ICEM 2012 Talks Free Online

The recent ICEM 2012 conference was a huge success on all fronts. With so many talks, it would have been impossible to hear them all — especially if, for some reason, you were stuck on the other side of the world to the host city Dublin… ICEM2014 in Hong Kong from 10-14 June 2014 should already be etched in our diaries.

Never fear, Joe Lex’s Free Emergency Talks has a huge selection of talks from the conference ready for free download. You visit http://freeemergencytalks.net/tag/icem2012/ for all the upload talks or check out this list that Joe sent me. But, before going onto the list, make sure you check out Andy Neill’s recording (from #FOAM – what is it?) of Mike’s Social Media talk from the conference if you haven’t already:

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Free Emergency Talks is AWESOME!

Day 1, Track 1

Opening Ceremony from ICEM2012, Dublin, Ireland (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-1Zp

  • 2012-06-27 D1T1 0830 Michael D. Higgins (Ireland) – Opening Ceremony – Remarks by President of Ireland – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-1Zm

Panel Discussion: Emergency Medicine, Public Health and Policy Making

Prehospital & Disaster Medicine (entire track – part off mike) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-1ZY

  • 2012-06-27 D1T1 1100 Brian Schwartz (Canada): EM Planning at the Provincial Level – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-1ZL
  • 2012-06-27 D1T1 1130 Fergal Cummins (Ireland): Developing Joined-Up Retrieval Services in Ireland – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-1ZO
  • 2012-06-27 D1T1 1200 Russell MacDonald (Canada): Critical & Adverse Events in Air Medical Transport (off microphone) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-1ZS
  • 2012-06-27 D1T1 1230 Cathal O’Donnell (Ireland): Ambulance Key Performance Indicators (off microphone) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-1ZV

Military Medicine (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21g

  • 2012-06-27 D1T1 1600 John McManus (USA): Advanced Haemostasis – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21j
  • 2012-06-27 D1T1 1630 Peter Taillac (USA): Use of Tourniquets in Civilian EMS – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21m
  • 2012-06-27 D1T1 1700 Henrik Staunstrup (Denmark): Emergency Medicine in Extreme & Hostile Environments – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21p
  • 2012-06-27 D1T1 1730 John Slish (USA): Tactical Emergency Medicine Support to Include the NASA Medicine Experience – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21s

Day 1, Track 2

Triage in Emergency Medicine (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21v

  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1100 Bridget Conway (Ireland): Development of a Modified Paediatric Triage System – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21y
  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1130 Michael Bullard (Canada): Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale (CTAS) – Lessons Learned – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21B
  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1200 Melanie Stander (South Africa): The South African Triage Scale (SATS) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21F
  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1230 Panel Discussion: The Future of ED Triage – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21I

Rapid Assessment in the Emergency (entire track) (~90 minutes) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21V

  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1400 David Rauchwerger (Canada): Rapid Assessment Zone (RAZ) – A ‘See & Treat’ Model to Increase Patient Flow – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-21Y
  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1430 John Ryan (Ireland): RAT – The Waterfall at the Head of the Streaming Process – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-221
  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1500 Grant Innes (Canada): Novel ED Throughput Processes – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-224

Advanced Practice in Emergency Medicine (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-227

  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1600 Valerie Small (Ireland): Advanced Nurse Practitioners in the Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22a
  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1630 Suzanne Mason (UK): The Role of Emergency Care Practitioners (ECPs) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22d
  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1655 Dianne Crellin (Australia): Advanced Nurse Practitioners in Paediatric EM – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22g
  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1720 Mary Dawood (UK): ED Nurse Consultants – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22k
  • 2012-06-27 D1T2 1745 David Kuhns (UK): Physician Assistants in the Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22n

Day 1, Track 3

Paediatric Trauma (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22x

  • 2012-06-27 D1T3 1100 Catherine Bevan (UK): Cervical Spine Injury in Children – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22B
  • 2012-06-27 D1T3 1130 Helen Jowett (Australia): Major Transfusion Protocols in Paediatric Trauma – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22E
  • 2012-06-27 D1T3 1200 Rachel Stanley (USA) Updates in Traumatic Brain Injury in Children – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22H
  • 2012-06-27 D1T3 1230 Ffion Davis (UK): Reconfiguration of Paediatric Trauma Services in the UK – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22K

