The following organisations have been crucial to the development of a successful conference system that remains unique internationally.
Alfred Health is known for offering the best emergency and acute care in Australia. Alfred Health has two emergency departments treating paediatric and adult patients.
The Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre (E&TC) is a purpose-built modern facility consisting of a level one adult trauma centre, resuscitation and trauma bays, fully monitored general cubicles, rapid assessment cubicles, fast-track cubicles and a co-located emergency short-stay unit. The Alfred E&TC is the busiest trauma centre in Australasia. The Centre is recognised as a pacesetter in the international emergency care arena and has consistently been linked to progressive developments in health care and services, medical research and healthcare teaching. It has also been a leader in implementing new models of care to ensure greatest accessibility for patients and efficiency of service delivery. The Alfred E&TC has the highest level of academic output of any emergency department in Australasia.
Sandringham Emergency Department provides emergency care for adult and paediatric patients in metropolitan Melbourne. The Department has five main clinical areas with resuscitation bays, an acute area, fast-track and consulting rooms, a short stay unit and a co-located urgent care clinic staffed by Genera Practitioners (medical) and Advanced Nurse Practitioners to streamline the management low risk patients who present to the emergency department.
Monash University has an outstanding global reputation and is ranked in the top 1% of the World’s Universities. Monash has a substantial emergency medicine academic program and a commitment to improve education, innovation, leadership, and research in health care. Monash has an existing training program which will be adapted for the Advanced Fellowship in Emergency Medicine for India. As a highly regulated academic institution, Monash will ensure the highest academic standards are maintained.
The Australasian College for Emergency Medicine established the ACEM Foundation in 2012. The Foundation contributes philanthropically towards three pillars; Emergency Medicine, Research and International Emergency Medicine by building the capacity of emergency medicine programs in developing countries and supporting Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori doctors undertaking emergency medicine training.
Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District (ISLHD) in New South Wales (NSW), Australia employs two of the co-directors of DevelopingEM- Lee Fineberg and Mark Newcombe. Both are senior staff specialists in Emergency Medicine and have worked in the region since 1998.
ISLHD services nearly 400,000 residents in an area stretching 250 Km along the coast of NSW south from the outskirts of Sydney. Eight health facilities provide excellent health care for a diverse urban and rural population.
The most recent accreditation of emergency medicine services in the ISLHD region recognised the work of DevelopingEM since 2011 in providing a forum for critical care education and collaboration with colleagues from around the globe.
This recognition has led to formalised support by ISLHD for DevelopingEM.
With this support we hope to collaborate with ISLHD and the University of Wollongong to expand the reach of DevelopingEM.
The Pacific Community (SPC) is the principal scientific and technical organisation in the Pacific region, proudly supporting development since 1947. They are an international development organisation owned and governed by our 26 country and territory members. Much of their focus is on major cross-cutting issues, such as climate change, disaster risk management, food security, gender equality, human rights, non-communicable diseases and youth employment. Using a multi-sector approach in responding to our members’ development priorities, we draw upon skills and capabilities from around the region and internationally, and support the empowerment of Pacific communities and sharing of expertise and skills between countries and territories. Without their assistance prior to and during DevelopingEM 2018 the breadth of regional delegate support would not have been possible.
iSimulate uses the best of current mobile technology to create products that are more advanced, simpler to use and more cost effective than traditional simulation solutions. iSimulate has supported DevelopingEM from the outset and each year we work together to provide devices to promote simulation training to regional centres.
Core Ultrasound (previously Ultrasound Podcast) have provided quality POCUS workshops for DevelopingEM since 2013.
The African Federation for Emergency Medicine is an international association composed of African national emergency medicine organisations. DevelopingEM has maintained a close relationship with AFEM and hope to collaborate with them on future ventures.
Stony Brook University Hospital is a major tertiary care centre located in eastern Long Island, New York , USA. Emergency medicine at Stony Brook is a strong and vibrant specialty with an academic department in Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University and strong commitment to the emergency medicine residency. The academic Department of Emergency Medicine in the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University provides a home for dedicated faculty and residents to learn, teach, and pursue basic science, clinical, and health policy research.
While access to expert emergency medicine has developed rapidly across high resource nations, in many lower resource communities it is still in its infancy. The knowledge and tools needed to save lives exist, but are not making their way to the places that desperately need them. EM:RAP GO plans to change that. Their mission is to bring emergency medical education to the world. They invest in the future of emergency medicine by supporting organizations, like DevelopingEM, and individuals who are committed to growing the specialty.
Emergency Physicians International was launched as a print magazine in 2010 to cover the expanding world for global emergency care. Since then, they have printed 21 print editions in 15 countries, partnering with national, regional and international global health events. EPI understands how important it is to create space for those over-coffee conversations at conferences, for your trials and joys in daily practice, and for the hope that comes with considering the future of this field. On their website, you’ll find the field reports and deep dives that they’ve featured in the magazine, as well as a crop of new content. DevelopingEM remains very grateful for the ongoing support of EPI and highly recommend the magazine and website
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