Come and join us on the 4th and 5th of May for the EMS Gathering 2017, where you will be treated to an inspiring few days with colleagues and friends in the beautiful surroundings of Kinsale, County Cork.
The two-day programme will have something for all those interested in pre-hospital emergency care irrespective of qualification or experience.Top class national and international experts will deliver education in a style and location that will leave a lasting impression.
SMACC (Social Media and Critical Care) is a health promotion charity. It is based on the philosophy of FOAM (Free Open Access Medical education – #FOAMed). The organising committee gives their time freely and receives no financial benefit. This in part explains the wonderful passions for philanthropy, sharing, education and innovation that make this critical care community so unique.
SMACC has seen spectacular growth since its humble beginnings. The Conference has grown from an enthusiastic idea into a global leader amongst critical care events. Whilst SMACC is primarily a high quality, academic meeting, the real reason behind this growth is the enormous and inspiring energy of the critical care community itself. SMACC crosses traditional hierarchies, professional barriers and international borders. It is a community that is centered on the pursuit of excellence in patient care and a passion for sharing this as widely as possible.
“The 4th Irish Paediatric Emergency Research Meeting is taking place on Friday the 7th July in the Centre for Learning and Development in Tallaght Hospital commencing at 10am. The purpose of this meeting is to give trainees and nursing colleagues in Paediatrics and Emergency Medicine to present research and audits which they have undertaken on paediatric patients in combined EDs, Paediatric EDs or paediatric acute units. There will also be guest lectures on topics relevant to Paediatric Emergency Medicine. Lunch is provided and attendance is free for trainees and 30 euros for consultants. The meeting is again generously sponsored by Global Medics. I hope that you will join us for what has proven to be an interesting and stimulating day of study.
Unique International Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Conference
Friday 15th & Saturday 16th September 2017
Confirmed speakers to date:
Prof Jeff Kline, Prof Clive Kearon, Prof Menno Huisman; Prof Beverley Hunt; Dr Jan Bayer Westendorf; Dr Peter MacMahon, Prof Simon Noble
Hogan Mezzanine Suite, Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland
Ultrasound Level 1 Sign-Off: 09:30 – 12pm
This meeting is aimed at medical students and NCHDs interested in Emergency medicine.
IEMTA Scientific Meeting is open to all and free of charge.
CPD Points will be available for this meeting.