Focusing on the clinical management of patients presenting to the Emergency Department A revised programme building on feedback from faculty and delegates at previous Updates
organised by Infomed Research and Training on Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 January 2019
, at the Park Plaza County Hall Hotel, 1 Addington Street, London SE1 7RY
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Professor Colin Robertson
NHS: £495 (inc. VAT)
Aimed at Consultants, Registrars and Middle Grades in Emergency Medicine and Acute Medicine and Specialist Physicians with an Acute Medical ‘take’.
Full course programme
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- Practical focus on the more difficult aspects of Emergency, Acute and General Medicine
in the first critical hours.
- A revised programme covering a range of relevant clinical topics selected on the basis of past delegates’ feedback and a survey of dozens of emergency/acute medicine practitioners/experts.
- A new course format: every delegate attends every session, but the audience is divided into two groups, enabling greater discussion and interaction.
- A Faculty of experienced specialists in their fields, from different hospitals in the UK, who can pass their expert knowledge to front-line clinicians.
- Short interactive lectures followed by 30 minutes of case scenarios, discussion and Q&A.
- Contributes to developing effective team management for doctors from a variety of backgrounds who are actively delivering emergency and acute care.
- State of the Art lectures on Sedation and Sepsis.
What previous attendees have said
- Very broad recap/update and very relevant to my practice. Relevant topics covering common pitfalls and good take home messages.
- Very useful, easy to follow and well-structured lectures.
- A course with interactive and passionate and engaging speakers.
- Format – lecture and good clinical case scenarios, really good.
- Excellent coverage, topics all relevant to ED/Acute medicine.
- Separation into two groups encouraged interaction and enabled better engagement with presenter.
- Very good interactive case discussions and good time keeping.
- Definitely worth coming – practical discussions, clinical focus on difficult aspects.
- This course will improve my confidence in dealing with acute problems at the ED.
- Confirmed my current practice and provided me with updates to specific areas.
- I will take this and reinforce departmental teaching.
- Good quality presentations and good to have them on-line.
- Most speakers were excellent, entertaining, inspiring with a good ability to answer.
- Great update for me and better equipped to help juniors.
- Organisation and timings excellent.
- Well organised, excellent thought-provoking lectures.
- Friendly atmosphere and speakers leading to a comfortable learning environment.
- Topics well chosen – all relevant to day to day EM practice – evidence based medicine.
- I gathered quite a few practice-changing learning points – happy.
Learning outcomes By the end of the course, the attendee will have:
- a comprehensive understanding of current evidence-based best practice and emerging issues in a range of clinical areas highly relevant to the day-to-day practice of emergency and acute physicians;
- greater confidence in his/her clinical practice; and
- identified skills and knowledge gaps, if any, relevant to his/her practice, and clear ways by which these can be addressed