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The ICEM2019 workshop is to encourage in-depth discussion of various issues and to provide opportunities for individuals or groups to bring a range of participants to focus on specific areas.
• To register the workshop, all participants need to register ICEM2019 conference first.
• All workshops are requiring minimum person and if it is not reached, the workshop can be cancelled with notice to participants.
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Specifically designed for healthcare providers who are exploring point of care ultrasound to enhance management of the patient with acute lung pathologies. Covering lung ultrasound in detail, supported by basic point of care echocardiographic evaluation, the course presents a systematic and comprehensive assessment with ultrasound,. This focused and targeted evaluation aims to enable a rapid and effective decision making, and improve triage, diagnostic, therapeutic and monitoring capabilities. Lectures are condensed and delivered in an interactive format. The Hands-on Training is the cornerstone of the program. During these sessions, trainees will be guided to perform bedside scans on volunteers with normal findings, pathological simulations, and practice intervention skills. With time set aside for bedside scanning and keeping the trainer to trainee ratio at maximum of 1:5, participants will have ample opportunities to practice during the Hands-on Training sessions. This course will lay the foundation required of the healthcare provider in using point of care lung ultrasound in the management of their patients, including those who are critically ill.• Registration Fee: USD 220
The ECG is a crucial method treating patients, however the interpretation is fraught with difficulties. So, to resolve your stifling feeling and curiosity, we prepared the advancement course.
As formerly informed, the electrocardiography workshop is not a typical lecture. It goes along a small group discussion, this will, I’m pretty sure, aid you to build up comprehensive knowledge about ECG more efficiently.
Instructors, currently in service in emergency centers, who are in charge of treatment of patients will give you valuable instructions to interpret ECG. We expect interest and participation of many residents and specialists.
1.Examine whether STEMI or NOT, How to find out culprit artery, ECG that does NOT inhere ST elevation but must be treated as STEMI
2.Algorithm that goes through differential diagnosis of wide complex tachycardia
This is an one-day critical care training program for hospital providers who take care of the patients with post-cardiac arrest syndrome. The participants will be learned the state-of-the-art knowledge and practical tips for post-cardiac arrest care and targeted temperature management (TTM) through a simulation-based active learning program with international subject matter experts.• Registration Fee: USD 500
The purpose of this workshop is to foster EMS system and medical direction and to further comply with international standards. This course will include discussion with EMS physician and professionals from number of different system that will develop EMS system for further problem solving. Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to understand the process for implementation and review of protocol, policy and procedure development.• Registration Fee: USD 100
Asian Excellence in Prehospital Injury Care-Torso injury is focused on improvement of prehospital care for torso injury to avoid life-threatening conditions and resuscitate the patient more effectively. Most critical organs are housed within the torso. Chest Trauma could be life-threatening condition if not promptly identified during primary survey. Likewise, abdominal and pelvic injuries could be a cause of preventable death.
In this course, lecture, hands on skill session and case scenario simulation using high fidelity trauma manikin will be operated. At the end of this course, the participants will understand and be able to teach the following aspects of prehospital Torso Injury care:
1-Epidemiology and pathophysiology of Traumatic shock
2-General Approach ABCDEF
3-Prehospital identification and management of chest injury
4-Prehospital identification and management of abdominal &pelvic injury
5-Prehospital trauma management in pediatric patient
6-Prehospital ultrasound for trauma patient
SEARCH 9Es; Multi-Focused Multi-Organ PoCUS in the critically ill.
SEARCH is an abbreviation of “Sonographic Evaluation of Aetiology for Respiratory difficulty, Chest pain or Hypotension”. You can SEARCH the cause of difficulty breathing, chest pain or low blood pressure with this protocol.
When pathogenesis occurs, the lungs and the heart go through related changes. Therefore, exam of the Multi-Organ (lungs, heart, aorta, IVC, etc) at the same time can enhance understanding of the disease. For the faster and more systematic examination, the contents of the SEARCH are focused into nine categories (Multi-Focused, 9Es). Participants will be taught these 9 components by dictatic lectures and hands-on skill labs. This process allows you to integrate findings of pulmonary and cardiac ultrasonography and to develop your ability to make decisions.
