ED Procedures Courses
The one-day Critical ED Procedures Course is specifically designed to meet the procedural learning and CPD needs of Consultant Emergency Physicians and senior Emergency Registrars/Advanced ACEM trainees.
Participants from other specialties are also welcome on the course, including rural General Practitioners, ICU, Anaesthetic and Surgical trainees and fellows.
We can also develop bespoke course content tailored to the needs of your senior ED medical staff and your equipment.
“As a FACEM in a busy ED, it is a challenge to fit in on-the-floor skills maintenance, particularly for the rare but important skills. The Critical Procedures Course was a cost-and time-effective way of brushing up on those critical skills (and MOPS points!) in a friendly and knowledgeable atmosphere”. _ Simon
“I felt it was important that I write and let you know how valuable I found the Critical Procedures Course on February 3rd. As you know the Austin EP group have been grappling with the growing problem of skills atrophy in the setting of the “4 hour rule” and procedure hungry trainees. The Critical Procedures Course that you put together was an excellent way for our EPs to revise and learn procedural skills and of course help fulfil the ACEM credentialing requirements. I felt the course content and skills stations were well thought out and intelligently presented in a realistic clinical context. For anxious older EPs such as myself, I also thought that you were able to create a good learning environment which was supportive and allowed EPs to discuss challenges and issues safely. Well done and thank you. I look forward to our next group of EPs going through the course in 6 months”. _ Dr. Fergus Kerr
Director of Emergency Medicine
Medical Director – Medicine and Emergency CSU
Acting Medical Director of Molecular Imaging and Therapy
“Andy Buck and George Douros put on an excellent day of education for our Austin Critical Procedures Course. The flexibility of being able to design a one day course for the specific needs of an audience from our ED was great. For ED consultants who struggle to compete with their registrars for opportunities to practice and learn procedures a course like this is gold. Just the right mix of discussion and practical hands on training. The teaching resources and the facility that Andy has set up is a testament to the dedication and commitment that he has for emergency medicine education. Thanks heaps”. _ Michael Geluk