Events

 
Skip to search results
 
Calendar Icon
The application window for the Autumn 2019 EC ACP credentialing opportunity is open from 20 August 2019 to 23.59 on 17 September 2019. There will be no face-to-face meeting between assessors and applicants and there will be no detailed feedback before the credentialing day (12 November 2019). Applicants must be confident that they will have all appropriate evidence on ePortfolio before 23.59 on 17 September 2019 (anything uploaded after this date will not count) and that their named... Details
When: August 20 – September 17, 2019
Calendar Icon
This is our newest CPD course, brought to you thanks to popular demand. This one-day CORE (level 1) Emergency Ultrasound course addresses the knowledge and practical skills recommended by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine as necessary to achieve competency in the four CORE (level 1) clinical applications of Emergency Ultrasound. It also covers the mandatory components of ultrasound physics and good governance. The day includes lectures on the physics of ultrasound, practical... Details
When: October 24, 2019
Where: London
Calendar Icon
This study day aims to improve knowledge and understanding of a wide range of challenging scenarios commonly found in ED, including violence and aggression, recreational drug use, homelessness, frequent attenders and personality disorders.

When: November 5, 2019
Where: Bristol
Calendar Icon
Following successful events looking at Management and Leadership in EM, Quality in EM, and Workforce, the fourth edition of The Really Useful Guide to Leading and Managing your ED will focus on crowding, with subject experts covering key topics.

When: November 11, 2019
Where: London
Calendar Icon
An update on the latest developments in the management of major trauma patients in the Emergency Department.

The learning objectives are
- Share best practice in trauma care in the ED
- Share best practice in trauma networks

When: November 13, 2019
Where: London
Calendar Icon
This event will provide an update on the presentation and management of common acute poisoning to the Emergency Department. Topics will include general management of the poisoned patient, updates in paracetamol poisoning, ECG and management of toxic arrhythmias, toxic alcohol poisoning, cardiovascular drug toxicity (calcium channel blockers and beta blockers), recreational drugs, new pyschoactive substances and paediatric... Details
When: November 14, 2019
Where: Newcastle
Calendar Icon
Open to doctors, nurses and ACPs in medicine, surgery, anaesthetics, ICU and A&E.

The objectives are:
1. Increase awareness of mortality/morbidity secondary to insertion
2. Increase awareness of imaging and limitations of radiology
3. Provide experience of insertion
4. Discuss safety issues, learning requirements and number of procedures to be competent
5. Discuss what to do when things go... Details
When: November 14, 2019
Where: London
Calendar Icon
Surviving as an Emergency Medicine trainee is tough. Balancing work, life and family can seem an impossible task. So why do it?

How do we find joy in our work – and when we do, how do we keep hold of it?

At #EMTA19 we aim to answer those questions.  We’ll celebrate ‘the good stuff’, showcasing excellence and inspiring stories focusing on what makes EM great. We’ll also challenge ourselves to work out how all of us, as future leaders of this amazing specialty, can make ... Details
When: November 19–20, 2019
Where: Leicester
Calendar Icon
Join us for in Liverpool for an informative and enjoyable event relevant to senior doctors in Emergency Medicine. 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 19–22, 2019
Where: Liverpool
Calendar Icon
Join us in Edinburgh for a must-attend event aimed at the Scottish EM community. The day involves talks and discussion around key policy issues and topics that affect you. 
Programme coming soon.

When: November 19, 2019
Where: Edinburgh
Calendar Icon
Surviving as an Emergency Medicine trainee is tough. Balancing work, life and family can seem an impossible task. So why do it?

How do we find joy in our work – and when we do, how do we keep hold of it?

At #EMTA19 we aim to answer those questions.  We’ll celebrate ‘the good stuff’, showcasing excellence and inspiring stories focusing on what makes EM great. We’ll also challenge ourselves to work out how all of us, as future leaders of this amazing specialty, can make ... Details
When: November 19–20, 2019
Where: Leicester
Calendar Icon
This is a one day conference for medical students who are interested in emergency medicine. It will include lectures related to emergency medicine and workshops as well as talks by trainees and consultants who work in emergency medicine.

When: November 23, 2019
Where: Liverpool
Calendar Icon
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 9, 2020
Where: London
Calendar Icon
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 10, 2020
Where: London