Bonus: Greg Henry: Maintaining the Excitement in Emergency Medicine (ICEM2012) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22q

Day 1, Track 4

Cardiology

  • 2012-06-27 D1T4 1100 Brian Steinhart (Canada): BNP Prediction Model for AHF in the ED – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22V
  • 2012-06-27 D1T4 1130 Ian Stiell (Canada): ED Management of Recent Onset Atrial Fibrillation: What Is the Evidence? – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22Z
  • 2012-06-27 D1T4 1200 Amal Mattu (USA): ACS in the Elderly – Where the Guidelines Fall Short – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-232

Toxicology


Day 1, Track 5

Paediatric Majors (Entire track) (~90 minutes) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-23L

Adult Neurology (entire track – part off microphone) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-242

Day 1, Track 6 – Education and Training

  • Equipment failure – no recordings

Day 1, Track 7 – Office / Administrative

  • Not recorded

Day 1, Track 8: Research in Emergency Medicine

Study Design in EM Research (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-24n

  • 2012-06-27 D1T8 1100 Michael Schull (Canada): Health Services Research in Emergency Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-24q
  • 2012-06-27 D1T8 1130 Jacques Lee (Canada): Empiric Derivation of Clinical Prediction Rules in EM Research – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-24t
  • 2012-06-27 D1T8 1200 Roger Lewis (USA): Adaptive and Bayesian Trial Design in EM Research – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-24y
  • 2012-06-27 D1T8 1230 Alan Jones (USA): Clinical Trials in the Emergency Department Setting – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-24B

Challenges in EM Research (entire track) (~90 minutes) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-24E

  • 2012-06-27 D1T8 1400 Geraldine McMahon (Ireland): Basic Science Research in Emergency Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-24H
  • 2012-06-27 D1T8 1430 Annmarie Lassen (Denmark): Population Cohort Studies in Emergency Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-24K
  • 2012-06-27 D1T8 1500 J. Adrian Tyndall (USA): Research in Contemporary Public Health Issues in the USA – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-24O

Getting Published in Emergency Medicine Research (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-24R

Day 2, Track 1

Plenary Session: Patrick Croskerry: Clinical decision making in Emergency Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-1Zu

Prehospital and Disaster Medicine (partially recorded)

  • 2012-06-28 D2T1 1300-1500 Lightning Orals – Prehospital & Disaster Medicine (partial only) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-25n

Day 2, Track 2 – Sedation and Analgesia in the Emergency Department

Emergency Department Procedural Sedation (entire track) (~2.5 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-25s

  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 0930 Savithiri Ratnapalan (Canada): Developing Standards and Protocols for Paediatric Procedural Sedation – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-25v
  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 1000 Franz Babl (Australia): Nitrous Oxide Sedation in Paediatric Emergency Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-25A
  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 1030 Baruch Krauss (USA): Ketamine in the Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-25E
  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 1100 Abel Wakai (Ireland): Propofol in the ED – Evidence-Based Updates – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-25I
  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 1130 ED various: Future Directions in ED Procedural Sedation – Panel Discussion – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-25L

2012-06-28 D2T2 1300-1500 various: Analgesia in the Emergency Department (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-25P

  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 1300 Peter Cameron (Australia): Acupuncture in the Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-25T
  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 1330 Savithiri Ratnapalan (Canada): Non-Pharmacological Pain Management in the Paediatric ED – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-25W
  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 1400 Meredith Borland (USA): Intranasal Fentanyl in the Paediatric ED – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-25Z
  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 1430 Anne-Maree Kelly (Australia): Pain Assessment in the Emergency Department – An Evidence-Based Approach – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-262

Entire Track: Local and Regional Anaesthesia in the Emergency Department (~90 minutes) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-266

