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.
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RCEM Member Trainees: £65
Non Member Trainees: £85
RCEM Member Consultants or Associate Specialists: £85
Non Member Consultants or Associate Specialists: £115
Abstract submission has now closed. We will be in touch to let you know whether you have been successful from Wednesday 28 October.
Programme: view the programme
Online registration is now closed. If you wish to register, please call 020 7067 1273 before 17:30 on Monday 23 November.
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