Are you interested in science?
Lincoln Cafe Scientifique encourages understanding and debate about topical scientific research in an informal setting. Speakers present a short talk on an area of science in which they have been involved which is then followed by questions and chat.
Free talks each month – doors open 6:30pm
(The science talk/chat 7.00pm-8.30pm)
Next talk: Clinical research in the back of an ambulance- Greg Whitley
People call 999 for an ambulance often during the worst day of their life. They may have a medical illness such as difficulty breathing or chest pain for example, or a traumatic injury such as a broken bone. They may be calling for someone else, a loved one, a friend or a member of the public in need. Ambulance clinicians often arrive to provide assessment, treatment and transport.
Is there capacity in this highly constrained and stressful field of prehospital emergency medicine for clinical research? Prehospital research, key studies from the last decade and ethical considerations will all be discussed.
Date: April 18th
Time: Doors open 6.30pm
Venue: The Drill selling tea/coffee/wine/beer and food
Places are limited – to guarantee entry click below
Or entry on the door if places still available
Address: The Drill, Freeschool Lane, Lincoln, LN2 1EY