EUSEMCast is the podcast for Emergency Medicine professionals.
Each episode will cover topics that are absolutely essential for advancing your career in Emergency Medicine. For example, you will gain new insights about EUSEM, leadership and teaching in EM, also on how to prepare for the European Board Exam in Emergency Medicine (EBEEM) - and other topics within this dynamic field.
New episodes are published on the 1st day of every month
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In this informative episode, Dr. Anna Spiteri and Dr. Ashraf Butt eloquently delve into the comprehensive process of the European Board Exam in Emergency Medicine (EBEEM) and explain the crucial role played by the EMERGE working group. EBEEM is a two-part examination designed to confirm the candidate’s suitability for independent practice as an emergency physician within any country in the European Union. The European Board Examination in Emergency Medicine (EBEEM) was developed and implemented by EMERGE (Emergency Medicine Examination Reference Group in Europe). EMERGE is a joint-committee of EUSEM and the UEMS Section of Emergency Medicine.
ERRATUM: Please note that after recording this episode, the Part A exam format was updated. This change will be introduced in the September 2024 examination and not in early 2024, as mentioned in this podcast.
Episode 2- Emergency Core Competency Course (EMCC)
In this second episode of EUSEMcast, Dr. Eric Dryver and Christoph talk about the Emergency Medicine Core Competencies course. This course is regularly held as a pre-course at the EUSEM congress. It is not only an intense scenario-based 3-day boot camp training focused on Emergency Medicine skills. It could also help spread low cost local scenario-based training for emergency medicine residents all over Europe. More information can be found at www.emcc.nu
Episode 1- Leadership in the Emergency Medicine Department
This inaugural episode focuses on discussing
"Leadership in the Emergency Medicine Department"
and why acquiring leadership skills is essential if you want to play a more active role in safeguarding the well-being of your Emergency Medicine department. Presented by Dr. Christoph Hüser.
Our first guest and field expert was Dr. Taj Hassan a consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. He was the Vice-President and President of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and has worked as an associate medical director.