Welcome

EUSEM Prague 2019 gefreubel

THANK YOU

Dear ColleLuis G Castrilloagues, Prague congress has become part of the EUSEM legacy and in our memory is going to be considered one of our most successful congresses. But this is not the time to enumerate all the relevant achievements of this meeting, and make comparisons; this is the time to sincerely thank those who made this possible.

The team of the scientific (SCOC), social and general program (ECOC) has a crucial impact on the final results of the congress, and their composition is transparent; but now I would like to recognize a more hidden activity that also contributes substantially to the final result.

During the Prague congress, we have had a wide group of volunteers, organized and properly led, mostly Czech medical students who not only provided support for this educational activity, in the future, they are also going to be the best emergency medicine ambassadors.

The national society has put all their resources on the success of the event; we have to mention Dr. Roman Gřegoř, MBA – President of Czech Society for Emergency and Disaster Medicine for his several duties during the congress.

We have had the opportunity to be closer to our daily work thanks to a great photo exhibition: " To the ED". The author Prof. Mgr. Jindřich Štreit, supported by the Department of Olomouc University Hospital, has complemented the scientific perspective of emergency medicine with a more human perspective, and we have to thank them.

The Prague Convention Bureau and the PCO have made our life more pleasant during those days; we are thankful for their commitment. Many others are missing on this list who for sure have had a relevant contribution; my gratitude for your support.

I will like to express one final request to this group of visionaries who made this event possible; it is not rational to lose your experience, and resorting to your generous support, transmit your experience to the new organizers, doing so, the future of EUSEM meetings is going to be more than promising.

Congress Scientific Committee is looking for a new Co-Chair

Would you like to be part of the Congress organizing team and help building up the program? The Congress Scientific Committee (SCOC) is looking for a new Co-Chair!

You can find detailed job description here.

If you are interested submit a one-page statement with your vision for development of the Annual Congress during the next 3 years together with your CV. Send these to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 15 September 2019.

The successful candidate will be expected to be present at the next EUSEM Congress being held in Prague on 13-16 October, 2019.

Programme overview

 

Sunday 13 October
Time Room A: Congress Hall Room B: Forum Hall Room C: South Hall 3AB Room D: South Hall 3C Room E: Chamber Hall Room F: Terrace 2B Club A National Track
             

NATIONAL TRACK - PREHOSPITAL CARE - ALONE IN THE FIELD

Přednemocniční péče - sám vojákem v poli

             

NATIONAL TRACK - WELCOME AT ED!

Vítejte na urgentním příjmu!

13:00
13:00-14:30
A11
 

TOXICOLOGY

 

13:00-14:30
B11
 

RESEARCH TRAIL BLAZERS

13:00-14:30
C11
 

SAVING SESSION

13:00-14:30
D11
 

YEMD - OTHER COUNTRIES - OTHER IDEAS

Important lessons from all over the world

13:00-14:30
E11
 

 

13:00-14:30
F11
 

ABSTRACTS SESSION

 13:00-14:30
G11

NATIONAL TRACK - RARE SITUATIONS - REALLY UNCOMMON?

Mimořádné situace - opravdu mimořádné?
14:30 - 15:00 POSTER HIGHLIGHT SESSIONS - VISIT OF THE EXHIBITION - COFFEE
15:00
15:00-16:30
A12
 

EMERGENCY ULTRASOUND

15:00-16:30
B12
 

SEX AND THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

How the Emergency Physician Can be Involved

15:00-16:30
C12
 

FAKE NEWS, FAKE SCIENCE, FAKE QUALITY - TRUE LEADERSHIP

Leadership and quality in Emergency Medicine

15:00-16:30
D12
 

YEMD - DOING THE BASICS RIGHT

Everything starts with the basics - here you will learn stuff to change your daily practice.

15:00-16:30
E12
 

 

15:00-16:30
F12
 

ABSTRACTS SESSION

 
15:00-16:30
G12
 

NATIONAL TRACK - FOREVER YOUNG?

Věčně mladí?

