The Emergency Medicine Trainees' Association exists to represent trainees in Emergency medicine and to facilitate dialogue between RCEM and trainees. All RCEM members who are part of a training scheme for Emergency Medicine, at ST1 or above, are considered members of EMTA.
A letter confirming RCEM support for the use of Professional Leave for College Activities by EMTA Representatives can be found here together with this Government Statement.
EMTA Online 2020
2020: Vision, Equality and Training
A day to challenge your assumptions. EM Docs and Undercover Cops, Minority Health advocates and more - Broaden your horizons.
EMTA Online will take place on the 24th November from the comfort of your own home. With a programme of talks, panels and interactive workshops covering:
Resuscitation - Rural, Sport and Global Medicine – Research – POCUS - Climate Action - Health inequalities - Drug Policy - Well Being and More.
You will surely come away with fresh perspectives beyond the clinical confines of our usual everyday practice.
: view the summary
RCEM Member Trainees: £55 early bird rate (will increase to £65 from 00:00 on Wednesday 7 October 2020 BST)
Non Member Trainees: £85
RCEM Member Consultants or Associate Specialists: £85
Non Member Consultants or Associate Specialists: £115
Abstracts: Submit your abstract here
. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday 13 October at 23:59 BST. Submissions will not be accepted after this time. We will be in touch to let you know whether you have been successful from Wednesday 28 October. For more information, please download the mark scheme
Programme: view the programme
Registration: register now
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if you have any questions.