European Training Requirements for Paediatric Emergency Medicine

The European Training Requirements for PEM are validated by UEMS.

The Syllabus intends to:

  • Harmonise training programmes in PEM between different European countries.
  • Establish clearly defined standards of knowledge and skill required to practice PEM at the tertiary care level.
  • Foster the development of a European network of competent tertiary care centres for PEM.
  • Improve the level of care for children who attend Emergency Departments (EDs).

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2020 CONGRESS YEMD SECOND OPEN CALL FOR SPEAKERS

Dear friends and colleagues,

The deadline for Open Call for speakers has been postponed till 31 January. We would like you to submit your talks for the Yemd section of the 14th European Emergency Medicine Congress in Copenhagen! It's a fantastic opportunity to present your ideas and experience to a global emergency medicine audience. 

If you are interested don't hesitate just apply!

Educational lectures, research work, relevant clinical practice, educational activities on the following topics would be preferred:

  1. EMERGENCY MEDICINE EDUCATION AND TRAINING STRUCTURE
  2. TOXICOLOGY
  3. PAEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
  4. TERRORISM, MASS CASUALTY AND MAJOR INCIDENT
  5. TRAUMA MANAGEMENT
  6. CRITICAL CARE IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

Details are in the Download.

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A group of international experts met to discuss treatments against poisoning

Vaudreuil, 20 November 2019 - Ethylene Glycol, baclofen, pregabalin, and amanita mushrooms


are some of the poisons present at the heart of discussions when the Montérégie hosts the 2nd EXTRIP (ExtraCorporeal Poisoning Treatment in Workgroup) conference, which runs until November 22 and is comprised of forty experts.

This event is a platform that allows experts in nephrology, clinical toxicology, critical care, pharmacy and methodology from around the world to discuss if hemodialysis can enhance the removal of certain poisons. Hemodialysis and other methods of extracorporeal removal can be then be considered as a possible solution in several poisonings.

EUSEM is represented in this collaboration by Kurt Anseeuw, Chair of EUSEM's Toxicology section.

Evidence is limited on the subject and the EXTRIP group has been interested and working for several years. This research group has undertaken various studies to investigate the current state of knowledge to promote the progress, agree on indications for the use of hemodialysis and other similar methods to treat poisoning with various substances and try to establish global consensus.

Can hemodialysis be considered as treatment against certain toxins? At what moment? How? These are questions which participants in this conference will attempt to answer in the coming days.

The executive committee of the international research group is notably composed of Dr. Marc Ghannoum, nephrologist at the Verdun Hospital and founder of EXTRIP Workgroup; Dr. Sophie Gosselin, Head of Department and emergency medicine specialist at Charles Lemoyne Hospital, researcher of the ERC CISSSMC and medical toxicologist for the Poison Center; and Dr. Valery Lavergne CIUSSS of the Research Center of the North of the island of Montreal, co-founder.

For information: www.extrip-workgroup.org

 

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25th Anniversary of EUSEM

AT EUSEM Congress 2019 we celebrated EUSEMs 25th anniversary. This video is created about the past-presidents that led us this far.

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Congress 2019 material on the EUSEM Academy

EUSEM Academy contains a lot of new contents from the Congres 2019. All EUSEM members and Congress Participants will have free access. EUSEM members can already login with their credentials. The participants that are not a EUSEM member will receive their login details within the next weeks. But you can already check out the free accesible content.

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