ACEP 2019 - Denver, CO

Emergency Systems Pre-Conference Workshops

 
 
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FELLOWS BOOT CAMP FOR UNDERSTANDING EMERGENCY CARE SYSTEMS

OCTOBER 25, 2019

Join expert global emergency care physicians for a day of networking and exposure to core concepts and approaches to building emergency care systems in resource limited settings. The curriculum will build the foundation of knowledge and awareness about key new tools and indicators. While this is targeted toward fellows, all clinicians interested in building this knowledge base are welcome!

Proposed topics:

Part I: Conceptualizing of Emergency Care Systems

Seeking Care – Patient centered systems
Reaching Care – Prehospital Care and Transfer
Receiving Quality Care at Facility – Trends and Challenges
WHO Tools for Emergency Care

Part II: Health System Specifics – Making it work

Health Workforce
Medical Products and Technology
Measuring success at System and Service Delivery Level
Leadership/Governance/Finance

Part III: Interventions and Reality

Introduction to Implementation Science
Best Practice in Education Efforts in LMICs
Funding Streams
The Fellow’s Primer for Global Emergency Care Professionalization
How to be an Effective Fellow

 

WHO/ICRC BASIC EMERGENCY CARE FACILITATOR COURSE

OCTOBER 25 & 26, 2019

WHO Basic Emergency Care (BEC): Approach to the Acutely Ill and Injured is an open-access training course developed by the WHO and ICRC in collaboration with the International Federation of Emergency Medicine. Syndrome-based content and skills training is intended for frontline healthcare providers managing acute illness and injury with limited resources. This two-day, in-person course will fulfill the didactic component of BEC facilitator training. After completing the course on October 25th and 26th, you will become a BEC Provisional Facilitator and you will be eligible to teach in the field alongside BEC experts to complete your BEC Instructor training.

The training on October 25-26th, 2019 is sponsored by the ACEP International Emergency Medicine Section and provided by member institutions of the Academic Consortium for Emergency Care Systems (ACES).