  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 1530 Aidan Gleeson (Ireland): An Overview of Regional Anaesthesia in the Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-269
  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 1600 Carol Blackburn (Ireland): Bier’s Blocks in Children – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-26c
  • 2012-06-28 D2T2 1630 Connor Nickels (USA): Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks & Regional Anaesthesia – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-26i


Day 2, Track 3 – Resuscitation and Trauma

2012-06-28 D2T3 0930-1200 Adult Trauma (entire track) (~2.5 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-26m

  • 2012-06-28 D2T3 0930 Tim Coats (UK): Haemostasis in Major Trauma – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-26q
  • 2012-06-28 D2T3 1000 Fiona Lecky (UK): Trauma Outcomes in the UK – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-26t
  • 2012-06-28 D2T3 1030 Latha Stead (USA): Updates in Traumatic Brain Injury – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-26w
  • 2012-06-28 D2T3 1100 Paul Pepe (USA): Sex, Drugs, and Resuscitation & Recovery – The Evolving Role of Hormones in Emergency Care – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-26A
  • 2012-06-28 D2T3 1130 Andrew Affleck (Canada): Lessons Learned as a Trauma Team Leader – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-26D

2012-06-28 D2T3 1300-1500 Trauma Systems (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-26G


2012-06-28 D2T4 Adult Majors

2012-06-28 D2T4 0930-1200 Seniors EM

  • 2012-06-28 D2T4 0930 Rose Anne Kenny (Ireland) – Syncope in the Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-26Z
  • 2012-06-28 D2T4 1000 Don Melady (Canada): Geriatric Mental Health in the ED – How to Better Manage Delirium, Dementia, and Depression in Older Patients – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-273
  • 2012-06-28 D2T4 1030 Jacques Lee (Canada) – IPPOD – Inter Professional Prevention of Delirium in the ED – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-276
  • 2012-06-28 D2T4 1100 Jay Banerjee (UK): The Silver Book – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-279

 

2012-06-28 D2T4 1300-1515 Respiratory Emergencies

  • 2012-06-28 D2T4 1300 Abel Wakai (Ireland): Management of Primary Spontaneous Pneumothorax – Evidence-Based Update – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27c
  • 2012-06-28 D2T4 1330 Brian Schwartz (Canada): Lessons Learned for Emergency Medicine from Respiratory SARS and H1N1 Pandemics – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27f
  • 2012-06-28 D2T4 1400 Tim Harris (UK): Non-Invasive Ventilation – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27i
  • 2012-06-28 D2T4 1500 Brian Rowe (Canada): EBM Update in ED Management of COPD – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27m

2012-06-28 D2T4 1530-1730 Cardiology

  • 2012-06-28 D2T4 1530 Eddy Lang (Canada): High Sensitivity Troponin- Bane or Bonanza for EM – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27p
  • 2012-06-28 D2T4 1600 Geraldine McMahon (Ireland): Role of Chest Pain Assessment Units in the Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27s
  • 2012-06-28 D2T4 1630 Caroline Daly (Ireland): The Role of Cardiac Imaging in the Assessment of Patients with Chest Pain of Possible ACS Origin – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27v


2012-06-28 D2T5 Paediatric Majors

2012-06-28 D2T5 0930-1200 Paediatric Majors (entire track – morning) (~2.5 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27z

  • 2012-06-28 D2T5 0930 Richard Cantor (USA): Mistakes to Avoid in Kids – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27C
  • 2012-06-28 D2T5 1015 Robert Schafermeyer (USA): Updates in Status Epilepticus in Children – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27F
  • 2012-06-28 D2T5 1045 Jason Acworth (Australia): Simple Febrile and Afebrile Seizures in Children – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27I
  • 2012-06-28 D2T5 1130 Michael Barrett (Ireland): Sickle Cell Disease in the Paediatric Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27L

2012-06-28 D2T5 1300-1500 Paediatric Majors (entire track – afternoon) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-27P

2012-06-28 D2T6 Guidelines & Care Pathways in Emergency Medicine

  • Equipment failure – not recorded

2012-06-28 D2T7 Office / Administrative

  • Equipment failure – not recorded


2012-06-28 D2T8 Overcrowding in Emergency Medicine

2012-06-28 D2T8 0930-1200 Overcrowding in EM (entire track – morning) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-286