16:40
16:40-18:10
A13
 

SEPSIS

16:40-18:10
B13
 

RESUSCITATION
Thromboembolism

16:40-18:10
C13
 

TRIAGE
How to make triage work

16:40-18:10
E13
 

NEW TECHNOLOGIES

 
18:15
18:15-19:00
A14
 

OPENING CEREMONY

           
Monday 10 September
Time Clyde Auditorium Lomond Auditorium Room Forth Room Boisdale Room Carron Room Gala  
08:30            
09:10  
10:40 - 11:10 POSTER HIGHLIGHT SESSIONS - VISIT OF THE EXHIBITION - COFFEE
11:10
11:10-12:40
F22
 

FREE PAPER 5
Geriatrics / Shock

 
12:55          
14:10
14:10-15:40
E23
 

PAEDIATRICS
PEM Education

 
15:40 - 16:10 POSTER HIGHLIGHT SESSIONS - VISIT OF THE EXHIBITION - COFFEE
16:10
16:10-17:40
D24
 

Don't miss this!
YEMD Session

 
17:40  
17:40-18:45
B25
 

EUSEM 2018 Diploma and Certificate Ceremony

         
Tuesday 11 September
Time Clyde Auditorium Lomond Auditorium Room Forth Room Boisdale Room Carron Room Gala  
08:30            
09:10  
10:40 - 11:10 POSTER HIGHLIGHT SESSIONS - VISIT OF THE EXHIBITION - COFFEE
11:10
11:10-12:40
B32
 

RCEM GRANTS & RCEM PRIZES

 
12:55
12:55-13:55
AGM
 

EUSEM Annual General Assembly
for Members only

   
14:10  
15:40 - 16:10 POSTER HIGHLIGHT SESSIONS - VISIT OF THE EXHIBITION - COFFEE
16:10
16:10-17:40
B34
 

MENTAL HEALTH

 
17:40  
17:40-18:40
BGM
 

RCEM Annual General Assembly
for Members only

         
Wednesday 12 September
Time Clyde Auditorium Lomond Auditorium Room Forth Room Boisdale Room Carron Room Gala  
08:00            
08:40
08:40-10:10
E41
 

RESEARCH
Interactive Session

 
10:10 - 10:40 POSTER HIGHLIGHT SESSIONS - VISIT OF THE EXHIBITION - COFFEE
10:40  
12:10
12:10-12:40
A43
 

HOT TOPIC LECTURE

           
12:40
12:40-13:10
A44
 

Closing Ceremony

           

Research Network

During the Congress in Prague, 2019, the Research Network was launched under the inspiring leadership of Said Laribi, the immediate past-chair of EUSEM Research Committee.

Why

The research network will allow:

  • Building large scale descriptive data on Emergency Medicine in Europe.
  • Developing common research methodology among participating countries.
  • Improve knowledge in EM through international comparisons.
  • Improve EUSEM visibility among scientific societies.

Aims

  • Perform descriptive EM research projects in Europe.
  • Perform clinical trials related to Emergency Medicine.
  • Establish partnerships with other international EM networks with the aim of developing global research.
  • Carry out scientific research training regarding Emergency Medicine.
  • Promote student and researcher exchange.
  • Apply for European research grants.

How

  • Each country affiliated to EUSEM will have one country lead in the Research Network.
  • Country lead will be the contact for his/her country with the Research network chair.

Country lead

  • Will be in charge of recruiting and coordinating EM sites in his/her country
  • Will be in charge of all ethical and regulatory procedures regarding research projects in his/her country
  • Will be the contact for his/her country with the Research network chair.

Local site PI

  • Will be in charge of all ethical and regulatory procedures regarding the research projects in his/her hospital.
  • Recruit patients on a voluntary basis.
  • Fill in the anonymized electronic Case Report Form (CRF).
  • Local PI will be cited in the EUSEM Research Network study group in all publications using their data.

Research Network chair

  • Coordinating all activities of the research network, in collaboration with country leads, the Research committee and the EUSEM office.
  • Building research projects with the research committee members
  • Building the electronic case report form with the help of the EUSEM project managers
  • Evaluate the quality of data and have statistics done
  • Coordinate the publication plan of the different projects in collaboration with the research project PI.

Objective
Two projects per year.

 

Norway, Trondheim - St. Olav's University Hospital

Participate in the daily clinical activities in the ED at St. Olav’s
University Hospital in Norway.

Name of the hosting institute

St. Olav’s University Hospital,

Trondheim, Norway

Type of fellowship

Clinical 

Language

Norwegian, English 

Duration of fellowship

Short term – 1 to 4 weeks 

Job description

Participate in the daily clinical activities in the ED at St. Olav’s
University Hospital in Norway. Education and clinical discussions.
Language is a barrier, but the fellow may experience, talk to, and
see patients. The fellow may participate in procedures, including POCUS.

Application intake

Rolling

Educational opportunities

Around 25000 patients arrive to the ED at St. Olav’s University
Hospital annually. The department has a short stay unit and an
outpatient emergency clinic adjacent to the ED. EM was recently
accepted as a new specialty in Norway and the EDs in Norway are
being reorganized and more full time physicians are working in
the ED. The ED at St. Olav’s University Hospital focus on student
and physician education and focus on the use of ultrasound in the
acute clinical setting. Fellows will experience the young and
dynamic ED environment and characteristics of the Norwegian
Health Care System.

