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Recommendations on informed consent for European Emergency Departments for Adults and Children

Informed consent to medical treatment is fundamental in both ethics and law. It is premised on the principle of self-determination as a fundamental human right and applies to every field of medicine. Informed consent is an important and challenging aspect of emergency medical care that ensures the protection of the right of patients to make informed decisions about proposed treatments and/or procedures. Even in emergency care situations, patients have the right to receive information about treatment options, so that they can make decisions about their care.

How to deal with this as an ED. Read it here.

2020 CONGRESS YEMD SECOND OPEN CALL FOR SPEAKERS

Dear friends and colleagues,

The deadline for Open Call for speakers has been postponed till 31 January. We would like you to submit your talks for the Yemd section of the 14th European Emergency Medicine Congress in Copenhagen! It's a fantastic opportunity to present your ideas and experience to a global emergency medicine audience. 

If you are interested don't hesitate just apply!

Educational lectures, research work, relevant clinical practice, educational activities on the following topics would be preferred:

  1. EMERGENCY MEDICINE EDUCATION AND TRAINING STRUCTURE
  2. TOXICOLOGY
  3. PAEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
  4. TERRORISM, MASS CASUALTY AND MAJOR INCIDENT
  5. TRAUMA MANAGEMENT
  6. CRITICAL CARE IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

Details are in the Download.

YEMD Fellowship Programme open for registration