Part of the St.Emlyn’s team (Rick and Simon) are down in Exeter at the annual scientific meeting of the College of Emergency Medicine.
Don’t forget to check out reports from Day 1, and Day 2 and Day 3.
We are massively missing Nat, Iain, Alan and everyone else from the team (promise to meet up soon).
The modern emergency physician #tweettastic #CEMExeter2014 pic.twitter.com/wpIHBvvrkq
— CEM Exeter 2014 (@cemexeter2014) September 10, 2014
Thus far it’s been great, with some super presentations and some fabulous hosting skills from the organising committee and in particular from Adam Reuben.
A highlight for all #foamites will be the rapid summaries of talks that are taken immediately after each presentation and then shared online via the college youtube channel. This is truly a massive step for the college to embrace #FOAMed in a fantastic way. Combined with the launch of the CEM FOAMed network it’s just FAB.
Here’s a selection for those of you who cannot be here.
- 1. Cliff Reid on RSI in the ED. Some great lessons for UK EPs.
- 2. Simon on clinical acumen in emergency medicine. What is this thing called Gestalt and why might it matter?
- 3. Rick Body on the wonders of #FOAMed
- 4. Jerry Nolan on the TTM trial implications for EDs.
- 5. Nathan Shapiro on the management of Sepsis
- 6. Jason Kendall makes the case FOR thrombolysis in stroke
- 7. Anne Maree-Kelly on the use of VBGs in the ED. If you’re going to do an ABG – use local,
First up. Cliff Reid on RSI in the ED. Some great lessons for UK EPs.
2. Simon on clinical acumen in emergency medicine. What is this thing called Gestalt and why might it matter?
3. Rick Body on the wonders of #FOAMed
4. Jerry Nolan on the TTM trial implications for EDs.
5. Nathan Shapiro on the management of Sepsis
6. Jason Kendall makes the case FOR thrombolysis in stroke
7. Anne Maree-Kelly on the use of VBGs in the ED. If you’re going to do an ABG – use local,
Final word to Iain – he’s right. Sad to be missing this, but the links to the videos and #FOAMed should help.
Very sad to be missing #CEMExeter2014 Sure it'll be a fantastic conference. Looking forward to tweets.
— Iain Beardsell (@docib) September 9, 2014
4 thoughts on “CEM conference Exeter 2014 – day 1 videos”
Superb!!! And quite the most dazzling array of special conference haircuts I’ve ever seen (seriously Simon – how do you get it to do that?). BW, Iain
Loving the fact that CEM now has a youtube channel and a podcast avail in iTunes. Really good to see the FOAMed concpet being embraced by the College
Two questions however
1/ will the slidesets be available as FOAMed for those of us who couldnt make it to Exeter?
2/ Simon Carley – what IS the secret to your hair?
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