IEMTA are delighted to announce that we are hosing an All Ireland Training Day on Friday 24th November 2017. The day is targeted at junior trainees in EM but open to all.
The programme will cover Sports Medicine in the morning and resuscitative ultrasound in the afternoon.
Full details here in the programme.
Thanks to Andy Neill & Ian Kennedy for organising the event.
IEMTA are delighted to announce our upcoming Spring Scientific Meeting in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland on Friday 28th April 2017.
We have a fantastic line-up of speakers covering some very interesting topics including:
“Non spinal Neck Trauma – Updates, perals and pitfalls”
Prof James Paul O’Neill
Professor of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery RCSI & Beaumont Hospital
“Chest Trauma – Updates, pearsl and pitfalls”
Ms Sarah Early
Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon, St James’ Hospital
A Little Night Club Medicine: Caring for Clubbers in the 21st Century
Dr Chris Luke
Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Cork
Venue: Cheyne Lecture Theatre, RCSI
Start Time: 18:15
Full Programme: IEMTA Spring 2017 – Programme
And while we are all about science – just in case you fancy a tipple or two we’ve booked Harry’s on the Green for afterwards with some finger food provided! 🙂
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IEMTA are delighted to announce their upcoming Spring Scientific Meeting in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland on Friday 28th April 2017. Finalised details of guest speakers will follow very soon!
This is a fantastic opportunity for NCHDs and medical students interested in Emergency Medicine to presnt their case reports, audits and research at a national meeting.
Abstract submissions are invited for oral and poster presentations with forms are available below to download.
Closing date for abstract submissions: 7th April 2017
Submissions and enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org please.
Please take a moment to pass on this email/documents to anyone you may feel would be interested in attending or presenting.
The SVUH Emergency Department hosts an introductory course in Emergency Medicine twice yearly and the 32nd course is taking place on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 July 2016.
This course is invaluable and highly recommended for Interns and NCHDs and covers all aspects of emergency medicine. It is designed and facilitated by emergency medicine consultants and registrars and provides useful practical workshops including, airway management, procedural sedation & local anaesthesia, suturing, x-ray interpretation, fracture management and cast application as well as ECG analysis and rhythm recognition. (Please see the attached flyer)
Please contact Gaye Moffat if you wish to book a place (note places are limited!) on +353 1 221 4207 or by email if you have any queries: email@example.com
It’s an excellent course and our previous attendees found it not only educational but also highly enjoyable.
Prof. John Ryan
Dr. D. Lillis (EM SpR)
Dr. P. Staunton (EM SpR)
Dr. C. Carroll (EM Reg)
Jul 2016 EMED Poster
Last Friday saw another fantastic IEMTA Scientific Meeting taking place, this year in the Mater Hospital. Congratulations to Mai Nguyen for all her work organising the night.
Thanks to our speakers, Dr Brian Marsh and Dr Andy Neill. Continue reading
The IEMTA Spring Scientific Meeting is taking place in the Post Graduate Centre at the Mater this Friday!
Meeting kicks off at 18:30 with speakers starting at 19:00 sharp! With SMACC Dublin and EMS Gathering conferences taking place in June, we’ve decided to keep that theme for our meeting!
Check out the programme below.
Social drinks will take place at The Back Page located just 500 meters away on Phibsborough Rd.
IEMTA Spring Programme 2016
The IEMTA Spring Scientific Meeting will take place on Friday April 29th from 18:30-21:30. This meeting is aimed at NCHDs and medical students interested in Emergency Medicine.
Venue: Catherine McCauley Post Graduate Centre, Fintan Gunne Theatre, Neslon Street – Mater Misericordiae University Hospital.
Abstract submissions are now invited for ORAL and POSTER presentations. Please use the abstract form available below, and submit abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract Submission Form – IEMTA Spring 2016
Closing Date: Friday April 8th @ 17:00
This meeting is open to all free of charge. CPD Points available.
This year’s IAEM Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Cork from 15th-17th October in the Cork County Hall. The Scientific element of the meeting will run from Thursday lunchtime until the 2015 Leo Vella lecture on late Friday afternoon. The Gala Dinner will take place on Friday evening 16th October 2015 with the IAEM AGM on the Saturday morning.
IAEM 2015 – Scientific Programme
Tickets are available to purchase on-line.
Full details available at IAEM2015.com
We would just to remind you all about the Venous thromboembolism conference taking place on Friday & Saturday September 18/19th. It is a fantastic line up of world experts giving a comprehensive update on all aspects of this topic which is relevant to most of our daily working lives.
Online booking is now possible at http://vtedublin2015.org/registration/
and at A DISCOUNTED RATE FOR TRAINEES OF 100 EURO FOR THE 2 DAY conference it is excellent value, and easily accessible as it is just down the road in Croke Park.
There will be the option for a tour of the Croke Park Museum afterwards and dinner with lively entertainment and discussion afterwards on the Friday night.
Attached is the programme and book of abstracts for IEMTA Spring Meeting this Friday 24th April at 1830 in RCSI.
Please note that we will not be providing hard copies of the book of abstracts on the evening and kindly ask you to bring your own copy or have it downloaded on your device.
All are welcome to attend the meeting. Attendance is free
IEMTA Spring 2015 Book of abstracts