Lectures are condensed and delivered in an interactive format. The Hands-on Training is the cornerstone of the program. During these sessions, trainees will be guided to perform bedside scans on volunteers with normal findings, pathological simulations, and practice intervention skills. Participants will have enough opportunities to practice during the Hands-on Training sessions. (Keeping the trainer to trainee ratio at maximum of 1:3, during bedside scanning)
Please see the following article for more information. bit.ly/search_preread1 bit.ly/search_preread2
In this course, physicians who treat pediatric emergency patients and critically ill pediatric patients are taught how to use ultrasound, diseases and conditions that require ultrasound, and how to implement them. Participants are trained and practiced for the above. Through this workshop, You can performed ultrasound directly on pediatric emergency patients and critically ill pediatric patients, and the ability to make decisions by integrating ultrasound and physical examination findings can be developed.• Registration Fee: USD 330
Basic Life Support (BLS) is the first level of care for a person in cardiac arrest. During KBLS Provider course, certified instructors will guide and support you in the learning process. This course is a half day hands-on course that based on the guideline of KBLS 2015 which was developed by KACPR (Korean Association of CPR). Target audiences are doctors, nurses and EMTs. And after successful completion of this course, participants can get valid certificate from KACPR. Though this course, you can learn BLS with use of AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and manual defibrillator and team-based CPR in pre-hospital or in-hospital scenario.• Registration Fee: USD 300
This workshop is being run by the IFEM Researh Committee to assist junior researchers in developing their research skills. As clinical research requires a wide range of skills, This workshop is designed to cover the entire scope of a research project. Topics will include development of the research question, designing the protocol, ethics approval, study methodology, data collection and storage, biostatistics, manuscript preparation and results presentation. The workshop will comprise a range of informal presentations on specific topics and a range of tracks from which attendees can choose. There will also be one-on-one mentoring sessions for attendees to meet with sorkshop faculty to discuss a research project that they are planning or undertaking. This workshop will be most suitable for those who have an interest in undertaking emergency medicine research and would like to learn more about the process and skills from experienced researchers.• Registration Fee: USD 200
Asian Excellence in Prehospital Injury Care Traumatic Brain Injury (Asian EPIC-TBI) course is focused on improvement of prehospital care for TBI to reduce secondary insult after injury accident. During prehospital care for TBI, EMS providers should prevent hypoxia, hypotension and hyperventilation. In this course, lecture, hands on skill session and case scenario simulation using high fidelity trauma manikin will be operated. At the end of this course, the participants will understand and be able to teach the following aspects of Adult and Pediatric Prehospital Traumatic Brain Injury care:
1. The epidemiology of TBI
2. The pathophysiology of TBI
3. Prehospital TBI management goals
4. Hands-on Prehospital airway management of TBI
5. Hands-on Prehospital management of hypoxia during TBI
6. Hands-on Prehopsital ventilation during TBI
7. Hands-on Prehospital management of blood pressure during TBI
8. Multi-provider team management of TBI
• Registration Fee: USD 100
• Required No. of participants: 24
Hemodynamic monitoring is essential in the diagnosis and management of critically ill patients. Although the use of invasive hemodynamic monitoring has decreased recently, it still provides us with important information about the status of critically ill patients, including the response to fluid therapy (or goal-directed therapy). However, most invasive hemodynamic monitoring tools require considerable knowledge and skill. Therefore, through this workshop, we anticipate that all participants will be able to gain knowledge on the basic principles, limitations and complications, as well as skill, for various monitoring tools currently used in the ICUs.
• Registration Fee: USD 220
• Required No. of participants: 20
Mechanical ventilation is an essential skill in treating critical patients. We aim to enable physicians who are new to Ventilator to understand the basic principles and indications of related the mechanical ventilation, and do the initial application and problem solving by themselves without anyone's assistance.• Registration Fee: USD 150
Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA) has emerged as a salvage technique changing the paradigm in the management of non-compressible torso hemorrhage. However, REBOA procedure is still unfamiliar and is difficult to be performed because of the absence of knowledge, experience and an appropriately trained physicians. So, we will give a lecture and hands-on course on REBOA. Lectures and discussions aim to enable an effective decision making, sharing experiences, and the goal of hands-on course was provided to develop the endovascular skills of participants as well. All participants were provided with course learning materials (Concept of REBOA, AABCD concept and sheath upsizing, How to do it?, What would you do?, Post-REBOA management and pitfall) and a demonstration video clip. The endovascular training for REBOA (ET-REBOA) hands-on course consisted of 2 sections using the separate model: the first was an ultrasound-guided 5-Fr sheath insertion on the puncture model (Femoral Vascular Access Lower Torso Ultrasound Model). Second was an upsizing course from 5-Fr sheath to 7-Fr sheath. Third was a balloon inflation in zones I and III on the vascular circuit model (Endo Vascular Evaluator) using 7 Fr RESCUE BalloonTM. In the third section, participants should choose REBOA zone I or III among randomly assigned 2 scenarios. The checkpoint is as follows: Sheath insertion step (sheath priming, ultrasound-guided vascular puncture, and sheath placement) and balloon insertion/inflation step (guidewire and balloon priming, no balloon test, measuring the balloon position through landmark of body region, check the guidewire position and tip positioning, replacement of the guidewire to stiff wire before balloon inflation, check the balloon position). During these sessions, trainees will be guided to perform all procedures and be kept the trainer to trainee ratio at maximum of 1:4. Participants will have ample opportunities to practice during the Hands-on training sessions. We believe that ET-REBOA hands-on course could be an effective curriculum for the development of endovascular skills for performing REBOA.• Registration Fee: USD 380
'Transitioning to paramedic practice' is an undergraduate capstone course in a paramedic program within Australia. Capstone courses are designed to produce work ready graduates and aim to prepare students to move into the workforce with knowledge translation of both didactic learning and classroom activities into real life paramedic professional practice. Many universities struggle to prepare students adequately for the real life environment, and capstone courses assist to overcome these obstacles.
