Simulation as a Teaching Tool Feb 14-17 2017 Sunshine Hospital, Melbourne What is it? This is a four day immersive simulation course delivered by the Harvard Course Faculty (Centre for Medical Simulation). The CMS was one of the world’s first healthcare simulation centres and continues to be a leader in its field both at Harvard […]
Don’t Forget the Bubbles 17 (DFTB17) is a brand new acute paediatric conference covering the cutting edge in paediatric research and care
Have an idea for a talk or workshop at dasSMACC – submit it here! Remember, anyone who stands on stage at dasSMACC needs to be prepared to give the talk of his or her life in front of a crowd of nearly two-and-half-thousand people!
The Critical Care Collaborative: Transitions of Change is an exciting inter-professional continuing education symposium, now in its second year. A joint ACCCN/ANZICS event, it will be held at Rydges Carlton in Melbourne on Friday 26th August 2016.
Rob Rogers and the team are bringing The Teaching Course Down Under in 2016 — right to my doorstep, here in Melbourne. As a past graduate of this course, I’m looking forward to taking part as faculty and being part of a great team of clinician-educators including the likes of Rob, Salim Rezaie, Victoria Brazil and […]
The first Critical Care Collaborative meeting is being held in Melbourne on Friday 8th May 2015: Keeping it real.
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If you want to know all there is to know about the deteriorating patient, the Gold Coast is the place to be on July 6th and 7th 2015: the ANZICS Safety and Quality conference.
You took WHAT??? The more you know, the less you know about a poison…. just look at paracetamol! And if your patient took something you knew a little bit about…. it is always combined with a new chemical name that you have never heard about! Not to mention the forever changing and amazing routes to […]
Bishan Rajapakse talks to Lee Fineberg and Mark Newcombe, organisers of the Developing EM conference being held next month in Brazil.