Results board elections 2021

Breaking news

Our society is pleased to announce the results of the 2021 elections for president-elect and vice-president of EUSEM. 

Dr. Jim Connolly was elected President-Elect, and Prof. Christoph Dodt was elected Vice-President. 

We congratulate Jim and Christoph, and we would like to thank Prof. Başar Cander and  Dr. Başak Yilmaz for standing for the elections and their continuous commitment to EUSEM.

Click here to see the full results of the elections.

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President-Elect

Dr. Jim Connolly  

 

 

Vice-President

Prof. Christoph Dodt

 

 

 

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YEMD survey on EUSEM endorsed EM Curriculum

This survey is addressed to all Emergency Medicine (EM) trainees undergoing a residency program in a European country (EU, UK and Turkey). The aim of this survey is to identify areas in which EUSEM could encourage improvement, according to the EM curriculum. It therefore asks what your current educational opportunities are, as well as asking you what you think would be beneficial for further development of the EUSEM endorsed EM curriculum.
 
Please take this survey if you currently are an EM trainee or you are a young EM specialist under the age of 35, who has finished a residency program within a European country.
 

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Pediatric Point-of-Care Ultrasound Webinar Thursday 24th June 15:00 CEST

Topic
Pediatric Point-of-Care Ultrasound Webinar

Description
15:00 – 15:20 Point-of-Care Ultrasound education in pediatric emergency medicine – Dr. Lianne J McLean, MB BCh BAO, MHI, FRCPC
15:20 – 15:30 Q&A

15:30 – 15:50 Scanning the eyes, is it really useful? - Magali Gauthey, MD
15:50-16:00 Q&A

16:00-16:20 Ultrasound guided procedures in the Pediatric Emergency Department – Ron Berant, MD
16:20-16:30 Q&A

Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_aw3tbTDGQg6DoCVKUmfRow

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Thank you for your support on Emergency Medicine Day!

This years' Emergency Medicine Day campaign was a great success. Many people around the world helped us to spread our message.


This year we got support from many other EM societies like IFEM, ASEP, ASEM, and also from our national societies.
This year the Deputy Director-General from the European Commission department Health and food safety Pierre Delsaux attended our Emergency Medicine Day webinar as a speaker.

Million times thank you to everyone who helped us in spreading our message.

We will be back next year on the 27th of May!

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Registration and program for the European Emergency Medicine Congress are available!

The first steps for our European Emergency Medicine congress were made.

You can now register for the congress.

You can also check out the scientific program.

This year the congress will be held from 27/10/'21-31/10/'21 in Lisbon, Portugal.

 

Congress registration

You can also register for the congress.

This year the congress will be hybrid. You can therefore participate in our congress both on-site and virtually.

You can register by creating an account on MyEUSEM.

If you already have an account, you just have to log in.

Low-income countries, EUSEM-members and students have a reduced fee.

Click here for more information about the congress registration.

Do not wait too long to register. Until August 31, it is early bird registration. 

So definitely take this opportunity to participate in the European Emergency Medicine Congress in Lisbon, Portugal!

Scientific Program

From now on you can check out the scientific program.

In the scientific program, you can already see which topics there are, and which speakers there will be at our congress.

Click here to see the full program.

We look forward to the congress, hopefully you too.

See you in Lisbon!

 

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ISTH guidelines on Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura

The ISTH has published new guidelines on Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura.

TTP is a rare, life-threatening thrombotic microangiopathy or blood disorder. In TTP, blood clots form in small blood vessels throughout the body and can limit or block the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the body’s organs, such as the brain, kidneys and heart. This can result in serious health problems. The reported incidence of TTP is two to six cases per million per year and a mortality of 10-20 percent upon proper treatment.

The challenge is that there are a number of conditions that have clinical and laboratory presenting features similar to those of TTP. A number of new therapeutic agents have been developed, requiring detailed guidance to properly manage treatment. The ISTH TTP Guidelines provide important recommendations, which will improve the management of patients with TTP.

Check out the guidelines over here

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