IEMTA ASM – Retrieval & Rescue

The IEMTA Annual Scientific Meeting is taking place on 30th of April in Sligo. Prepare to be blown away by a day of epic talks and outdoor adventures in beautiful Sligo! Join us remotely in the morning or come in person for the whole day and some evening fun.

All welcome. Purchase your tickets here on EventBrite

Abstract Submission

We are currently accepting abstracts for oral presentations and poster presentations. THe deadline for Abstract submission deadline is 14th April. Research / Audit / QIP / Case Reports will all be considered. Please complete the attached abstract submission form.

NEWSLETTER – April 2022

The latest edition of the IEMTA Newsletter is now available to read.

Some great articles including: Humanitarian Medicine, Sim Wars, and Clinical Pearls. Do you know how to interpret Urine pH? Are you familiar with the King LT Airway – have a read and see what you could learn!

Huge thanks to our editorial team of Dr Jamie Condren & Dr Abdul Safras!

Browse the PDF below or read at your leisure on Yumpu!

RESULTS – IEMTA Training Survey

The IEMTA committee are delighted to present the result of our IEMTA Trainee Survey carried out in November 2020. It is a particularly challenging time to work in Emergency Medicine and now, more than ever, it is vital that we ensure that trainees’ needs are being met on both an educational and personal level.

The responses have provided an invaluable insight into the experience of EM Trainees in Ireland, both on a formal training scheme (Core Specialist Training in Emergency Medicine (CSTEM) & Advanced Specialist Training in Emergency Medicine (ASTEM) and Non-Scheme Trainees. Uniquely this year, we have also examined aspects of trainees’ wellness and well-being in a bid to identify areas in need of improvement.

IEMTA Member Survey

In an effort to gain a greater understanding of the challenges facing NCHDs working in Emergency Medicine, IEMTA are launching the second iteration of our Member Survey.

This year we’ve expanded the survey to include CSTEM, ASTEM and Non-Scheme Trainees working in Emergency Medicine in Ireland. On average, it will will take approximately 10-12 minutes to complete.

Please complete this survey as honestly as possible. Your responses will help direct how IEMTA can best represent your views to the ICEMT, IAEM, Dept of Health and beyond as well as help shape EM Training in Ireland going forward.

Access the survey here:

Driving Change in the ED

IEMTA are delighted to announce our first Quality Improvement Webinar. It’ll take place on Friday 23rd October from 08:30-15:30.

This is a must for anyone planning a Quality Improvement Project!

Registration is available here