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Please note, we are unable to accept cancellations or issue refunds for on-demand access purchased after the live event date. Access will be provided to the content within 2 working days of registering for the event, and you will be emailed when you are able to view the event materials. When registering for online access you will be sent an evaluation form regarding the event. Completing the form is mandatory in order to receive a CPD certificate. You will be able to view the full terms and conditions when booking.

+ Mental health emergencies (available until 2 November 2024)

This study day will focus on understanding how to manage high-risk mental health patients with compassion. Delegates will gain powers to keep patients safe, and learn how to deal with complex cases, including High Intensity Users and younger age groups. This event will consider new guidance, insights from patients and mental health professionals, as well as potentials in research.

Learning objectives: 

  • How to maintain safe care for patients in mental health crisis
  • Understanding capacity and how to use the MCA and MHA
  • Designing and implementing High Intensity Use Services
  • Providing compassionate care in challenging situations
  • Furthering the research agenda in EM Mental Health Care

SLOs: 5, 7, 10, 11

Syllabus areas covered: MHP1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
and MHC1, 2, 4 and 8

GMC domains: 1, 2, 3, 4

Fees: Please click here for full registration rates

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 2 November 2024

+ Annual Scientific Conference 2023 Boxset (available until 28 September 2024)

Event summary:

The Annual Scientific Conference is our flagship conference with three days of CPD accredited learning, updates on the latest research in the emergency medicine, and keynote talks from national and international speakers. Register to watch all track-1 sessions. Complete the evaluation form sent in your confirmation email to gain a CPD certificate once you’ve watched the event in full.

Fees: Please click here for full registration rates

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 28 September 2024

+ Obstetric medicine for the EM physician (available until 17 October 2024)

Medical complications in pregnancy represent the leading cause of death in pregnancy. This event is aimed at EM physicians at all stages in their career and covers the investigation and management of the common life-threatening problems including cardiac disease, neurological disease and maternal collapse. Accredited for 8 CPD points, it focuses on the initial management of these complications and includes 3 case based discussions which are tailored to the EM curriculum and feature patient representatives.

Learning objectives:

  • To recognise life-threatening medical conditions in the pregnant women
  • To discuss investigation and management of commonly presenting medical problems in pregnancy
  • To gain confidence regarding safety of radiological investigations and drugs in pregnancy
  • To sign-post to relevant evidence-based guidance you can use in future

SLOs: 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 11 and 12

GMC Domains: 1, 2 and 3

Fees: Please click here for full registration rates

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 17 October 2024

+ Eating disorders in the ED (available until 5 September 2024)

This event gives insight into the physical and mental impact of eating disorders on patients and their carers. It will introduce the new Medical Emergencies in Eating Disorders (MEED) guidelines which are essential for correctly managing these patients in the ED.

Learning objectives: 

  • What are the different types of eating disorders
  • How people with eating disorders might present to the Emergency Department, in particular those cases where it is hidden
  • The MEED Guidelines to guide treatment of those presenting acutely with an eating disorder

SLOs: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11

Syllabus areas:

CC3

CP3&4

GP4&9

MHP2,4&5

MHC 2,3,8

EnP2&3

EnC2

NepP1

NepC3

SaP1

SaC1

GMC Domains: 1, 2, 3 and 4

Fees: Please click here for full registration rates

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 5 September 2024

+ The really useful guide to leading and managing your ED (available until 28 August 2024)

The really useful guide to leading and managing your ED is back this year with a focus on quality.

The expert guest speakers will cover the below themes:

  • Leadership, and leading for quality
  • Understanding difference perspectives on quality
  • Measuring quality
  • What do we really mean by valuing staff?
  • What does the future for quality in EM hold?

Learning objectives

  • To develop a deeper understanding of the issues surrounding leadership for quality in Emergency Medicine
  • To become more comfortable with the concept of leading in the midst of complexity
  • To understand how you can have an impact on improving quality

SLOs: 11 and 12

GMC domains: 1, 2 and 3

Fees: Please click here for full registration rates

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 28 August 2024

+ Cambridge trauma futures (available until 24 August 2024)

Cambridge Trauma Futures is a 3-day virtual conference aiming to provide a broad range of trauma topics for clinicians from all specialties and backgrounds involved in the care of trauma patients.