  • 2012-06-28 D2T8 0930 Grant Innes (Canada): Provincial Overcrowding Capacity Protocol for EDs in Alberta, Canada – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-289
  • 2012-06-28 D2T8 1000 Peadar Gilligan (Ireland): Overcrowding – The Truth Will Set Us Free – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28c
  • 2012-06-28 D2T8 1030 Suzanne Mason (UK): The 4-Hour Target in UK Emergency Departments – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28f
  • 2012-06-28 D2T8 1100 Mike Ardagh (New Zealand): The ED Interface with General Practitioners / Triaging Out of EDs – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28j
  • 2012-06-28 D2T8 1130 John Cronin (Ireland): Paediatric ED Overcrowding – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28m

2012-06-28 D2T8 1300-1500 Overcrowding in EM (entire track – afternoon) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28p

  • 2012-06-28 D2T8 1300 John McInerney (Ireland): Process Mapping in Emergency Departments – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28t
  • 2012-06-28 D2T8 1325 Manuel Hernandez (USA): Discrete Event Computerized Simulation Modeling for Operations Improvement in the ED – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28w
  • 2012-06-28 D2T8 1350 Tim Cooke (Canada): Policy-Driven Improvements in ED Overcrowding – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28z
  • 2012-06-28 D2T8 1415 Michael Schull (Canada): ED Wait-Time Targets – Evidence-Based Update – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28D
  • 2012-06-28 D2T8 1435 Martin Connor (Ireland): National Solutions to ED Overcrowding – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28G

Bonus: Greg Henry: Maintaining the Excitement in Emergency Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-22q

2012-06-29 D3T1 Prehospital & Disaster Medicine

2012-06-29 D3T1 1000-1200 Disaster Medicine – morning session (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28J

  • 2012-06-29 D3T1 1000 Gregory Ciottone (USA): Medical & Societal Impacts of Disasters: Lessons Learned from the 21st Century – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28P
  • 2012-06-29 D3T1 1020 Mick Molloy (Ireland): Disaster Medicine Education for Everyone – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28S
  • 2012-06-29 D3T1 1040 Francesco Della Corte (Italy): A Single European Response to Disaster Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28V
  • 2012-06-29 D3T1 1100 Massimo Azzaretto (Italy) Military v Civilian Management of Disasters – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-28Y

2012-06-29 D3T1 1300-1500 Disaster Medicine – afternoon session (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-291

  • 2012-06-29 D3T1 1300 Paul Dhillon (Canada): Social Media and the Disaster Management Response: Current Evidence and Future Trends in Practice – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-294
  • 2012-06-29 D3T1 1320 Steve Photiou (Italy): Hospital Overcrowding as a Template for Medical Disaster Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-297
  • 2012-06-29 D3T1 1340 Valerie Krym (Canada): Are We Ready for an Influenza Outbreak? Perspectives on the Next Global Pandemic – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-29a
  • 2012-06-29 D3T1 1400 Michael Ardagh (New Zealand): Lessons Learned from the Christchurch Earthquake – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-29d

2012-06-29 D3T1 1500-1700 Free Paper Plenary Session (partial track) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-29g

2012-06-29 D3T3 Resuscitation & Trauma

2012-06-29 D3T3 1000-1200 Adult Resuscitation, Non-Trauma – Sepsis (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-29k

2012-06-29 D3T3 1300-1500 Adult Resuscitation, Non-Trauma – Respiratory (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-29z

  • 2012-06-29 D3T3 1300 Ron Walls (USA): Laryngoscopy: Did You Miss the Revolution? – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-29C
  • 2012-06-29 D3T3 1330 Anne-Maree Kelly (Australia): Venous and Arterial Blood Gas Analysis in the ED – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-29F
  • 2012-06-29 D3T3 1400 Brian Rowe (Canada): Life-Threatening Asthma – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-29I
  • 2012-06-29 D3T3 1430 Reuben Strayer (USA): Contemporary Strategies in Airway Management – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-29L

