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EMCORE London 2024

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EMCORE London
26th – 28th June 2024

PLUS Cardiac Bootcamp 25th June

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THE PROGRAM

Please note that the program is subject to change as we aim to give you more.

Day 1

0800-1000

Resuscitation: PEA a new algorithm
ROSC: Now what?
Shock: Fluids/Pressors/Methylene
ICU won’t take the patient: A Case
Should I drain the pericardial effusion?
5 Minutes to Mastery: Manual or Mechanical CPR?
Papercut: Resus Lit Summary

1030-1230

Anaphylaxis and Airway
Status: Asthmaticus
VL vs DL the decision’s been made
Resuscitative Sequence Intubation
5 MTM: Airway in the Obese patient
Right Ventricular failure and intubation

1300-1500

Status: Epilepticus- A Case
Seizure vs Pseudoseizure
Headache + Normal CT: Are we done?
Low Frequency High Stakes Neurology
5 Minutes to Mastery: Orbital vs Periorbital Cellulitis
Paper Cut: Neuro Lit Review

Day 2

0800-1000

Blood: The whole story
Permissive Hypotension: The Debate.
The Psychology of Trauma
Dried Plasma: What’s old is new
Near Fatal Strangulation: Worrying Trend
5 Min to Mastery: Trauma in Pregnancy
Papercut: Trauma Lit Review

1030-1230

Airway Ashes: Aust vs UK
Paediatric Sepsis
The Pale Child
Arrhythmias in Kids
Adolescent EM
Papercut: Paeds Lit review

1300-1500

BRASH Syndrome
Fibrillation Frustration
‘Be still my heart’
Steroids in CAP
5 Minutes to Mastery: Arrhythmia Imposters
Papercut: Cardiology Lit Review

Day 3

0800-1000

Massive GI Bleed
Intracranial Bleeds
Reversing the Bleed
DOAC Score
MTP
On the Shoulders of Giants

1030-1230

Jaw/shoulder/hip dislocations
X-Ray Quiz
Rashes Quiz
ECG Quiz
5 Minutes to Mastery: HFNC

1300-1500

Papercut: Grand Literature Review

PLUS the Airway Ashes Cup is on the line

Australia take on England

The two teams battle to win the coveted

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AIRWAY ASHES CUP

AIRWAY ASHES CUP

Your Speakers 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.

Dr Malcolm Tunnicliff

Dr Malcolm Tunnicliff

Malcolm is a Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Emergency Medicine, and Clinical Director for Major Trauma at King’s College Hospital, London.

Malcolm is a Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Emergency Medicine, and Clinical Director for Major Trauma at King’s College Hospital, London. He undertook higher specialist training in Emergency Medicine on the SE London rotation, including secondments in pre-hospital care and medical toxicology. Malcolm is also a Consultant with Air Ambulance Kent, Surrey Sussex. His interests lie in damage control resuscitation, medical toxicology, leadership and education. When not at work Malcolm can be found on a cricket pitch!
Dr Joe Nameth​

A/Prof Joe Nemeth

Joe is an A/ Prof in the Departments of Emergency Medicine/Pediatrics/Critical Care at McGill University. He is Director Fellowships in Trauma Resuscitation Emergency Medicine.

Dr. Nemeth, in 2001 he set up shop at the McGill University Health Center's Montreal General Hospital and Montreal Children's Hospital as an attending emergency medicine physician and Trauma Team Leader and has been there since. He was the department director at the Montreal General Hospital for 8 of those years. His extensive international lecturing dossier, global health educational initiatives and numerous McGill University teaching awards attest to his passion for teaching. He is the Fellowship Director of the Trauma Fellowship for Emergency Medicine Physicians and the General Emergency Medicine Fellowship.
Dr Ed Barnard

Dr Ed Barnard

Ed is an EM/PHEM Consultant based in Cambridge, UK.

Ed is an EM/PHEM Consultant based in Cambridge, UK. He has extensive experience in the management of critical illness and injury both prehospital and in-hospital across diverse civilian and military environments. His ethos is delivering high-quality EM regardless of the patient’s location: as a clinician, an educator, and through scholarly activity. Ed was recently appointed as an RCEM / NIHR Associate Professor.

