Volume 3 - Issue 1

 

Scottish Universities Medical Journal 2014: Volume 3, Issue 1

 

Please find below individual articles, which can be downloaded from the links provided.

Please Note: References and page numbers are included in individual articles only.

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The Autonomous Practitioner (Editorial)

K. Barr (Year 3 Mental Health Nursing Student, University of Dundee; Guest Editor for this Issue; Deputy Editor - SUMJ)

Cite This Article As:

Barr, K. (2014). ''The Autonomous Practitioner'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(1), PP. 4-5.

 

A Career Involving Clinical Research - Potential Tracks to Success

Prof. J. Iredale DM, FRCP, FMedSci, FRSE (Professor of Medicine; Dean of Clinical Medicine Director of MRC/UoE Centre for Inflammation Research)

Cite This Article As:

Iredale, J. (2014). 'A Career Involving Clinical Research - Potential Tracks to Success'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(1), PP. 6-9.

 

  Critical Appraisal of a Research Paper

Andrew MacInnes, BDS (Hons.) MFDS, RCPS (Glasgow), Senior House Officer
Thomas Lamont, BDS, MFDS, RCPS (Glasgow), Clinical Research Fellow/Honorary Restorative StR

Cite This Article As:

MacInnes, A. and Lamont, T. (2014). 'Critical Appraisal of a Research Paper'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(1), PP. 10-17.

 

  Acute Stroke - Diagnosis and Management

Dr Gemma Smith (Specialty Trainee in Elderly Care and Stroke Medicine)

Cite This Article As:

Smith, G. (2014). 'Acute Stroke - Diagnosis and Management'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(1), PP. 18-27.

 

  Stroke Rehabilitation

Dr Gemma Smith (Specialty Trainee in Elderly Care and Stroke Medicine)

Cite This Article As:

Smith, G. (2014). 'Stroke Rehabilitation'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(1), PP. 28-36.

 

  What is the Scope of Autonomy in Medical Practice?

S. Falahati (University of Glasgow)

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Falahati, S. (2014). 'What is the Scope of Autonomy in Medical Practice?'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(1), PP. 37-42.

 

  Public Health Challenges in India (Commentary Piece)

Dhairya Lakhani (3rd M.B.B.S.), Dr. Sunil Kumar (M.D.), Shruti Gohel (3rd M.B.B.S.) & Dr. Supriya Kumar (M.D.)

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Lakhani, D., Kumar, S., Gohel, S. and Kumar, S. (2014). 'Public Health Challenges in India'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(1), PP. 43-46.

 

  Electroencephalography - An Overview

Holly Duncan (University of Dundee), Kate Spillane (PhD, MRCP), Ian Morrison (PhD, FRCP)

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Duncan, H., Spillane, K. and Morrison, I. (2014). 'Electroencephalography - An Overview'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(1), PP. 47-53.

 

  Frailty: What does it mean for Clinical Care Provision?

Ciarán Reynaud (Year 3 MB BCh BAO, Trinity College Dublin), Tomás McHugh (Year 3 MB BCh BAO, Trinity College Dublin), Román Romero-Ortuño (Lic Med, MSc, MRCP (UK), PhD; Department of Medical Gerontology, Trinity College Dublin)

Cite This Article As:

Reynaud, C., McHugh, T. and Romero-Ortuño, R. (2014). 'Frailty: What does it mean for Clinical Care Provision?' Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(1), PP. 54-64.