Ebola outbreak was a major disaster event these past two years. The severity of the disease, compounded by fear within and beyond the affected countries and population, caused schools, markets, businesses, airline and shipping routes, and borders to close.
As the number of interdisciplinary emergency departments grows internationally, where can ED leaders acquire the administrative skills they need to build and sustain successful emergency departments?
Acute dyspnoea is one of the most common emergencies in the ED, accounting for 3-5% of all admissions. The vast majority of cases are represented by acute heart failure, pneumonia and COPD exacerbation.
The workshop on pre-hospital research is directed by Falck Foundation, and the aim is to improve the research application skills of the participant. The workshop focuses on pre-hospital research, and the distinctive features that makes this field of research especially difficult.
In this course, participants will learn about basic and difficult Airway Management. Furthermore, the technique of anaesthetization will be taught.
All participants will be able to train the different techniques and devices on intubation trainers.
Ultrasound - Beginner
This is a course applicable to all from the very beginner to those with some experience. It is an opportunity to learn and develop basic skills with an internationally renowned faculty.
Ultrasound - Advanced
Requirements: basic US experience and/or previous participation in a basic emergency US course, ALS/ACLS/ATLS certification recommended.
Advanced Paediatric Emergency Care (APEC)
Objectives: 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.
Acute Pain Management
We’ll centre our attention on the patient – critical, pediatric, elderly, frail – presenting true and common cases and supplying evidences and suggestions with the aim of optimizing our efficacy on pain.