Another great day in Exeter at the College scientific conference. Superbly organised by Adam Reuben and his colleagues with a fantastic, engaging, entertaining and accessible program. It has been a real triumph of a conference in a venue outside of the major conurbations. We can all learn from the organising teams enthusiasm, creativity and general Joie de Vivre.
In addition check out Jon Jones’ site on UK EM Trauma with further summaries on trauma related issues from the day.
— CEM Exeter 2014 (@cemexeter2014) September 10, 2014
This year CEM has started to properly embrace #FOAMed. In contrast to past experiments we are now beginning to see a realisation that #FOAMed can work alongside traditional learning organisations to the benefit of members, the wider EM community and of course to our patients.
— RCEM VP (@RCEMvp) September 10, 2014
On a personal note I got to meet up with some great colleagues from the #FOAMed world and realised (once again) how much we all have in common. Sadly I also missed a load of people that I really wanted to talk to which is a real shame but I hope there will be other times to get together soon.
— Simon Carley (@EMManchester) September 11, 2014
So. To the final day highlights. Again we are delighted to see short summaries of talks given at the conference available on the day and free to access. This is surely the future for the conference and something that I hope we can sustain into 2015 and the next college conference in Manchester.
Next stop Manchester!.. #CEM2015MCR
— Rick Body (@richardbody) September 11, 2014
Now the talks…….
- 1. David Wise on Traumatic Cardiac Arrest (JFDI)
- 2. Anthony Kehoe on the inconvenient truth of major (silver) trauma
- 3. The (just amazingly wonderful) Anne Weaver on traumatic bleeding
1. David Wise on Traumatic Cardiac Arrest (JFDI)
2. Anthony Kehoe on the inconvenient truth of major (silver) trauma
3. The (just amazingly wonderful) Anne Weaver on traumatic bleeding