Survival Course Critical Emergency Skills for Young Doctors
The "Survival Course Critical Emergency Skills for Young Doctors" (SUCCESS) is based on a very simple concept - hands-on-training of critical skills needed for prehospital emergency doctors, in the emergency department, on ICU or even on the ward. The central theme of this full-day-course are the „4 Hs and 4Ts“ in Advanced Life Support.
One of the major advances in acute respiratory failure treatment is Non Invasive Positive Pressure Ventilation (NPPV). The application of non-invasive positive pressure has been proved superior to standard treatment and should belong to the therapeutic armamentarium of the emergency physician.
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
The Major aim is to developing a clear US approach to critical illness
Advanced sessions to develop your US practice from head to toe led by international experts.
Interactive sessions to integrate US effectively in to resuscitation
Planning your future training
Advanced Paediatric Emergency Care (APEC)
The APEC course has been developed and is conducted by the Paediatric Section of EuSEM. The course has been designed and targeted for PEM Physicians, Paediatricians, and Emergency Physicians who provide care for children in emergencies and who want to enhance their knowledge and skills in Paediatric Emergency Medicine (PED).
The aim of this course is to address all these issues and enable colleagues whom are not familiar with this type of clinical practice, to feel more confident in managing mass shooting multiple casualties. Experienced speakers from the military combined with Civil EMS will help us understand where to focus to improve their response capability in prehospital and hospital settings.
Acute Pain Management
The first edition of the Acute Pain Management course will cover the main topics regarding a correct and effective analgesia in the emergency setting: we’ll move from a crucial “dogmalysis”, criticizing habits and myths about pain, and discuss the relationship between acute pain and the practice of Emergency Medicine, between acute and chronic pain, between analgesia and outcome.
The 12-Lead ECG and Acute Myocardial Infarction
The content will include didactic as well as audio-visual presentations. In keeping with my company’s philosophy of active participation by those in attendance, there will be actual ECGs that the participants themselves will take turns interpreting during the class while I assist and guide them.
Airway Management is a major topic in the Emergency Department. Anesthesiologists are not always available; therefore each member of the ED needs to be able to perform Airway Management. To secure the airway of a patient, it is necessary to know the different devices and techniques and also to consider, that the algorithm is different to the familiar pre-hospital and OR airway algorithm.
The European Course on Geriatric Emergency Medicine (ECGEM)
This course is organized in collaboration between EuSEM and the European Union of Geriatric Medicine Society. The program of the course will follow the European Curriculum on GEM.