2012-06-29 D3T5 Paediatric Majors

2012-06-29 D3T5 1000-1200 Paediatric Majors (entire track – morning) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-29P

2012-06-29 D3T5 1300-1500 Paediatric Majors (entire track – afternoon) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2a4

2012-06-29 D3T7: Data Management in the Emergency Department

2012-06-29 D3T7: 1000-1200 Data Management in the Emergency Department (entire track – morning) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2am

  • 2012-06-29 D3T7 1000 Tony Shannon (UK): Guideline-Based, Workflow-Integrated Electronic Health Records in EM – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2aq
  • 2012-06-29 D3T7 1030 Tom Hughes (UK): The Joy of Data: Why EM Data Is Sexy – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2at
  • 2012-06-29 D3T7 1100 Michael Bullard (Canada): Electronic Clinical Decision Support in Emergency Departments – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2aw
  • 2012-06-29 D3T7 1130 Indy Ghosh (Canada): Evidence-Based Management: How to Use Data to Manage Your Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2az

2012-06-29 D3T7 1300-1500 Data Management in the Emergency Department (entire track – afternoon) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2aC

  • 2012-06-29 D3T7 1300 Keith Joe (Australia): IT Innovation in Health – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2aF
  • 2012-06-29 D3T7 1330 Tony Shannon (UK): Current Challenges with a Paperless Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2aI
  • 2012-06-29 D3T7 1400 Mark Langdorf (USA): Implementation of an Electronic Health Record in the Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2aL


2012-06-29 D3T8: Technology in Emergency Medicine

2012-06-29 D3T8 1000-1200 Diagnostics in EM (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2aP

  • 2012-06-29 D3T8 1000 Justin Bowra (Australia): IFEM Ultrasound Standards & Quality Assurance in a Busy ED – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2aS
  • 2012-06-29 D3T8 1100 Vu Kiet Tran (Canada): Commonly Missed ED Radiographic Abnormalities – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2aV
  • 2012-06-29 D3T8 1130 Djiby Diop (USA): Best Practices in Point-of-Care Testing – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2aY
  • 2012-06-29 D3T8 1200 Commercial Talk: Lunch Symposium – Abbott Point of Care – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2b1

2012-06-29 D3T8 1300-1500 Technology in EM (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2b7

  • 2012-06-29 D3T8 1300 Mike Cadogan (Australia): Social Media in Emergency Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2b4
  • 2012-06-29 D3T8 1340 Mike Hession (Australia): Using Telemedicine to Avoid COPD Presentations – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2bb
  • 2012-06-29 D3T8 1400 Hezi Waisman (Israel): Telemedicine in Emergency Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2be

2012-06-29 D3T2 Ambulatory Emergency Medicine – Not Recorded

2012-06-29 D3T4 Adult Lightning Orals – Not Recorded

2012-06-29 D3T6: Emergency Department Design – Not Recorded

2012-06-30 D4T1 0800-0900 Plenary – Post-Cardiac Arrest Syndrome

2012-06-30 D4T1 0800-0900 Plenary – Post-Cardiac Arrest Syndrome (entire track) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2bl

2012-06-30 D4T1 Prehospital & Disaster Medicine

2012-06-30 D4T1 1400-1530 Prehospital & Disaster (entire track) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2bv

  • 2012-06-30 D4T1 1400 Brian Burns (Australia): Optimised Medical Team Configuration in Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2by
  • 2012-06-30 D4T1 1420 Damien Ryan (Ireland): Code STEMI in Toronto – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2bB
  • 2012-06-30 D4T1 1440 David Bradt (Australia): Evidence and Reporting in Disasters – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2bE
  • 2012-06-30 D4T1 1500 Brian Burns (Australia): Complexities of ECMO Retrieval – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2bH

2012-06-30 D4T2 Ambulatory Emergency Medicine – not recorded

2012-06-30 D4T3 Resuscitation & Trauma – not recorded

2012-06-30 D4T4 Adult Majors – not recorded

2012-06-30 D4T6 GI/GU/Vascular & Other Emergencies – not recorded

2012-06-30 D4T5 Adult Majors

2012-06-30 D4T5 1100-1300 Adult Majors – morning (entire track) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2bK

