• Activity type – show
  • Duration – 60 minutes
  • Suitable for Year 10 – Year 13
  • Maximum group size if delivered in a school – 120
  • Maximum group size if delivered at Centre of the Cell (QMUL campus) – 70

Do you know what to do to save a life? Discover the science behind the lifesaving procedures that paramedics and doctors carry out when someone has had a serious physical injury. Find out why trauma is actually categorised as a disease, what happens if you are given the wrong blood type and how researchers are finding new ways to help people to recover better from traumatic injuries.

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GCSE curriculum links:

AQA GCSE Biology

AQA GCSE Combined Synergy

AQA GCSE Combined Trilogy

Edexcel Biology

Edexcel Combined Science

OCR Gateway Science Biology A

OCR Gateway Science Combined Science A

OCR Twenty First Century Science Biology B

OCR Twenty First Century Science Combined Science B

AS and A level curriculum links:

AQA Biology

OCR Biology A

OCR Biology B

Pearson Edexcel Biology A (Salters-Nuffield)

Pearson Edexcel Biology B

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