EUSEM General Assembly

The  General Assembly of EUSEM took place at the EUSEM 2019 Congress in Prague on Tuesday 15 October 2019  from 12:40 to 14:10.

The minutes are available for EUSEM members. Please find them here

 

EU Directive update

On 16 January 2019 a European Commission Delegated Decision (EU) 2019/608 has amended Annex V to Directive 2005/36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards the evidence of formal qualifications and titles of training courses.

 

So far 16 European countries have recognised Emergency medicine as s specialty requiring a minimum training period of 5 years.

 

You can find here the text of the Decision.

 

 

 

 

Congress 2019 material on the EUSEM Academy

EUSEM Academy contains a lot of new contents from the Congres 2019. All EUSEM members and Congress Participants will have free access. EUSEM members can already login with their credentials. The participants that are not a EUSEM member will receive their login details within the next weeks. But you can already check out the free accesible content.

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The digital transformation of emergency departments

This is a very HOT TOPIC that is reflected in the research projects that are currenly running in collaboration with EUSEM.

During the congress two sessions are committed to this topic, together with other breaking research, C41 + C42 on Wednesday 16 October in South Hall 3AB. 

The programme is as follows:

08:40 - 10:10
OPEN RESEARCH MEETING
The digital transformation of Emergency Departments
Moderators: Carlos ROSAS, Nagi SOUAIBY (LEBANON)
EUSEM working together with the European Federation of Medical Informatics. Goksu BOZDERELI BERIKOL (TURKEY)
Pan European Database project. Kelly JANSSENS (IRELAND)

10:40 - 12:10
OPEN RESEARCH MEETING
Moderator: David SCHWARTZ (ISRAEL)
Guidelines for the management of acute pain in emergency situations. Said Hachimi Idrissi
Physicians' attitudes towards smartphone-based Emergency Response Communities. Abdelouahab BELLOU (USA)
Research Committee Meets with Researchers. Mehmet Akif KARAMERCAN (TURKEY)

Come and join us so we can hear your opinion and your experience with digitizing your department and provide you with some breaking news.

Belgium, Antwerp - University Hospital (Paediatric)

The fellow will work in our Emergency Department (ED) as Emergency Physician Registrar, with special focus on Paediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM).

Name of the hosting institute

Antwerp University Hospital 

Antwerp, Belgium

Type of fellowship

Clinical 

Language

English. Dutch/French: preferred.  

Duration of fellowship

Long term  – 3 to 6 months 

Job description

Fellowship for 3 up to 6 months (3 months is possible, 6 months is recommended). The fellow will work in our Emergency Department (ED) as Emergency Physician Registrar, with special focus on Paediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM). The fellowship will provide opportunities for clinical care, teaching and research – although research seems more achievable for a fellowship of 6 months than for a fellowship of 3 months. With the volume of patients increasing every year, we expect approx. 40.000 patients of which approx. 7500 children in 2019. We are a referral site for tertiary paediatrics within the region. Our ED is a level I Trauma Center and has an integrated Division of Transport Medicine for PICU patients. Our physicians also provide pre-hospital care in the field, together with a nurse. The members of the faculty focus on  emergency ultrasound, major trauma, CPR, sepsis and simulation teaching. We are currently exploring possibility for a HEMS (Helicopter Emergency Medical Service). As a fellow you will be able to develop skills within these fields as well, although all with a focus on the pediatric patient.  

Application intake

Rolling

Educational opportunities

  • Learn the clinical nuances of Paediatric Emergency Medicine 
  • Learn skills necessary in Paediatric Emergency Medicine 
  • Being able to triage and prioritise, also in times of overflow 
  • Learn to excel in the care of an acutely ill or injured infant, child or adolescent 
  • Provide teaching to other Emergency Physician Registrars and junior trainees 
  • Learn about tertiary Paediatric Emergency Care 
  • Enroll in simulation sessions 
  • Participate in academic rounds (cases, journal clubs, simulation) 
  • Become up-to-date in Paediatric Emergency Medicine literature 
  • Participate in prehospital care for children and transport of PICU patients 

Research projects currently active

  • Specific parameters for abusive head trauma in children.  
  • Screening for child abuse in Emergency Departments 
  • Use of Virtual Reality in children who undergo painful procedures 

Year of training of the applicants

Minimal 3th year

Specific requirements

Some basic knowledge of Dutch language, since all patients speak Dutch. A part of the patients will be able to speak English and/or French. On the floor we can provide handovers and teaching in English. APLS (Advanced Paediatric Life Support)/EPALS (European Paediatric Advanced Life Support) certification is recommended.  

Level of insurance provided

Professional liability insurance provided by the hospital