Each day will focus on a different theme:

Day 1 – Prehospital topics

Day 2 – All things ED trauma

Day 3 – Trauma beyond the ED

Learning objectives:

  • To provide broad ranging trauma presentations relevant to those involved in frontline trauma care from a mix of backgrounds including doctors of all grades, nurses and ACPs
  • To provide a ‘roadside to recovery’ range of speakers and presentations
  • To provide a mix of clinical talks and allied presentations focussing on other relevant aspects of trauma care for example trauma aftercare

SLOs: 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10

Syllabus areas covered: RP4, RP7, TP 1-7, 10, TC2

GMC domains covered: 1 and 3

Fees:

RCEM Member £278.10
RCEM Member Nurse/Student/Foundation Doctor £184.55
Non-Member £462.65
LMIC RCEM Member £108
LMIC RCEM Nurse/Student/Foundation Doctor Member £54

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 24 August 2024

+ Moving healthcare forward in the ED: Lessons and learning from refugee and inclusion health (available until 9 August 2024)

Access to essential and quality healthcare remains a significant challenge for populations forced from their homes. Whether due to politics, climate change or conflict, the impact on emergency care systems is significant. We will explore the principles and approaches needed for us to meet the challenges and opportunities in this complex health environment.

Learning objectives: 

  • Understand the importance of global and humanitarian contexts of forced migration, and its impact on the NHS
  • Understand the principles, policies, challenges and opportunities in delivering inclusion and migrant healthcare
  • Appreciate the approaches in patient consultation, assesment and management models for Inclusion Health groups
  • Appreciate the value of partnerships and collaborative working as well as explore professional development opportunities in this sector.

SLOs covered: 7, 9, 10, 11, 12

GMC domains covered: 1, 2, 3 and 4

Fees: Please click here for full registration rates

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 9 August 2024

+ How to manage the transition from trainee to consultant: Small step, not a giant leap (available until 7 August 2024)

This event aims to support colleagues in the important transition between trainee and consultant, taking in professional behaviour, tips and tricks for the first few years, avoiding pitfalls, understanding the bigger picture, practical advice including job planning, driving quality improvement ideas, and sustainability for a career in EM.

SLOs: SLO 12 Manage, Administer and Lead

GMC domains covered: 1, 2, 3 and 4

Fees: Please click here for full registration rates

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 7 August 2024

+ The forgotten tribe: Adolescents in the ED (available until 11 July 2024)

This event will increase delegates’ awareness of adolescent health issues in the Emergency Department environment.

Learning objectives

  • Define the key themes in acute adolescent medicine
  • Describe treatment options for acute mental and sexual health conditions
  • Review current approaches to address the safeguarding needs of young people
  • Explore different communication approaches to use with young people
  • Review the important components of consent and capacity as relating to young people

Fees: Please click here for full registration rates

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 11 July 2024

+ Delirium in the ED (available until 10 July 2024)

Event summary:

Delirium is an acute confusional state caused by physical illness. It is a common reason for hospital admission, yet poorly diagnosed and managed. This event includes a range of speakers to give an expert guide to the assessment and management of delirium, including consideration of delirium as a patient safety issue.

Learning objectives

  • The importance of delirium detection in the ED
  • How to assess and manage delirium in ED
  • Consider the role of different practitioners in delirium care
  • Consider different models of delivering delirium care

Fees: Please click here for full registration rates

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 10 July 2024

+ Caring for patients with learning disability, autism or complex needs in the ED (available until 6 June 2024)

Autistic people and people with a learning disability face health inequalities, are likely to die earlier and are more likely to die from a treatable cause of death. This event looks at the reasons and discusses opportunities to enhance care. We’ll hear from public health experts, learning disability specialists, allied health professionals, patients, families and ED physicians and explore the patient’s pathway through the ED and the role emergency staff play in improving outcomes.

Learning objectives:

  • Introduction to learning disability and autism
  • Health inequalities faced by autistic people and people with a learning disability
  • Communication and assessment strategies
  • Recognising the patient at increased risk
  • Patient-centred care
  • The law in relation to provision of healthcare to vulnerable patients

SLOs covered: SLO 1, 5, 7

Syllabus areas covered: XC3

GMC domains covered: Domains 1, 2, 3, 4, 7

Fees:

Please click here to view the full rates as a PDF

Non-member: £171.35

RCEM Member: £103.00

RCEM Member Nurse/Student/Foundation Doctor: £68.35

LMIC RCEM Member: £40

LMIC RCEM Nurse/Student/Foundation Doctor Member: £20

Check here for a list of low income countries
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Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 6 June 2024

+ Spring CPD Conference 2023 Boxset (available until 20 April 2024)

The Spring CPD programme focusses on areas of your practice that are rapidly changing, pose frequent clinical dilemmas or occur with a rarity that warrants regular review. Complete the evaluation form sent in your confirmation email to gain a CPD certificate once you’ve watched the event in full.

