Our courses cover theory and hands-on practical skill procedure training for doctors who work in the ED, or who need to be able to perform life-saving emergency procedures.
We offer set courses covering the main ED procedures for junior and senior doctors, and we can also bespoke course content and tailor it to the needs of your senior ED medical staff and your equipment.
The 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, so access is restricted for this course, however others can attend including rural General Practitioners, ICU, Anaesthetic and Surgical trainees and fellows.
ED Procedures is run by Emergency Trauma Management, which also runs the popular ETM Course. The content has been created by two Melbourne Emergency Physicians, Andy Buck, and George Douros.
Andy is the co-creator and current director of the ETM Course, he is the co-producer of the monthly Australian edition of the world-famous EM:RAP podcast, and also runs the free ACEM Fellowship Exam blog, EDExam
George is a passionate Emergency Medicine educator, and is well known in Australia for his contribution to RSI checklists, extubation guides, plastering and joint reduction tips, and for developing the widely used “Own the Oxylog” guides to invasive and non-invasive ventilation with the Oxylog 3000 Ventilator.
Currently the courses are run at the APLS Head Office, Level 5/505 Little Collins St in Melbourne’s CBD. Follow us on Facebook and/or Twitter for updates about new course locations.
Held in central Melbourne, this 1-day course will allow advanced ACEM/ACRRM/RACGP trainees, ACEM Certificate & Diploma candidates, FACEMs and GPs to learn and practice a wide range of critical ED procedures in one day.