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100 Ways to use a VLE

100 Ways to use a VLE | Learning Environments : BSc in Medical Education | Scoop.it
A *fantastic* section of James Clay's blog illustrating (almost) 100 ways to use a VLE - try them out!
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The Personal Learning Environment- Beyond the VLE

The Personal Learning Environment- Beyond the VLE | Learning Environments : BSc in Medical Education | Scoop.it
Over the last decade we have seen an enormous growth in use of technology within education. From the use of laptops and digital projectors to smartboards and VLE’s all of which have been aimed at improving learning. The question is whether educator adoption of replicative technologies eventually will lead to more transformative, student-centered uses of digital learning tools or whether the current wave of educator tool usage simply will be replaced by whatever is the next generation of replicative technologies....
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Sepsis 6 Manager

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“ Get Sepsis 6 Manager on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.”
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Why aren't antibiotics given within 1 hr in sepsis? (with tweets) · amcunningham

This is where we started with our 'Learning Environments' module in the Cardiff Uni BSs in Meded #cdfbscmeded
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Sepsis

Welcome to the Southampton Emergency Medicine Education Project.

This website aims to educate, inspire and entertain anyone who is interested in Emergency Medicine. Designed and delivered by practising emergency physicians from Southampton University Hospital Emergency Department it will encompass the latest in educational techniques.

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Comes from Southampton

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STOP SEPSIS. SAVE LIVES - YouTube

Sepsis is a dangerous condition which can occur when the body's normal response to a bacterial infection gets out of control. While it can happen in the elde...
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Introduction to the Sepsis 6

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The paperless medical student - #UKmeded chat 16 January

The paperless medical student - #UKmeded chat 16 January | Learning Environments : BSc in Medical Education | Scoop.it
The #ukmeded Twitter chats start off again this Thursday 16 January at 9pm UK time with Iona Campbell a 3rd year medical student from Dundee Medical School guest hosting the discussion on the idea ...
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Use of VLEs with Digital Media - JISC Digital Media

Use of VLEs with Digital Media - JISC Digital Media | Learning Environments : BSc in Medical Education | Scoop.it
This advice document gives you an overview of the things to consider when using digital media in your Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).
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1000 Lives Plus | Programme Area: Rapid Response to Acute Illness (RRAILS)

1000 Lives Plus | Programme Area: Rapid Response to Acute Illness (RRAILS) | Learning Environments : BSc in Medical Education | Scoop.it
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find the link to the 1000 Lives Plus NEWS app here 

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The Sepsis Six | Survive Sepsis

The Sepsis Six is a set of interventions which can be delivered by any junior healthcare professional working as part of a team. All you need to deliver the Sepsis Six is a patient with sepsis, a qualified prescriber, basic healthcare equipment and the will to make it happen!Just by doing these six simple things in the first hour, you can double your patient’s chance of survival!

The Sepsis Six are:

Administer high flow oxygen. Take blood culturesGive broad spectrum antibioticsGive intravenous fluid challengesMeasure serum lactate and haemoglobinMeasure accurate hourly urine output
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Self-explanatory? Now how to make it happen!

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