Emergency Medicine ECHO - Series 2
Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes
Enrol for the Emergency Medicine ECHO
ECHO aims to create a community of practice for shared learning and professional support.
This is Series Two of the Emergency Medicine ECHO Program. To access the resources from Series 1 please click here
Online meetings provide an opportunity for participants to learn best-practice emergency medicine care from our panel of experts and contribute to debriefing case discussions
Individuals and teams are invited to submit cases for clinical debriefing to promote learning and reflection, and identify opportunities for improvements in workflows and processes to improve subsequent patient experiences and minimise the risk of future adverse outcomes.
All healthcare professionals working in emergency care settings from across South Australia are welcome to join this FREE program.
Submit your cases
We welcome all cases, whether they involve common clinical scenarios related to diagnosis and care, or those that involve complex or challenging presentations and patient management scenarios.
Individuals and teams are invited to submit cases for discussion to promote learning and reflection, and improve patient care and outcomes.
Please note that ECHO meetings are not secondary consultations and do not replace specialist referral, where needed.submit a case
Meet the Emergency Medicine ECHO expert panel
- Dr Alison Lydeamore, GP & Director of Clinical Training EFNLHN
- Assoc Prof Robert Dunn, Emergency Medicine Consultant & Director of Clinical and Academic Emergency Medicine, RAH
- Neralie Wearn, Retrieval Nurse, MedSTAR
- David Tingey, Critical Care Retrieval Paramedic, MedSTAR
Plus a host of guest panellists joining the program!
GP participants will receive 1 CPD hour under the Reviewing Performance category with RACGP/ACRRM for each meeting attended.
GPs presenting a case for discussion, will receive 1 CPD hour under the Measuring Outcomes category (to be self-claimed).
The Statement of Attendance and CPD hours will be provided at the end of the ECHO series.
At the end of the Emergency Medicine ECHO series, participants will be able to:
- Prioritise the immediate assessment priorities for the patient presenting to ED with different signs or symptoms.
- Summarise the management of the patient presenting to ED with different signs or symptoms.
- Describe the team roles in the emergency management of the patient presenting to ED.
Learn more about how ECHO sessions work here.
Find other ECHO networks here.
For questions and enquiries, please contact the ECHO Coordinator at ECHO@sapmea.asn.au.
This program was funded under the SAPMEA EMET Program. SAPMEA has received Commonwealth Department of Health funding and ACEM support for participation in the EMET program under the Specialist Training Program.