This Workshop will be held in Ceduna SA - Venue to be confirmed

The program is funded jointly by the NAHLN and SAPMEA EMET Programs
There is no cost to attend the evening and dinner will be included.
The workshops are open to all Medical officers, General Practitioners, Nurses and Paramedics working in Emergency Care settings

Registration is required

Each workshop is RACGP/ACRRM accredited and participants receive an attendance certificate

Topic : Emergency Skills Workshop

In this workshop we will examine the patient presenting with a variety of different emergency scenarios and consider immediate management priorities, differential diagnosis, role of investigations, treatment and disposition. We will use simulation equipment to develop skills in managing emergency patients presenting at rural Emergency Departments such as i-sim cardiac simulations, chest drain simulations, emergency airway procedures and wound management.

The aim of this education is to help all Emergency Medicine disciplines to gain a greater understanding of emergency skills in Rural areas.


Course Learning Outcomes


1. Identify and assess presentations requiring emergency intervention in Rural Emergency settingsĀ·

2. Use medical simulation equipment to develop new skills relating to emergency patient care

3. Identify the correct equipment used in Emergency skills relating to Respiratory and Cardiac distress.

4. Determine the correct treatment for patients with cardiac distress when it is required




    EMET Skills

    Event details

    Tuesday, September 6
    9am - 5:00pm

    Location
    Ceduna Hospital - Venue to be confirmed

    Presented By
    Dr T Nehvi and a multidisciplinary team

    For CPD information please go to: https://sapmea.asn.au/emet

    Register Online

    or Email: cme@sapmea.asn.au

    Your registration will be acknowledged via email within 2 working days. Please check your junk email folder if not received within this time.

    A Tax Invoice will be provided, if requested for GST purposes.

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