Professor Tim Coats

In Leeds and London, Tim developing a particular interest in pre-hospital trauma care. He trained in pre-hospital care with the London Helicopter Emergency Medical Service. Following appointment at Barts and The London in 1996 with consultant responsibility for the London HEMS service, he moved to the University of Leicester as Professor of Emergency Medicine. He is a past Chair of the College of Emergency Medicine Research Committee, past Chair of the NIHR National Specialist Group for Injuries and Emergencies, and currently Chairs TARN

Academic interests:

Changes in coagulation following injury, artificial intelligence in healthcare ‘big data’ applications, and non-invasive monitoring in the diagnosis of sepsis in emergency care
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Dr Alasdair Corfield

Alasdair trained as an Emergency Physician in Scotland & Australia and has an interest in critical care in Emergency Medicine and Pre-hospital Care settings. He currently works as an Emergency Medicine Consultant and as a Consultant in Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine with ScotSTAR, delivering critical care transport with the Scottish Ambulance Service.

Academic interests:

His research interests are in trauma care, sepsis, early warning scores and public health aspects of emergency care. In a broader context, he continues to be involved in global health initiatives in these research areas.

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Dr Damian Roland

Damien is an Honorary Associate Professor in Paediatric Emergency Medicine and heads the Paediatric Emergency Medicine Leicester Academic (PEMLA) group at the University of Leicester.

Academic interests

Scoring Systems, Decision Making, Educational Evaluation, Simulation, Knowledge Translation via Social Media

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