Our welcome reception on Monday 8th of September will be held in the gorgeous Pestano Convento do Carmo. This 16th century carmelite convent is a beautiful venue in the heart of the Historic Centre of Salvador (The Pelourinho) which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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”
One of our standards with DevelopingEM has been a focus on Adult Emergency Medicine and Critical Care. Over the last two years we’ve had some amazing presentations by some incredible presenters. Following some positive feedback from our delegates we’ve quarantined two sessions for this topic. Our session lead Brian Wright has collected together a groupContinue reading “DevelopingEM 2014 Adult EM and Critical Care program”
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?”
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.
Andrew’s presentation on the management of intracranial catastrophes outlines some of the controversies and potential solutions for emergency physicians for a disease process that is frequently a frustrating dynamic. Andrew has helped DevelopingEM from the start and whilst he won’t make it to Salvador he will be supporting us from back home in Oz.
Sanj is an emergency and retrieval medicine physician from Sydney. He has an interest in education and has taught around the globe. During DevelopingEM 2013 he gave this presentation, organised a fantastic CT interpretation workshop and assisted with the Ultrasound Workshop. This year he is chairing our Trauma Program which is shaping up to be a standout component of the program in Salvador.
Continuing with our presentations from Havana the next in our series from the Adult EM and Critical Care session is from Jorge Otero on Critical Care Ultrasound for the New Era. Jorge is a fluent Spanish speaker and it was great to have him on board in Havana where his presentations in Espanol were a welcome relief from the Aussie drawl for our Cuban companeros.