Support the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.

DevelopingEM is pleased to partner with the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. The Indigenous Literacy Foundation is a national charity working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander remote Communities across Australia. They are Community-led, responding to requests from remote Communities for culturally relevant books, including early learning board books, resources, and programs to support Communities to createContinue reading “Support the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.”

Get Connected at #DevEM2022

DevelopingEM conference a great way to connect with like-minded clinicians from around the globe. We have some great social events this year but even on our other days and nights people will be getting together. The best way to stay connected is by joining our Whatsapp group. Once again Joachim Unger from Berlin is takingContinue reading “Get Connected at #DevEM2022”

Ongoing DevelopingEM Assistance

In between conferences DevelopingEM continues to support international colleagues. And by DevelopingEM we mean you, our family, our delegates, because it is your registration charges that go towards everything that your organisation does. After #DevEM2020 we were able to facilitate the purchase and delivery of an iSimulate device to Laura Galvis in Cali, Colombia. AsContinue reading “Ongoing DevelopingEM Assistance”

DevelopingEM is honoured to partner with the Global Emergency Care Conference.

On the DevelopingEM 2022 workshop days Alfred Emergency Education also brings you the Global Emergency Care Conference. Come for GECC and stay for #DevEM2022!! This year Alfred Emergency Education brings you their first interstate, and first hybrid conference. They will be welcoming in-person speakers and delegates to the fascinating, tropical city of Darwin, and providingContinue reading “DevelopingEM is honoured to partner with the Global Emergency Care Conference.”

Get Prepped for #DevEM2022

Hi DevelopingEMers We know you’re coming to the best international EM conference of the year but are you fully prepped??? Here’s the essential steps: Register online Make sure your travel documents are all sorted Buy your travel insurance Complete your travel arrangements Join the Whatsapp Social Group Memorise the Hashtag and get Tweeting Count downContinue reading “Get Prepped for #DevEM2022”

Visiting Darwin for DevelopingEM 2022

Darwin is the gateway to the Top End of Australia which is one of the most fascinating travel destinations in the world. DevelopingEM is working closely with Tourism Top End to help our delegates enjoy their time at the conference and to maximise pre and post conference opportunities to see and experience all the NorthernContinue reading “Visiting Darwin for DevelopingEM 2022”

Paediatric Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

April Kam and her team from Canada return to DevelopingEM to discuss paediatric emergency care during the plenary sessions for #DevEM2022. This year they are partnered with an amazing team from Royal Darwin led by Sarah Watson. April is an Associate Professor in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at McMaster Children’s Hospital, McMaster University. She has ledContinue reading “Paediatric Emergency Medicine and Critical Care”

Shoalhaven Cultural Team

This year our thematic afternoon tracks are devoted to discussions related to the challenges and opportunities of the provision of healthcare for First Nations peoples. Each of the three afternoon tracks is managed by a First Nations Cultural team supported by a logistics team. An enthusiastic First Nations cultural team from Yuin Country, our homeContinue reading “Shoalhaven Cultural Team”

First Nations Healthcare

The challenges and opportunities of the delivery of healthcare for First Nations peoples will be the subject of our thematic sessions at #DevEM2022. Join us in Darwin for DevelopingEM 2022  REGISTER TO ATTEND Focussing on First Nations Healthcare DevelopingEM’s program has been established as 50% clinically focussed practical education and 50% thematic, where presenters relayContinue reading “First Nations Healthcare”