Dr Nikki Woods

Senior Staff Specialist in EM & DEMT, St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney
VMO in Sexual Assault at RPAH, Sydney

Dr Nikki Woods is a Senior Staff Specialist in EM & DEMT, St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney
VMO in Sexual Assault at RPAH, Sydney
Mother to a tween and a teen - by far the hardest but most rewarding job of the lot
Professor Paul Middleton

Professor Paul Middleton

Paul is a specialist in emergency medicine, and has worked in critical care retrieval in helicopters, fixed wing aircraft and ground ambulances.

Paul is a specialist in emergency medicine, and has worked in critical care retrieval in helicopters, fixed wing aircraft and ground ambulances. He is the Director of the South Western Emergency Research Institute (SWERI) at Liverpool Hospital, Chief Medical Information Officer at SWSLHD, and the Chair of Take Heart Australia. He was the Founding Chair of the Emergency Department Epidemiology Network (EDEN) of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) and the immediate Past Chair of the Australian Resuscitation Council NSW branch.
Prof Peter Kas

A/Prof Peter Kas

Peter is a senior Emergency Physician and past Director of Emergency Services and Director of Emergency Medical Training.

Peter is a senior Emergency Physician and past Director of Emergency Services and Director of Emergency Medical Training. He completed his training at Royal Melbourne Hospital and worked at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He is the current CEO of Soma Health and the creator and Convenor of the EMCORE Conferences. His mission is to teach. He runs the popular resus.com.au with a weekly blog as well as cardiacbootcamp.org. He has a passion for finding the perfect Long Island Iced Tea.
Dr Will Davies

Dr Will Davies

Will is a senior Consultant Emergency Physician with extensive experienced in in a range of emergency medicine environments.

Will is a senior Consultant Emergency Physician with extensive experienced in in a range of emergency medicine environments. He holds fellowships in emergency medicine, tropical medicine, medical administration and toxinology and is a Clinical Director within the NSW Health Service. He is also a medical advisor with an interest in the field of emerging artificial intelligence.
Dr Nick Castle

Dr Nick Castle

Is currently the Executive Director of Qatar’s National Ambulance service and a Consultant PHEM practitioner, a practicing Critical Care Paramedic and a registered nurse.

Is currently the Executive Director of Qatar’s National Ambulance service and a Consultant PHEM practitioner, a practicing Critical Care Paramedic and a registered nurse. Nick examins for the Faculty of Prehospital Care and has a particular interest in Cardiology, Mass gatherings and resuscitation. His PhD Thesis, awarded in 2014, centred on emergency skill performance whilst wearing CBRN-PPE.
Dr Adrian Boyle

Dr Adrian Boyle

Dr Boyle is President of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine.

Dr Boyle is President of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Greater Cambridge Area
Dr Stephen Gourley
President Australasian College of Emergency Medicine

Dr Stephen Gourley

President ACEM. Director Emergency Medicine Alice Springs Hospital.

Adam is a Specialist Emergency Physician and Director of Emergency Medicine Training at Bundaberg Public Hospital, Australia. He is a clinician, educator, and an Associate Lecturer at the University Of Queensland and has an interest and clinical involvement in Anaesthesia.
Dr Claire Wilkin-Marshall

Dr Claire Wilkin-Marshall

Claire is a Paediatric Emergency Physician at the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne Australia.

Claire is a Paediatric Emergency Physician at the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne Australia. She has extensive experience in critical care including intensive care and retrieval medicine and has also worked in the United Kingdom and Uganda. She has an interest in optimising trauma care for children and has produced the Paediatric component of the revised Trauma Victoria Guidelines.

Dr Christa Bell

Christa isChrista Bell is a Paediatric Emergency Physician and Clinical Lead in the Emergency department at the Gold Coast University Hospital Australia.

Claire is a Paediatric Emergency Physician at the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne Australia. She has extensive experience in critical care including intensive care and retrieval medicine and has also worked in the United Kingdom and Uganda. She has an interest in optimising trauma care for children and has produced the Paediatric component of the revised Trauma Victoria Guidelines.

Dr Teuta Rexhepi-Johanson

Dr Teuta Rexhepi-Johansson is a Principal Clinical Psychologist and the Psychology Lead in Major Trauma Centre, King’s College Hospital.

