Environmental Emergencies

AUSTRALASIAN COLLEGE FOR EMERGENCY MEDICINE (ACEM)

Emergency Medicine Education & Training (EMET) Up-skilling Session

Presenter: Dr Jenny Martens - MB ChB, FACEM - ED Staff Specialist

Date: Thursday 20th February 2020

Location: Collie Hospital

Room: Conference Room

Time: 6:00pm to 8:30pm **Please note light refreshments will be available from 5:45 pm ready for a 6:00pm session start**

Video Conference No. 6425

TOPIC: ENVIRONMENTAL EMERGENCIES

            Covering:

                •Snake Bite

                •Exercise Illness

                •Heat Illness   

  Learning Objectives:

     1.       Highlight the assessment and management priorities of heat & exercise related conditions

     2.       Discuss the current management of suspected snake bite

**Special guest speakers from "Discover Deadly" 

Bookings are essential. For further information please contact Peter Woodman  via email:  peter.woodman@health.wa.gov.au. Preference will be given to South-West Rural GP's.

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20 Feb

Thu, 20 Feb 2020, at 6:00 PM to Thu, 20 Feb 2020, at 8:30 PM
Collie Hospital, Deakin Street, Collie WA, Australia
FREE!

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About Australasian College for Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine Education & Training (EMET) Program - EMET Bunbury Hospital HUB & EMET - Northam Hospital HUB. The Emergency Medicine Education & Training (EMET) Program was established to improve the quality of and access to emergency care in areas of need, particularly in rural Australia. This is achieved through the increased provision of emergency Medicine education, ...