Emergency Medicine session, 2nd Europe-China Health Summit, Wednesday October 21

This session during the 2nd Europe-China Health Summit is about technology in Emergency Medicine also in the light of the management of COVID-19. So it is super interesting and important to hear about new technologies how to deal with the second wave from both Europe and China!  

Opening Session: 08:00 – 11:30 Brussels / 14:00-17:30 Beijing

Co-Chairs: Professor Zhi Yang, Capital Medical University of Beijing (China)/ Catherine Chronaki, Secretary General HL7 Europe, Vice President EFMI (Europe)

08:00-08:30 Brussels/ 14:00-14:30 Beijing: Welcome
- Welcome speech, host representative from Capital Medical University
- Dedication to Ragnar Nordberg (1936-2020)
08:30-09:00 Brussels/14:30-15:00 Beijing: Opening Keynote - Evaluating EHR Adoption across China's Hospitals,

Professor Haiyi Liu, Tsinghua University, vice chair of CHIMA (China Hospital Information Management Association), and Chair of HL7 China

09-00:11:30 Brussels/ 15:00-17:30 Beijing: S1-Mobile health assessment and contact tracing apps/ Digital Health Technology in Emergency Medicine

Co-chairs: Luis Garcia-Castrillo Riesgo, Past Chair European Society of Emergency Medicine (Europe), Professor Wei Jie, Director of Teaching and Researching Section of Emergency and Critical Care medicine, Renmin Hospital of Wuhan university (China)

Speakers:

  • Co-management of COVID-19 in the NHS Scotland, Chaloner Chute, Chief Technology Officer, Digital Health and Care Institute, NHS Scotland, UK (Europe)
  • COVID-19 Intelligent Prevention and Control System, Bin Yang, deputy director of Institute for Internet Behavior, director of Research Center for Smart Healthcare, Tsinghua University (China)
  • The trial of smart medicine in emergency department during COVID-19, Professor Wei Jie, Director of Teaching and Researching Section of Emergency and Critical Care medicine, Renmin Hospital of Wuhan university, (China)
  • Role of Emergency medical Systems in Syndromic Surveillance, Professor Luis Garcia-Castrillo Riesgo, Past Chair European Society of Emergency Medicine (Europe)
  • Construction of an intelligent multi-point trigger and early warning system for emerging and unexpected infectious diseases based on big data of emergency medicine, Professor Chuanzhu Lyu, Chairman of Chinese Society of Emergency Medicine, (China)
  • Errors in medicine: Technology as support for the doctor of the future? Thomas Sauter, Chair of the EUSEM Digital group, Endowed professorship emergency telemedicine, University of Bern, Switzerland (Europe)

Collaboration ePoster Pitch:

  • Pandemic Preparedness: AI-driven Syndromic Surveillance of ILI using EMS data: A research proposal, Thomas Krafft, Maastricht University, Eva Pilot, Maastricht University, Simone Doreleijers, Maastricht University, Jonas Hansen, Corti, Lu Chen, Corti, Helle Collatz Christensen, Copenhagen Emergency Medical Services, Mette Wenøe, Copenhagen Emergency Medical Services, Liselotte van Asten, Institute of Public Health the Netherlands, Quanyi Wang, Professor of Epidemiology, Director, Institute for Infectious Disease and Endemic Disease Control, Beijing Center for Disease Prevention and Control, Professor Dr Yang Lin Sheng, Director Department of Environmental Geography and Human Health, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China

Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_EjjCQ81eS1CVjujgN_OFDw 

   

2nd EU-China Health Summit

Building a healthier Global Community with AI and MI3

2nd Europe-China Health Summit on Medical Innovation, Medical Informatics, Medical Imaging and Medical Technology Transfer

From Saturday October 17 to Friday October 23

This Summit is organised by one of our project partners European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) and is of great interest to EM professionals that have to manage streams of data. It is all about the development of information technologies within Emergency Departments. 

Respected EUSEM colleagues are contributing to the programme as well, like our chair of the Digital EM Workgroup, Thomas Sauter and Past-President Luis Castrillo. 

Please check the programme

For each session you have to register in advance and then you can attend for free.  The registration links are in the mentioned programme.

You can consult the speakers and abstract book as well, to get an impression on the speaches and specialists.

