• This one day online symposium uses a case-based learning approach to review the up-to-date emergency department management of major trauma patients.

    Taught by consultants from the East of England Major Trauma Centre at Cambridge University Hospitals, the damage control resuscitation course is suitable for all members of trauma teams. This includes Emergency Department nurses and Advanced Clinical Practitioners as well as Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetic and Surgical consultants and trainees.

    The programme covers all aspects of primary assessment, resuscitation and immediate care.

    The symposium is interactive and utilises case-based discussions with audience participation to cover the principles and practice of damage control resuscitation.

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  • This two day Core (Level 1) Emergency Ultrasound course based in Cambridge is aimed at doctors working in acute care setting.

    The training addresses the knowledge and practical skills recommended by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine  in the new curriculum  2021.

    The course covers the topics outlined in the new curriculum including Abdominal Aorta, eFAST/FAFF, ELS and shock assessment, Pleural US, Vascular Assess- Central and Peripheral, Fascia Iliaca Compartment Block. 

    • The Level 1 emergency ultrasound training course covers all the topics in RCEM new curriculum
    • The course is ideal for Emergency Physicians, Acute Physicians and Critical Care Physicians.
    • This practical course is suitable for those new to the clinical applications of focused ultrasound as well as those with prior experience of ultrasound.
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  • This two day Core (Level 1) Emergency Ultrasound course based in Cambridge is aimed at doctors working in acute care setting.

    The training addresses the knowledge and practical skills recommended by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine  in the new curriculum  2021.

    The course covers the topics outlined in the new curriculum including Abdominal Aorta, eFAST/FAFF, ELS and shock assessment, Pleural US, Vascular Assess- Central and Peripheral, Fascia Iliaca Compartment Block. 

    • The Level 1 emergency ultrasound training course covers all the topics in RCEM new curriculum
    • The course is ideal for Emergency Physicians, Acute Physicians and Critical Care Physicians.
    • This practical course is suitable for those new to the clinical applications of focused ultrasound as well as those with prior experience of ultrasound.
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  • This excellent one-day virtual course is aimed at Emergency Nurse Practitioners, Advanced Clinical Practitioners, Allied Healthcare Practitioners, Emergency Physicians and GPs who treat patients with minor injuries and illnesses in Urgent Treatment Centres, Emergency Departments, Primary Care and Out of Hours services.

    The day is delivered by experts who are specialists in their field.

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  • This course covers the new RCEM curriculum

    This two day Point of care Emergency Ultrasound (Level1) course based in Cambridge is aimed at doctors working in acute care setting.

    The training addresses the knowledge and practical skills recommended by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine  in the new curriculum  2021.

    The course covers the topics outlined in the new curriculum including Abdominal Aorta, eFAST/FAFF, ELS and shock assessment, Pleural US, Vascular Assess- Central and Peripheral, Fascia Iliaca Compartment Block. 

    • The Level 1 emergency ultrasound training course covers all the topics in RCEM new curriculum
    • The course is ideal for Emergency Physicians, Acute Physicians and Critical Care Physicians.
    • This practical course is suitable for those new to the clinical applications of focused ultrasound as well as those with prior experience of ultrasound.
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