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Originally posted on Rural Doctors Net:
I have just got back from Melbourne, where I attended the new EMERGENCY TRAUMA MANAGEMENT course. I was deadset keen to attend this, as I intuitively feel that organisers Dr Amit Maini (EDTCC.com) & Dr Andy Buck (EDexam.com.au) are seeking to bring the same level of FOAMed goodness to Emergency medicine as I am via the RURAL MEDICINE MASTERCLASS. Over and above that, the new ETM Course takes attendees to places that aren;t covered on the usual ‘merit badge’ courses. I am a Course Director for EMST-ATLS and have become increasingly frustrated that the College of Surgeons content does not meet the needs of modern trauma teams.
A full report will be forthcoming shortly via Dr Jeram Hyde (@CriticalHabits), but for me highlights included :
- a credible and experienced Faculty who facilitated short lectures and hands on skill sessions
- use of high rep, low fidelity…
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Originally posted on AmboFOAM:
I was fortunate last night to be able to catch up with Tim Leeuwenberg of ruraldoctors.net when he flew in to Melbourne for the ETMCourse. Along with a very convivial dinner at Bistro Vue on Little Collins street, we managed to bash out a quick podcast as well. We discussed a little of life as a paramedic, treatment of Acute Pulmonary Oedema by MICA Paramedics, and of course the obligatory bit on airway management.
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