Let's learn some more!

 

 

COVID-19 Deployment Opportunity in the African and Eastern Mediterranean regions

Under the coordination of the WHO Emergency Medical Teams, we are looking for mid-senior clinical and IPC experts that are able and willing to take part in short-term deployments in the African and Eastern Mediterranean regions.

Under the coordination of the WHO Emergency Medical Teams, we are doing our part in mitigating the effects of COVID-19 around the world through expertise and training. For this reason, we are looking for mid-senior clinical and IPC experts that are able and willing to take part in short-term deployments (2-4 weeks) in the African and Eastern Mediterranean regions to share their knowledge and experience in further building the healthcare capacity in the target countries. In particular, the ideal profiles have:

  • A university degree in medicine or in nursing from an accredited/recognized institution.
  • Clinical experience in intensive care management and/or management of infectious diseases, emergency medicine, pneumology, pediatric anesthesia.
  • Experience in COVID-19 patient management, triage of respiratory distress patients, transport, treatment protocols, or other relevant COVID-19 expertise.
  • Ability to share their knowledge (an educational/training background is highly desirable).
  • Fluency in English is required, working knowledge of Arabic is an asset, knowledge of any other UN language or any local language may be an asset depending on the country of deployment.

For more information, please write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Click here to apply

Registration Risk Stratification e-Course open until Friday!

The registration for the live e-Course of Risk Stratification will be open until Friday (16/10)

Do not miss out on this free e-Course!

Date: 3 November 17:00-19:00 CET

Course aims:  

  • To demonstrate  the importance of 
    • pre-test probabilty assesment for disease 
    • rational selection of correct diagnostic tests
    • correct test interpretation 
  • To demonstrate the importance of risk stratification for disposition of the patients

Check out the learning outcomes of this course and take this great and free opportunity to learn from the best.

Click here for more information and register

OPEN CALL FOR YEMD CONGRESS TRACK LEAD

Are you under 35 years old and a EM Physician or in EM training?

Are you eager to be involved in the organisation of the biggest EM Congress in Europe?

Are you passionate about creating a platform for Young Doctors to share their experience and be heard?

Apply for he position of YEMD Track lead and create the Congress programme for the young doctors for the next EUSEM Congress from 27-31 October in the vibrant city of Lisbon.

Check the jobdescription here.

Send your short motivation to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Webinar: Interprofessional Education for Capacity Building in Digital Health

Thursday November 19, 2020 at 2pm-3pm CET

Organized by the European Federation for Medical Informatics and the European Society for Emergency Medicine

Register in advance for this webinar:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Z1z7mwjvSCiVqlrPxnWu0Q

The objective of the session is the reflect on the educational instruments needed to build capacity in digital health in Europe with acceleration of digitization in the health and social care sector. ECHAlliance will update on progress of the joint statement on Interprofessional education. The aspects of mobility, collaboration and exchange in the field of life-long interprofessional education across Europe will be highlighted as EFMI and EUSEM will discuss their strategic plans for cooperation in the area of education as a way of supporting the recommendations of the upcoming the joint statement on profiling and training the healthcare workers of the future.

Preliminary Program

  • Catherine Chronaki, HL7 Europe, VP, EFMI: Opening remarks
  • Opening Keynote: The changing education landscape in digital health in Germany and across Europe: the role of EFMI, Professor Alfred Winter, Leipzig University, Secretary EFMI, President GMDS

Panel: Reflecting on educational initiatives in digital health: State of Play across Europe

  • Natalia Allegretti (ECHAlliance) reflects on the EUHPP Thematic Network ‘Profiling and training the healthcare workers of the future’ and on the ‘Erasmus+ DISH - Digital & Innovation Skills Helix in Health project’.
  • John Mantas (EFMI AC2 Committee) reflects on the Accreditation and Certification Work in EFMI and the survey BMHI programs in the European Union.
  • Luis Garcia Castrillo (EUSEM) addresses interprofessional education speaking on the work of the European Society of Emergency Medicine (EUSEM) with EFMI on chief complaint and minimal data sets.

Discussion will follow engaging the audience

  • Closing remarks, Catherine Chronaki

 

 Alfred de Winter Cronaki   Allegreti John Mantas  Castrillo