  • 2012-06-30 D4T5 1100 Darryl Macias (USA): Evidence-Based Updates in Anaphylaxis – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2bO
  • 2012-06-30 D4T5 1130 Vu Kiet Tran (Canada): Things We Do That Have No Evidence – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2bS
  • 2012-06-30 D4T5 1200 Darryl Macias (USA): Environmental Emergencies: Hypothermia & Hyperthermia – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2bW

2012-06-30 D4T5 1400-1600 Adult Majors – afternoon (entire track) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2bZ

  • 2012-06-30 D4T5 1400 Cliona Murphy (Ireland): Obstetric & Gynaecological Emergencies – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2c3
  • 2012-06-30 D4T5 1430 Michael Maher (Ireland): Imaging the Acute Abdomen: The Radiologist’s Perspective – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2c6
  • 2012-06-30 D4T5 1500 Desmond Winter (Ireland): Management of the Acute Abdomen: The Surgeon’s Perspective – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2ca
  • 2012-06-30 D4T5 1530 Diarmuid Smith (Ireland): Update in Management of Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Adults – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cd

2012-06-30 D4T7 Office / Administrative

2012-06-30 D4T7 1100-1300 Leadership in Emergency Medicine – morning (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2ch

  • 2012-06-30 D4T7 1100 Doug Sinclair (Canada): Leadership in Emergency Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2ck
  • 2012-06-30 D4T7 1130 Indy Ghosh (Canada): Physician Leadership in an Era of Healthcare Transformation: Canadian Experience during Legislative Changes – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cn
  • 2012-06-30 D4T7 1200 Greg Henry (USA): Hiring and Firing in the Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cq
  • 2012-06-30 D4T7 1230 Andra Blomkalns (USA): Gender Balance in the Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2ct

2012-06-30 D4T7 1400-1500 Leadership in Emergency Medicine – afternoon (entire track) (~1 hour) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cw

  • 2012-06-30 D4T7 1400 Eilyne Seow (Singapore): The Team in the Emergency Department – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cz
  • 2012-06-30 D4T7 1430 Greg Henry (USA): The Rules of Business in Emergency Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cC

2012-06-30 D4T8 1100-1300 International Emergency Medicine (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cG

  • 2012-06-30 D4T8 1100 Lee Wallis (South Africa): Emergency Medicine in Africa – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cJ
  • 2012-06-30 D4T8 1120 Baljit Cheema (South Africa): Development of Pediatric Emergency Medicine in Africa – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cM
  • 2012-06-30 D4T8 1140 Dan Brun Peterson (Denmark): Emergency Medicine in Denmark – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cP
  • 2012-06-30 D4T8 1200 Daniel Garcia (Switzerland): Pediatric Emergency Medicine in Switzerland – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cS
  • 2012-06-30 D4T8 1220 Tamorish Kole (India): Emergency Medicine in India – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cV
  • 2012-06-30 D4T8 1240 Juan Gutierrez (Colombia): Emergency Medicine in Colombia – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2cY

2012-06-30 D4T8 1400-1600 Humanitarian Emergency Medicine (entire track) (~2 hours) – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2d1

  • 2012-06-30 D4T8 1400 Valerie Krym (Canada): Capacity Building in Emergency Medicine: The Romanian Experience – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2d5
  • 2012-06-30 D4T8 1420 Kirsten Johnson (Canada): Training for Action in Humanitarian Crises – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2d9
  • 2012-06-30 D4T8 1440 Sinead O’Gorman (Ireland): Emergency Medicine in an Earthquake – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2dc
  • 2012-06-30 D4T8 1500 Jean O’Sullivan (Ireland): Global Emergency Care Skills: Does It Work in East Africa? – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2df
  • 2012-06-30 D4T8 1520 Lisa Moreno-Walton (USA): Ethical Issues in Humanitarian Medicine – http://wp.me/pR3VZ-2di

 

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