We are glad to announce that there will be an Examiner Workshop again on the last days of the South East European Emergency and Disaster Medicine Congress in Thessaloniki, Greece!
Date: Saturday 30 & Sunday 31 May, 2020
Location: The MET Hotel 48, 26 Oktovriou Str. 546 27 Thessaloniki
Application deadline: 6 March, 2020
Read carefully the Examiner eligibility requirements and the regulations before you apply.
You can find all information in the registration form and also on the website: https://eusem.org/ebeem/ebeem-examiners
The form and evidence will be reviewed by the EBEEM exam board, the Emergency Medicine Examinations Reference Group for Europe (EMERGE), and proposed to the UEMS Section for Emergency Medicine for endorsement. Once accepted as a candidate you will receive more instructions.
If you have colleagues who are interested to become an EBEEM Examiner don’t hesitate to share the information with them!
Please note that the course places are limited to 24 candidates.
Flight and hotel for the workshop are not covered. Your expenses will be covered for future activities once you become an examiner.
Did you know that 26% of older patients are getting under-triaged in the ED? Being old is not a disease. Check this very interesting talk about Prehospital geriatric emergency medicine by Eric Revue on the Open Access section of the EUSEM Academy.
The Academy contains much more webcasts, e-learning modules and quizzes, available for EUSEM members.
We are preparing the 2nd webinar as a result of the collaboration between EUSEM and the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI).
The general topic is:
Health analytics, Clinical decision support: How does it change emergency medicine?
More details on the presentations will be confirmed in March.
Louise Pape-Haugaard, PhD, MScBMEI
Louise is Chairman of the Study Board of Health and Technology at Aalborg University, Denmark, where she is very engaged in teaching. She is active in various national and international associations and boards, such as Danish Society for Digital Health and European Federation of Medical Informatics (EFMI). In EFMI she is the Institutional Membership Officer.
John Mantas BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD
Over the years Dr. Mantas has played significant roles such as President of the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI), Vice-President of IMIA and Chair of the Accreditation and Certification Committee of EFMI and contributed to synergies between AMIA and other informatics organizations worldwide.
Third speaker to be confirmed.
Save the date: 26 March at 16:30 CET
Registration will open on the 3rd of March on this website.
Every year one or more Refresher Courses are organised by hosting organisations for Young Emergency Medicine Doctors (<35).
Last year we had a "update in toxicology"-course in Brussels and a "Resuscitation in the ED"-course in Florence.
Have a look at the video to get an impression of the set up. It's not only a very responsible task, considering the educational value, it is also a lot of fun!
We are still looking for hosts to organise a course in 2020. Are you interested to host an international course on an EM subject?
Although Emergency Medicine is a relatively young specialty, this has not discouraged the establishment of National Emergency Medicine Scientific Societies across Europe. This development illustrates the energy of the specialty and the conviction of its professionals, by creating these structures, to facilitate education and to support the practicing professionals thereby empowering the specialty.
EUSEM is honoured to represent 35 European Countries, each with different backgrounds and trajectories, through closely working with the individual national societies. To demonstrate the dynamism in emergency medicine, the founding date of the national societies as well as their logos and their web links are shown on our national societies dedicated page.
EUSEM is celebrating 25 years of Emergency Medicine and invites the National Societies to participate in this celebration.
Looking at this video really gets us in the mood for this years Congress 19-23 September in Copenhagen! Early bird registration opens on 1 March. Find info and prices on the dedicated Congress pages on the EUSEM website.
It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that the Hellenic Society for Emergency Medicine invites you to the 3rd South East European Emergency and Disaster Medicine Congress (SEEEDMC) in beautiful Thessaloniki, one of the most historical and important cities of the region, on 28-31 May 2020.
The institution of SEEEDMC started from an idea that was first discussed in Athens in 2017 during the 11th European Congress on Emergency Medicine, among colleagues from countries of South-east Europe. The result of the discussion was the courageous decision of the Serbian Society to organize the 1st SEEEDMC in beautiful Belgrade in 2018, which was a great success. In 2019, the 2nd SEEEDMC was held at the metropolis of Istanbul, jointly and successfully organized by the two Turkish Societies (EMAT and EPAT).
During these two Congresses, which both became a reality under the wings of the European Society for Emergency Medicine (EuSEM), colleagues from all our neighboring countries were brought together, shared their experiences, challenges and visions and realized how close we really are. New collaborations on training, organizational issues and research were born and we all danced together with traditional tunes of the region on a boat in the Bosporus.
This year, the Hellenic Society for Emergency Medicine (HeSEM), together with the National Societies of Albania, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Turkey (EMAT and EPAT) and with the invaluable support of EuSEM, is organizing the 3rd SEEEDMC in parallel with our 5th national Congress in Thessaloniki, a true crossroad of the region, hoping to continue the successful route of the institution, deepen our relations further and move on to the future together.
The chair of the Organizing Committee
The chair of the Scientific Committee
The President of HeSEM