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THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. The third event in our Really Useful Guide series will focus on how to design and develop your workforce to meet the demands of the present and future.  Topics will include: - an overview of workforce issues nationally - Clinical Fellow and CESR programs - ANPs and alternative workforce options - sustainability - job planning - how to keep teams cohesive and happy as they... Details
When: October 16, 2018
Where: London
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This event will focus on enabling clinicians to better understand the cultural and operational changes required to better understand the patient's perspective. The learning objectives are: 1. To understand the importance of listening to the patient 2. To understand how listening improves the patient's and your satisfaction 3. To learn how to obtain patient... Details
When: November 1, 2018
Where: London
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THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED. This event will provide an update on the presentation and management of common acute poisoning to the Emergency Department. Topics will include: -management of the poisoned patient - paracetamol poisoning - ECG and management of toxic arrhythmias - alcohol poisoning - cardiovascular drug toxicity - recreational and psychoactive drugs - paediatric cases - psychiatry... Details
When: November 8, 2018
Where: Newcastle
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Join us for an informative and enjoyable event relevant to senior doctors in Emergency Medicine. Social events include an Indian dinner and casino evening. Early booking is recommended for guaranteed accomodation. As agreed with the FASSGEM Committee, we are unable to offer any packages or price options outside of those stated below.

When: November 13–16, 2018
Where: Derby
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THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED. Although paediatric trauma is less common than adult trauma, reflections from TARN and the paediatric TARNLET demonstrates that significant numbers of severely injured children are seen in Trauma Units rather than Major Trauma Centres. Clinicians in the Trauma Unit are faced with additional challenges in managing severely injured children: due to differences in their anatomy, children present with different injury patterns to adults, compounded by... Details
When: November 15, 2018
Where: London
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The EC ACP Supervisor Training Day will provide an opportunity to learn more about the Emergency Care Advanced Clinical Practitioner Curriculum, understand how best to support trainee Emergency Care ACPs in your department - including those in difficulty; review sign off mechanisms; and discuss evidence requirements and the credentialing process. For Terms & Conditions please look at the college website... Details
When: November 15, 2018
Where: London
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EDs are being expanded across the NHS due to a continue rise in patient volumes and acuities. This event will show delegates how to: - identify ED design concepts that boost capacity, shape safer environments, support sound clinical care, and elevate satisfaction - assess various ED workflow patterns and how the physical environment can be shaped to support operations - state the benefits of an efficient, safe... Details
When: November 20, 2018
Where: London
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National Policy Forum: The RCEM Scottish Policy forum is all about making healthcare happen. This year, the conference will focus on the interface between the ED and General Practice and how the two can work together effectively. Join for talks on silo cultures in the NHS, reducing admissions to the ED and holistic healthcare. We are also delighted to have the new BMA chair in Scotland, Dr Lewis Morrison confirm to discuss how the BMA can help with integration between primary and... Details
When: November 20, 2018
Where: Edinburgh
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Workshop for Deanery QIP Leads

When: November 23, 2018
Where: London
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We are delighted to announce that registration for the EMTA2018 conference is now open! Join us to discuss the challenges that trainees face and to celebrate this specialty. The conference will feature world class speakers and it will leave you feeling engaged and excited about the future of the specialty.

When: November 27–28, 2018
Where: Cardiff
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This event is aimed at current applicants, participants or current (or future) consultants supervising a participant of the Medical Training Initiative. All participating in the scheme are highly advised to attend.

Topics will include:
An introduction to the GMC, standards, guidance and “Welcome to UK Practice”
What are the challenges for international doctors – with Health Education England
My time in the UK – a MTI participant’s reflection on their placement... Details
When: December 12, 2018
Where: London
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The aim of this study day is to bring trainees with a research interest together to improve research training within emergency medicine, enable networking and facilitate mentorship and collaboration.

The learning objectives are to:
1. Provide a networking opportunity, particularly between EM academics and EM trainees with a research interest
2. Provide attendees with a better understanding of the research process, with a particular EM and UK focus
3. Provide an... Details
When: January 17, 2019
Where: Clifton, Bristol
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The Clinical Studies Group is a broad-focused group of emergency medicine clinicians and researchers from across the country. The aim of the event is to facilitate networking, horizon scanning, identification of knowledge gaps, initiate collaborative projects, develop responses to new research evidence and funding calls, and influence policy.

The learning objectives are to:
1. Improve knowledge of research funding
2. Promote research activity
3. Formulate and... Details
When: January 18, 2019
Where: Clifton, Bristol
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Closes 01st November 2018 at 17:00 GMT

When: January 28–30, 2019
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When: March 4–15, 2019