Research projects currently active

N/A

Year of training of the applicants

Accept any level of training

Specific requirements

Adequate English language skills. St. Olav’s University Hospital
offer no payment or official accommodation. For shorter stays
private accommodation may be possible.

Level of insurance provided

N/A (Fellow will not be responsible for patients)
 
 

UK, Plymouth - University Hospitals NHS Trust

Fellows would have 25% of time off the rota to explore areas of interest of which we have a wealth in Derriford.

Name of the hosting institute

Plymouth University Hospitals NHS Trust

United Kingdom

Type of fellowship

Clinical

Clinical with Research Work

Language

English

Duration of fellowship

Short term and long term

Job description

Plymouth is a vibrant university city by the sea, set on the border of Devon and Cornwall, with an active cultural scene and amazing quality of life. Dartmoor, the South Hams and South East Cornwall are all within living distance. Derriford is the largest ED in the South West, seeing 150,000 patients per year. We are an academic department, training hub and Major Trauma Centre and we enjoy close links with Military colleagues, the British Antarctic Survey Medical Unit and the Devon Air Ambulance.  Consistently recognised as a centre of training and developmental excellence, and rated amongst the top EDs in the country at the RCEM annual awards in 2018.  

Working in the ED on either the junior doctor tier or senior doctor tier(depending on prior experience) rota in a busy major trauma centre in the UK. Plymouth is ideally situated in the south west of England in the beautiful county of Devon. Close to the moorland of Dartmoor and some stunning beaches, Derriford Emergency Department is a challenging but rewarding place to work. We see a fascinating mix of inner city and rural illness and injury and are the major trauma centre for the Peninsula region.  

Application intake

Rolling, Once Annually, Twice annually

Educational opportunities

Fellows would have 25% of time off the rota to explore areas of interest of which we have a wealth in Derriford. They will be afforded all of the educational opportunities that the local trainee doctors are given, with regular senior teaching, opportunity to attend courses etc. Opportunities include Ocean medicine, toxicology, research, education/ simulation, major trauma, lifestyle and wellbeing, paediatric emergency medicine, global health, sepsis, leadership and innovation or even expedition medicine.

Research projects currently active

Cryostat, TIRED, Rapid CTCA, PAINTED, IONA

Year of training of the applicants

Must have as a minimum equivalent competencies as a post foundation year 2 doctor, ie postgraduate year 3. 

Specific requirements

Dependent on level of seniority and special interests- happy to discuss.  

Level of insurance provided

NHS indemnified.  

Belgium, Leuven - University Hospital Leuven

Our ED has 6 ICU beds, which gives unique teaching opportunities

Name of the hosting institute

University Hospital

Leuven, Belgium 

Type of fellowship

Non Clinical (Observership)

Language

English, Turkish 

Duration of fellowship

Short term – 2 to 6 weeks 

Job description

Critical Care in the Emergency Department

Application intake

Once annually, (only during months September-February)

Educational opportunities

Our ED has 6 ICU beds, which gives unique teaching opportunities:  

ALS – Post Resuscitation Care - ECMO 

Ventilation strategies 

Toxicology (large number of severe presentations) 

Polytrauma

Research projects currently active

GoPro ALS Study 
CQI trail (CPR Quality Index) 

Year of training of the applicants

Senior Residents as from PGY 4 

Specific requirements

Interest in Critical Care – Preferably ICU experience 

Level of insurance provided

None 

UK, Wales, Bangor - Ysbyty Gwynedd Bangor

Clinical fellow in Emergency Medicine combined with a choice of either Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine, Medical Education, Mountain Medicine or Global Emergency Medicine. 

Name of the hosting institute

Ysbyty Gwynedd Bangor 

Type of fellowship

Clinical (Observership)

Language

English,

Duration of fellowship

Work (Paid or Unpaid) 12 months, possibly 6 months

Job description

Clinical fellow in Emergency Medicine combined with a choice of either Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine, Medical Education, Mountain Medicine or Global Emergency Medicine. (Job description attached) 

Application intake

Twice annually

Educational opportunities

Teaching programme, opportunity to teach others, research opportunities (mountain medicine database), study leave with budget, clinical audit and governance. See job description for more details. 

Research projects currently active

Mountain medicine database – an extensive database of mountain casualties which is a rich source of data for research and presentations. 

Year of training of the applicants

Equivalent to UK ST4 (year 4 of EM speciality training)  

5 years post qualification 

Specific requirements

Registration with GMC. Experience equivalent to UK EM ACCS training (ie experience of EM, anaesthetics, ICU and acute medicine)

Level of insurance provided

NHS indemnity, recommend registering with a defence union