCO as noted above. Teaching hospitals made much use of medical students who had service role for preliminary clerking of patients, assisting with dressings and doing practical procedures as well as being taught.

9 per cent of all the casualty officers were SHOs. It also shows that the lower the grade of doctor, the more hours they worked and, in particular, the more out-of-hours work they did. It was still difficult to find junior staff for casualty departments. 1 Supervision of casualty departments 1969 Specialty No. of depts No. of depts without paid sessions No. of depts with paid sessions No. of paid sessions Orthopaedic surgeons Others Joint responsibility No cover 174 38 5 11 156 28 4 11 18 10 1 — 73 66 16 — Total 228 199 29 155 Source: Reference 42.

In 1960 the Nuffield Report had recommended ‘a closer enquiry by the Royal College of Surgeons about the supervision of designated training posts. 6 A demonstration of the benefits of a full time consultant over management by committee occurred on the retirement of Maurice Ellis from his post as a full time consultant in Leeds in 1969.

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