Rural and Remote Emergency Management
The main objective for this workshop is to provide rural & remote emergency doctors and nurses with team-based learning opportunities to recognise and manage patients who attend with remote emergency medicine presentations including tropical infections, sepsis & snakebite. The workshop also aims to improve skills in recognising the deteriorating patient, emergency intubation, ventilation, ECG and ABG analysis. It will use workshops & lectures to enhance clinical knowledge, procedural skills and confidence in utilizing local equipment & resources.
Total lecture hours:
Total simulated hours:
Personal study hours:
Total contact hours:
Pre activity questions
Post activity reinforcing survey
Strengthened knowledge, skills & confidence in the management of invasive & non-invasive ventilation with the equipment available
Expanded knowledge in the recognition and management of the very unwell adult
Expanded knowledge in the recognition and management of the very unwell child
Skills to manage the agitated patient in ED
No assessment. Skills scenario stations.
Approved for 2 days Emergency Medicine Procedural Grant