Focusing on the management of patients presenting to the Emergency Department
This well-known course is organised by Infomed Research and Training, on Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 January 2018, at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, 7-9 Bream’s Buildings, London EC4A 1DT
Early bird rates
(if booking and paying on or before Mon 18 Sep 2017)
Consultants and SASGs: £495 (inc VAT) for the two days;
Doctors in Training: £445 (inc VAT) for the two days
(if booking and paying after Mon 18 Sep 2017)
Consultants and SASGs: £535 (inc VAT) for the two days;
Doctors in Training: £485 (inc VAT) for the two days
10 CPD Points – Certificates of Attendance will be given
Full course programme2018_01_first_critical_hours_web
About the course:
- 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.
Aimed at Consultants, Registrars and Middle Grades in Emergency Medicine and Acute Medicine and Specialist Physicians with an Acute Medical ‘take’.
- Prof Tim Harris, Professor of Emergency Medicine, Whipps Cross University Hospital
- Prof Colin Robertson, Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Edinburgh
What previous delegates have said:
- Well organised, excellent thought-provoking lectures.
- Quality speakers, excellent and informative talks.
- Friendly atmosphere and speakers leading to a comfortable learning environment.
- Topics well chosen – all relevant to day to day EM practice.
- Great lectures, great venue, length of day just right.
- Definitely worth coming – practical approach, clinical focus on difficult aspects.
- I gathered quite a few practice-changing learning points – happy.
- Good relevant topics, very interactive – evidence based medicine.
- Excellent day, all topics relevant and focused.
- Organisation and timings excellent.
Faculty of Experts includes also
- Dr Devesh Sharma, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
- Dr Bill Coode, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Barts Health NHS Trust, London
- Dr Tom Fardon, Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee
- Dr Matthew Ginks, Consultant Cardiologist, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
- Dr Johann Grundlingh, Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care, Barts Health NHS Trust, London
- Dr James Napier, Consultant in Emergency and Intensive Care, Newham University Hospital, London
- Mr Jay Banerjee, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
- Dr Dulka Manawadu, Stroke and General Medical Consultant, King’s College Hospital, London
- Dr Siamak Bakhtiari, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Northwick Park Hospital
- Dr Anna Morgan, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Barts Health NHS Trust
- Dr Adam Nabeebaccus, NIHR Clinical Lecturer and ST in Heart Failure, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Mr Jerard Ross, Medio-legal Adviser, MDU Services Limited