Dr Teuta Rexhepi-Johansson is a Principal Clinical Psychologist and the Psychology Lead in Major Trauma Centre, King’s College Hospital. Tee has extensive clinical experience in working with complex mental health presentations, including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Personality Disorders. She has worked with different trauma survivors, including, refugees, survivors of war torture, sexual violence, childhood abuse, domestic violence, community violence and survivors of major trauma incidents. She also has experience in service development with particular focus on staff support, specifically in relation to traumatic experiences as part of their professional role. Tee has in the past developed training programmes for medical staff in primary and secondary care on trauma informed approaches when working with people who present with complex mental health difficulties as a result of traumatic experiences.
In her other role, Tee works as a Clinical Tutor on the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Programme at King’s College London. As part of her role, she lectures on the programme and supervises research in her area of interest.

Dr Idit Albert

Dr Idit Albert is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, trauma specialist and Clinical Lead for the new pan London Major Trauma Psychology Network that was developed by NHSE Violence Reduction Programme.

Dr Idit Albert is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, trauma specialist and Clinical Lead for the new pan London Major Trauma Psychology Network that was developed by NHSE Violence Reduction Programme. Idit has extensive leadership experience of developing services and care pathways for PTSD patients, trauma survivors including sexual violence, refugees, first responders and veterans for the NHS and for the International Organisation of Migration. These included development and leadership for dedicated psychology services for UK survivors of international terror incidents (Tunisia, Paris and Brussels) and the London terror incidents that took place in 2017 and 2019.
Idit was NHSE Clinical Lead and Advisor supporitng the development of the 40 wellbeing and mental health hubs for England NHS and social care staff during the COVID19 pandemic.
Previously she developed and lead a DFID funded psychological support programme for UK medics working in the Ebola treatment centres in Sierra Leone.
Dr Albert is a lecturer, researcher and clinical supervisor and was the Academic Director for the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Programme at King’s College London.

Dr Andy Smith

Emergency Medicine, Pre Hospital Immediate Care, and Sports & Exercise Medicine Consultant

Emergency Medicine, Pre Hospital Immediate Care, and Sports & Exercise Medicine Consultant.
Yorkshire Ambulance service BASICS Doctor.
Faculty of Pre Hospital Care, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh Honorary Secretary and Chair of Dip MIM Editorial Group.
Twickenham Match Day FOP Clinical / Immediate Care Lead.
World Rugby Medical Compliance Manager
Dr Adam Michael

Dr Adam Michael

Adam is a Specialist Emergency Physician and Director of Emergency Medicine Training at Bundaberg Public Hospital, Australia.

Venue

The Science Gallery is the London conference venue for EMCORE. A short stroll to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge and very near the amazing Borough market. Hotel options within walking distance are shown below.

Accommodation Options

The Science Gallery is our conference venue, so that hotels will need to be booked separately. This gives you the freedom to book wherever you wish. The venue is centrally placed and as such, close to so many landmarks as well as hotels. We are not affiliated with any hotel, however below we show 3 hotels close by. We are not recommending them, just giving you examples. You can find and pick others also. Some may wish to get an airbnb. You have total freedom to pick and choose in this amazing city!

The Venue The Science Gallery London

THINGS TO DO IN LONDON

DON'T KNOW WHERE TO START?......... CATCH THE BUS!

If you’re unsure of where to begin, try the Hop on Hop off bus that takes you on a tour of London.  It gives you an overview of the city. Travel past The London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, magnificent churches and museums.
You can decide what you want to see and just Hop on or off!

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TAKE A TOUR

Why not take a tour: Westminster, Windsor Castle, Downton Abbey Village. Take the family on the Harry Potter Tour.

GO TO THE THEATRE

Catch some great plays.

GO SHOPPING

​From Designer to vintage or malls to markets, there is somewhere for everybody to find something special.
Oxford St, Regent St, Portobello Rd, Brick Lane, Spitalfields or Borough market just to name a few, you can find it all. A visit to Harrods is a must.

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PUBS AND RESTAURANTS

The pub is a great British institution with over 3500 pubs alone in London. With so many choices check out this website for an eclectic selection.
You can’t get bored eating out in London.
Restaurants range from Michelin starred to the local tucked away café with cuisine that encompasses British, European, Asian and of course Indian.
Browse through this list to find something you must try.

And of course you can stay on and be a part of historic WIMBLEDON.

PLUS: It's Wimbledon!

Event Details

Start date: 25 June 2024

End date: 27 June 2024

Start time: 08:00 BST

End time: 15:00 BST

Venue: The Science Gallery

EMCORE London 26th-28th June 2024

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