Adam Lloyd

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Dr Adam Lloyd

Lecturer-Researcher

Biography

Adam is a Lecturer-Researcher at Edinburgh Napier University and an Honorary Research Fellow with the Emergency Medicine Research Group, Department of Emergency Medicine, NHS Lothian. Adam completed his Masters in Clinical Research and Ph.D at the University of Edinburgh where he focussed on emergency care. His thesis explored how emergency department teams deliver care during complex patient resuscitation episodes, with a particular focus on Nurses' leadership.
Adam's work focusses on pre-hospital and emergency care . He collaborates with the Emergency Medicine Research Group (http://www.emergeresearch.org/), the Resuscitation Research Group (http://www.rrg-edinburgh.com/) and the Scottish Ambulance Service.

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Video lessons from the 'resus' room

Presentation / Conference
Lloyd, A. (2018, November)
Video lessons from the 'resus' room. Presented at Emergency Medicine Research Group Edinburgh 10th Anniversary Conference

1000 hours of observing nurses: Towards a theory of nursing leadership during emergency department resuscitation

Presentation / Conference
Lloyd, A., Black, P., & Clegg, G. (2018, October)
1000 hours of observing nurses: Towards a theory of nursing leadership during emergency department resuscitation. Presented at 3rd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing and Trauma Care
No abstract available.

The Scottish Approach: A case study of the Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Strategy

Report
Lloyd, A. (2017)
The Scottish Approach: A case study of the Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Strategy. The Scottish Government
This report sets out the findings from a series of interviews with partner organisations involved in the design and delivery of Scotland’s first national Out-of-Hospital Cardi...

Leaders, leading or leadership?: A taxonomic need for emergency care

Journal Article
Lloyd, A., & Clegg, G. (2017)
Leaders, leading or leadership?: A taxonomic need for emergency care. International Emergency Nursing, 33, 59-60. doi:10.1016/j.ienj.2016.08.005
No abstract available.

Video recording in the emergency department: a pathway to success

Journal Article
Lloyd, A., Lowe, D. J., Edgar, S., Caesar, D., Dewar, A., & Clegg, G. R. (2017)
Video recording in the emergency department: a pathway to success. Emergency Medicine Journal, 34(9), 628-630. doi:10.1136/emermed-2017-206731
At the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh in Scotland, we video record all patients who are admitted into the ED resuscitation rooms as part of our continuous video audit system. Si...

How to implement live video recording in the clinical environment: A practical guide for clinical services

Journal Article
Lloyd, A., Dewar, A., Edgar, S., Caesar, D., Gowens, P., & Clegg, G. (2017)
How to implement live video recording in the clinical environment: A practical guide for clinical services. International Journal of Clinical Practice, 71(6), https://doi.org/10.1111/ijcp.12951
Background: The use of video in healthcare is becoming more common, particularly in simulation and educational settings. However, video recording live episodes of clinical car...

From the sim world to the real world: video recording emergency department trauma

Presentation / Conference
Lloyd, A. (2017, March)
From the sim world to the real world: video recording emergency department trauma. Presented at 18th International Trauma Care Conference, England
No abstract available.

Resuscitating leadership research

Journal Article
Lloyd, A., & Clegg, G. R. (2017)
Resuscitating leadership research. Resuscitation, 110, e1. doi:10.1016/j.resuscitation.2016.10.010
No abstract available.

Optimising clinical performance during resuscitation using video evaluation

Journal Article
Lowe, D. J., Dewar, A., Lloyd, A., Edgar, S., & Clegg, G. R. (2017)
Optimising clinical performance during resuscitation using video evaluation. Postgraduate Medical Journal, 93(1102), 449-453. https://doi.org/10.1136/postgradmedj-2016-134357
Video evaluation of resuscitation is becoming increasingly integrated into practice in a number of clinical settings. The purpose of this review article is to examine how vide...

From leader to leadership in emergency care

Journal Article
Lloyd, A., & Clegg, G. (2016)
From leader to leadership in emergency care. Nursing Times, 112(41-42), 10-12
Historically, leadership research has focused on the qualities of people in formal leadership positions, not the processes of leadership itself. However, leader-centric approa...