In this workshop, through problem-based learning activities, you will have a unique experience of the Australian way of integrating education with the principles and theories of paramedicine knowledge, skill and decision-making performance. It is highly recommended for paramedic students, graduates and instructors who are interested in competent and professional practice training.
In this workshop we explore the process of designing, preparing, and creating a high-impact medical podcast. With some quick hands on sessions participants will acquire the technical skills needed to create their own medical podcast using nothing more than a smartphone and home computer. In addition to the technical skills we will also cover an evidence based approach to selecting high-yield subject matter, creating an outline/script and discuss various approaches to interviewing guests. At the conclusion of the workshop we will divide into small groups to create a brief educational podcast. The produced podcast segments will be published by HIPPO Education, an international education company with over 40,000 monthly podcast listeners.• Registration Fee: USD 80
This course is for multidisciplinary professionals, who are involved in ECPR and try to set up the prehospital & inhospital system for ECPR. After our course, the participants can make decision of initiation, maintenance of ECPR, and detect and solve the problems after implementation of ECMO. The participants can understand ECPR as an alternative resuscitative method in the extension of ACLS and post-cardiac arrest care and a bridge method for correcting etiology of arrest. They can consider the regional variations of strategies for ECPR, and make an adequate ECPR strategy for application.• Registration Fee: USD 250
The trauma workshop will be divided into three areas of focus for participants.
We will have three 20 minute talks on Trauma Systems and various ways to develop or enhance existing programs depending on resources.
We will then break into small groups based on level of resources and experience so participants have interactive discussions on ways to help improve their trauma systems in their respective countries.
Lastly, we will break out and practice procedural skills that are trauma related. We will utilize either simulation or live models for ultrasound exams or if we can obtain industry or local medical school support, then we will try to have cadaver specimens if allowed.
Procedures will include airway (direct, video and fiber optic), crichothyrodotomy, central lines, intraosseous access, chest tubes, lateral canthotomy, focused assessment with sonography in trauma (FAST) exam, complex laceration repair.
South Korea has one of the highest suicide rates in the world and the rate of suicide in the United States has been rising. Depression is a common, often unrecognized and treatable disease in emergency department patients. The management of suicidality is a critical skill for physicians according to the American Board of Emergency Medicine. This workshop will examine the etiology of, current treatment of and possible improvements to the management of depression and suicidality in emergency department patients. We have speaker commitments from US members of IFEM’s Behavioural Emergencies Special Interest Group and we hope to add Korean speaker(s) with IFEM’s assistance in order to create a bicultural collaborative workshop experience.• Registration Fee: USD 100
This session will focus on on "negotiating the politics of emergency medicine implementation" or "advocacy for emergency medicine" to meet needs of colleagues at various stages of EM development. Faculty include members of the IFEM Specialty Implementation and Communications Committees. Participants will practice strategies for communicating with local and national government and non-governmental partners as well as media and the community to advocate for specific EM needs. The Specialty Implementation Committee developed toolkit will be introduced to participants with opportunities to practice utilizing the contents as well as participate in the identification of ongoing needs and the development of new contents for the toolkit.• Registration Fee: TBD
Patients in the emergency department often need to undergo painful, distressing, or unpleasant diagnostic and therapeutic procedures as part of their acute care process. Therefore Procedural Sedation and Analgesia (PSA) performed by emergency physicians is a necessary skill to reduce discomfort, apprehension, and potential unpleasant memories.
PSA is potentially associated with complications and must be seen as a high-risk procedure. Due to the inherent risks, it is important that doctors are aware of and follow available national, international and local guidelines.
PSA must only be performed under absolutely safe condition by health care providers who are trained in monitoring sedated patients and who are trained in recognizing and handling all possible adverse events to avoid complications.
Furthermore it is crucial that adequate training should be followed to ensure the knowledge and skills to safely administer PSA and to treat possible adverse events to avoid complications.
With the SAFE ER PSA course we will give the participants an overview over existing national and international guidelines, show them how to prepare the patient and the environment to perform safe PSA on the Accident and Emergency Department and how to treat the most common adverse events to avoid complications related to PSA.
After an introduction with some short presentations we will mainly train with simulated patients in hands-on workshops.
Doctors who will follow the training must be adequately trained in advanced life support and airway management skills.
We propose a workshop which focuses on improving Quality and Safety in the Emergency Department by focusing on enablers and barriers to high quality care, implementing useful Quality Indicators for measuring performance and methods of Quality Improvement to achieve sustained change.• Registration Fee: TBD