Performance and Quality Improvement are among the central administrative challenges facing Emergency Department leaders in all countries. Through a series of lectures and workshops facilitated by experienced faculty, course participants will learn practical approaches for improving performance and quality in their emergency departments.
I SEE RICELAND: A SIMULATION GAME FOR EXTRA AND IN-HOSPITAL PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE TO DISASTERS
In two Phases: Distance learning Course & On site Course
Fluids, Electrolytes and Acid-Base Disorders
The course is based on the basics of applied physiopatology to explain the main acid-base and electrolytes clinical disturbances. The didactic strategy is aimed to actively involve the audience in making diagnosis on a huge number of "real life" clinical cases.
The course will give an overview of the pathophysiological basis, rational limits and objectives of the use on Non Invasive Ventilation in the ED. It will present also the different types of NIV, the ventilators and interfaces, and how to treat patients through different clinical scenarios that will be presented in the hands-on part of the course.
Advanced Pediatric Emergency Care (APEC)
The objective is to provide physicians participating in the course with both knowledge and advanced skills in recognizing and managing a wide spectrum of paediatric emergencies including trauma, both in the hospital and pre-hospital settings.
Emergency Medicine Ultrasound - Beginner
Emergency ultrasound introductory course: lectures, organ-based hands-on practice, problem-oriented ultrasonography.
Emergency Medicine Ultrasound - Advanced
Emergency ultrasound advanced course: lectures, organ based hands-on practice, simulated clinical scenarios.
Following the Pre-Course Program Research fundaments in Emergency Medicine the participant will be involved in all the aspects related to research projects. The program is based on a real case study with the final objective of manuscript generation following step after step all the aspects of a research project, from the design to the final publication strategy.
Simulation is a technique to replace or amplify real-patient experiences with guided experiences, artificially contrived, that evokes or replicates substantial aspects of the real world in a fully interactive manner.