Prehospital journeys

Oral presentations in the theme ‘prehospital journeys’ are now available to watch. Leave your comment below to join the discussion.

Geographical variations in pathways to emergency hospital admissions in infants in England

Selina Nath

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NHS 111 and attendance at hospital after a 111 call – a cross sectional analysis of routine linked urgent and emergency care data

Jen Lewis

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Self-management interventions to reduce healthcare utilisation and improve quality of life among patients with asthma: a systematic review and network meta-analysis

Alex Hodkinson

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Evaluating a local Clinical Commissioning Group’s pre-surgical health optimisation policy: a feasibility study

Lauren Scott

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InFORM: Improving care for people who Frequently call 999: co-production of guidance through an Observational study using Routine linked data and Mixed methods

Ashra Khanom

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What are emergency ambulance services doing to meet the needs of people who call frequently? A national survey of current practice in the United Kingdom

Helen Snooks

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What GP practice and CCG factors are associated with emergency hospital admissions for people living with dementia?

Emily Eyles

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Add your voice to the conversation

Thank you Dr Abuzeid. We are very keen to provide some evidence around the effectiveness of alternative ways of managing the care of patients who call 999 frequently. Currently their needs are not met and the emergency ambulance service continues to respond to calls without really knowing how to help.