- Eric Dryver (Sweden)
- Gregor Prosen (Slovenia)
- Eric Dryver
- Gregor Prosen
The course is designed for 24 participants (residents, specialists and educators in Emergency Medicine).
Course description & learning objectives
This course focuses on competence development through scenario-based training. The competences in focus are:
1-The initial management of critical patients in all age groups (Core Curriculum 2.1)
2-Differential diagnosis and decision-making (Core Curriculum 2.2 + 2.5)
3-Systematic EKG interpretation (Core Curriculum 2.4.4)
4-Systematic acid-base interpretation (Core Curriculum 2.2.6)
5-Interpretation of the neurological examination and initial management of selected neurological conditions
(Core Curriculum 2.2.5)
Participants receive a checklist compendium that helps guide the initial management of critical syndromes (e.g. anaphylaxis, hemorrhagic shock, hyponatremic encephalopathy) and information-acquisition from patients with common symptoms (e.g. shortness of breath, vertigo).
Participants receive a course manual prior to the course and a checklist compendium onsite
The course prioritizes scenario-based training and includes over 40 scenarios that course participants take turns managing. Structured feedback is provided after demonstrations and a group-discussion period.
Thanks to the scenario-based format, the course provides an opportunity to train for the EBEEM Part B.
Coffee breaks will be served from 10:30 to 11:00 and from 15:30 to 16:00.
Saturday September 19
Station 1: Differential Diagnosis
Station 2: Acid-Base
Introduction to Resuscitation
Station 3: Resuscitation 1
Station 4: EKG
Question & Answer
Sunday September 20
Introduction to A-CPR & Neurodeficit
Station 5; Resuscitation 2
Station 6: Neurodeficit
Course evaluation / diploma's