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Keynotes from leaders in Emergency Medicine.
Actionable lessons, practical skills, future predictions, candid lessons of success and failure, and hilarious anecdotes from a hand-picked lineup including researches, educators, administrators, and all Emergency Experts.
Pre-Conference Cardiac and Resuscitation Bootcamp
Resuscitation scenario I
Resuscitation scenario II
The ECHO in resus: New simple techniques that save lives
Tamponade and the ECHO
The ECG Quiz competition
ECHO Demonstration and CPR
Paediatric Heart Conditions
The Paediatric ECG
RESUSCITATION scenario III
SHOCK: Don't get fixated
Subtle Ischaemic ECG Changes
Heart Failure: What's New?
Brady/Tachy arrhythmias made easy
Pacemakers: Fixing the bad
Arrhythmias where meds can kill
The ECG's in Syncope
Brugada- How to diagnose it.
What Cardiac Syndrome is this?
(Separate Booking Required Below)
April 7th Day 1
Aortic Dissection: How to Miss it
The Big GI Bleed
Intubation Gone Wrong
Morbid Obesity and Intubation
The Crashing Child
Shock: Not Everything is Sepsis
The Bleeding Will Stop … Eventually
The Intracranial Bleed
HOAC’s, DOAC’s & Tranexamic Acid
“Doctor I Can’t See”
1700 Drinks and Happy Hour
April 8th Day 2
Paediatric Trauma Resuscitation
Pills that Kill – Paediatrics Toxicology
The Febrile Child
Scary Asthma in Kids
NIV: Maximising the Numbers
Posterior Stroke: Minimising Misses
Concussion: More Important than we Think
Syncope: The 3 Step Approach
“Doctor I Can’t Feel My Legs”
April 9th Day 3
Geri Abdo Pain: CT is Your Friend
PE: Rapid Review
7 Most Common Medications in ED
Which Analgesic is Best?
Does the Patient need Psych Review?
ENT Tips and Tricks
You Stuck What … Where?
"I Burnt out Years Ago"
Wellbeing: What works
Essential Studies you Must Know
"The speakers themselves were amazing! You certainly put together a group of professionals who are not only obviously very experienced in their respective specialities but also passionate about sharing their knowledge and experiences with the wider emergency ‘family’ - each speaker so different to the other yet complimenting each other at the same time. I have shared so much of what I took away from the conference with my colleagues....."