Abstract submission period prolonged

NEW DATE: 30 April 2020 - Midnight (CEST) +02:00 UTC 

While we are all facing an exceptional situation due to the impact of COVID-19 in Europe and worldwide, we are all aware that your time is precious at the moment and highly dedicated to your hospital. EUSEM consequently decided to prolong the abstract submission period to 30 April 2020. 

We all hope the situation will get better very soon and we will all see you in Copenhagen in September!

REGISTRATION TO THE CONGRESS 2020 IS OPEN

We are all concerned by the impact of COVID-19 in Europe and worldwide.

EUSEM wants to be reassuring but remains vigilant facing the current situation, which requires permanent adaptation to the complexity of the context and its evolution.

To date, EUSEM 2020 congress will be held from September 19-23, 2020, in Copenhagen. 

EUSEM mission of training and information as well as the opportunity of exchange between Emergency professionals during its congress remain essential in the current context.

Keep all safe,

EUSEM

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

DEADLINE: 30 MARCH 2020 - MIDNIGHT (CEST) 

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REGISTRATION IS OPEN

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Standard registration fees from 29 June till 30 August

Late registration fees from 31 August

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Next EBEEM part A diet September 11

The EBEEM part A diet scheduled on March 6 was cancelled due to the covid-19 crisis. The exam is postponed to the next diet on September 11. 

Due to the uncertainty and unpredictability of the current situation, we recommend to regularly check any updates on the "news" and "EBEEM" sections of the EUSEM website.

Web app online for Emergency Medicine Day

We launched a web app for Emergency Medicine Day

Shortage of Emergency Medicine Professionals and services is the main theme of EM Day 2020.

Help us ask for more!

Support us by uploading your selfie in the app, along with your name and clock out time, to show your endurance in emergency care and the impact of fatigue and passion, satisfaction and frustration, anxiety and gratification that comes along with your job.

https://photo.emergencymedicine-day.org/

European Pain Initiative – Guidelines for Clinical Practice Handbook

This Handbook has been developed to support improvements in the assessment and management of acute pain
in Emergency settings across Europe. These guidelines, supported by an unrestricted educational grant from
Mundipharma International Limited, outline the unmet needs existing for acute pain, assessment of pain and
recommendation for pain management by first responders, paramedics and Emergency Department physicians.
They have been developed following a rigorous review of available clinical evidence and analysis of current
management practices across Europe through EUSEM members. It is our hope that these guidelines will provide
healthcare professionals with evidence-based practical information that will help them manage their patient’s pain as
effectively as possible.

As Chair of the European Pain Initiative developed under the auspices of EUSEM I would like to acknowledge the
hard work and commitment of my fellow Committee members and the valuable input received from many colleagues.

Professor Saïd Hachimi-Idrissi
University of Ghent, Belgium

Find the guidelines here

The foundation of EUSEM: interview with David Williams

This is the second video in a series of interviews with EUSEM past presidents to celebrate 25 years of EUSEM. Past-president David Williams tells us about the first symposia compared to our current congresses. That is a significant growth!