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Juliet Leigh Alletson

BMJ 2015; 350 doi: (Published 23 February 2015) Cite this as: BMJ 2015;350:h1015
  1. Gerry Alletson, Kerrin Alletson, Joan Clancy

Juliet Leigh Alletson loved providing direct patient care while supporting and teaching juniors on the job. She organised the department teaching programme at Scarborough and ensured that specialty doctors were ready for revalidation. She was an instructor on ATLS and ALS courses and had recently become a college examiner. She was pivotal in enhancing the care of patients with sepsis, being part of a trust team that redesigned the local pathway. Juliet’s higher training took place in the north east of England, after she had gained exposure to UK emergency medicine in Dartford and Devon and Exeter hospitals beforehand. She had featured in …

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