DevelopingEM has, from the very first, had a focus on emergency medicine and critical care around the globe. And from the beginning we’ve been helped by Natalie Thurtle.
GDay DevelopingEMers One of the core principles of DevelopingEM which was demonstrated to great effect in Havana is our commitment to assisting our colleagues in the host country of our conference. As you know local delegates have their attendance sponsored by the attendance of international delegates. In Cuba your registrations supported the attendance of overContinue reading “Sponsorship Options to Assist with DevelopingEM 2014”
GDay DevelopingEMers. Once again DevelopingEM will have accreditation with two Australasian colleges, the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). We also have the support of the Australasian Society for Emergency Medicine (ASEM) and are endorsed by the International Federation for Emergency Medicine (IFEM). For ourContinue reading “Is DevelopingEM 2014 an accredited emergency medicine conference?”
Having been born in Brazil, raised in England and now practicing in Australia, Developing EM understandably caught my attention. After medical school and a few postgraduate years in the UK as a junior doctor, I moved to Australia and have started my Emergency Medicine (EM) training here, like an ever-growing cohort of British doctors.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE – Portuguese (Scroll down for English translation) Medicina de Urgência e Emergência no Brasil Sou médico formado em 2012 no Brasil, atualmente no 2o ano de residência de medicina interna. Trabalho com medicina de emergência (ME) há 2 anos. A ME é diferente daquela praticada em qualquer outro setor. Variáveis como tempo,Continue reading “Developing EM Resuscitationalists in Training Articles! Part 2- Pedro G. Lanzieri”
As we found out in Havana, Anthony is an amazing educator and for DevelopingEM 2014 Salvador he has assembled an amazing group of physicians including Marianne Gausche-Hill, Mary McCaskill, Billy Mallon, Sue Beno, Joe Lex, Camilo Gutierrez, Charise Kwan and Marcelo Preto-Zamperlini.
To cap the Trauma Program off there will be as close to a real life trauma resuscitation as there is possible to be using a novel simulation device, The Cut Suit. I don’t want to give too much away, but this may be the most convincing visual, auditory and olfactory simulation you have ever seen.
Recently Steffan has been bringing his expertise to the instruction of health care providers to prevent injury in difficult and personally dangerous work environments. In a practical accompaniment to Jo’s lectures, Steffan will be demonstrating some simple techniques of self protection and tailoring these techniques to the hospital environment.