Fees: Please click here for full registration rates

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 20 April 2024

+ Clinical toxicology (available until 5 April 2024)

The clinical toxicology study day will provide acute and emergency physicians with the latest management in treating poisoning from common and more unusual toxins.

Learning objectives:

  • To provide an update on the presentation and management of common acute poisoning to the Emergency Department
  • To cover relevant RCEM curriculum requirements and on-going training/exposure appropriate for revalidation
  • To understands the common toxidromes.
  • To understand complex presentations of patients who presents with life threatening poisoning.

SLOs:

SLO1 – Care for physiologically stable adult patients presenting to acute care across the full range of complexity.

SLO2 – Support the ED team by answering clinical questions and making safe decisions.

SLO 3 – Identify sick adult patients, be able to resuscitate and stabilise and know when it is appropriate to stop

SLO7 – Deal with complex and challenging situations in the workplace

Fees:

Please click here to view the full rates as a PDF

Non-member: £171.35

RCEM Member: £103.00

RCEM Member Nurse/Student/Foundation Doctor: £68.35

LMIC RCEM Member: £40

LMIC RCEM Nurse/Student/Foundation Doctor Member: £20

Check here for a list of low income countries
Check here for a list of mid-income countries

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 5 April 2024

+ Older people in the ED (available until 8 March 2024)

Come and join us for the first RCEM study day devoted to all things frailty! Starting with an interactive morning session hearing from members of the RCEM Older Person in Emergency Medicine, Special Interest Group (OPEM SIG) as they discuss frailty care in the Emergency Department and show case some of the amazing frailty work taking place in departments around the country. Aiming to inspire, share best practice and learn from each other.

The afternoon has a Quality Improvement (QI) theme, discussing and learning QI methodology, to help provide best care for older patients living with frailty in the Emergency Department.

Learning objectives:

  • Practical advice on how to care for older patients living with frailty in the Emergency Department
  • Showcase of frailty/GEM teams in action in the Emergency Department
  • Update your knowledge on QI methodology and how to apply it to improve the care of older patients in the ED.

Fees:

Please click here to view the full rates as a PDF

Non-member: £171.35

RCEM Member: £103.00

RCEM Member Nurse/Student/Foundation Doctor: £68.35

LMIC RCEM Member: £40

LMIC RCEM Nurse/Student/Foundation Doctor Member: £20

Check here for a list of low income countries
Check here for a list of mid-income countries

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 8 March 2024

 

+ How to provide environmentally sustainable emergency care (available until 6 March 2024)

This study day takes an in-depth look at the links between the climate crisis and our patients health and have a focus on how the climate crisis exacerbates long standing inequality in society.

We will outline how healthcare itself is contributing to the climate and ecological emergency and how the various UK health systems are responding to this.

We will learn how you can use the GreenED framework to take practical steps to improve the environmental sustainability of our practice of emergency medicine.

Finally, we will learn about the work going on by healthcare organisations to advocate for swift societal action on climate change and how we can get involved.

Learning objectives

SLO 1 – Care for physiologically stable adult patients presenting to acute care across the full range of complexity

SLO 2 -Support the ED team by answering clinical questions and making safe decisions

SLO 5 – Care for children of all ages in the ED, at all stages of development and children with complex needs

SLO 11 – Participate in and promote activity to improve the quality and safety of patient care

Syllabus

Environmental emergencies

ENvC1 heat stroke and heat exhaustion

ENV C8 Bites and envenomations typical for the UK

IC& Malaria

MHC8 suicide

MHC7 stress disorders

RC1 Asthma

RP2 breathlessness

XC1 major incident management

NEP C1 acute kidney injury

GMC domains

Domain 1

Domain 2

Domain 4

Fees:

Please click here to view the full rates as a PDF

Non-member: £171.35

RCEM Member: £103.00

RCEM Member Nurse/Student/Foundation Doctor: £68.35

LMIC RCEM Member: £40

LMIC RCEM Nurse/Student/Foundation Doctor Member: £20

Check here for a list of low income countries
Check here for a list of mid-income countries

Programme: View the programme

Registration: Register now

Available until: 6 March 2024



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