FACEM/ADVANCED TRAINEE CRITICAL ED PROCEDURES COURSE
2018 COURSE DATES:
- Friday 16th February
- Friday 16th March
- Friday 20th April
- Friday 25th May
- Friday 15th June
- Friday 20th July
What is the ED/FACEM/GP Critical Procedures Course?
Many FACEMs report de-skilling in critical procedures due to ED workload demands, prioritisation of “traffic/flow management”, supervision/teaching responsibilities and WBA/DOPS requirements of trainees. The FACEM Critical Procedures Course has been designed to provide FACEMs with an opportunity to refresh and update their procedural skills in a fun and relaxed environment on a single day course.
This is a 1-day course for:
- Consultant Emergency Physicians (FACEMs)
- Senior ED Registrars/Advanced Emergency Medicine Trainees
- NB: Rural Generalist GP’s and Advanced ACRRM and RACGP Trainees may also find the course valuable
FACEMs: complete your triennial procedural CPD requirements in one day, whilst updating your procedural knowledge and skills. Accredited for 7 hours of ACEM CPD (Category: Group Learning, Activity Type: Workshops and Training – Procedural skills based)
NB: This course is not suitable for Interns or Resident Medical Officers.
The course is limited to a maximum of 12 participants only. This ensures you receive individualised, focused teaching of important procedural skills. The course uses a combination of short interactive lectures/discussions and hands-on procedure training.
Click on the links below to see details regarding topics/procedures covered on the course Breathing Ventilation Management Circulation Details on the new ACEM CPD Program can be found here. Skills taught on the FACEM Critical Procedures Course that qualify for ACEM CPD: CORE SKILLS Airway Direct Laryngoscopy SCOPE OF PRACTICE: Scope of Practice Airway – Securing and caring for ETT including during transport Click the big red button and you will be taken to our registration/payment page! The courses is run at: The APLS Office in Melbourne’s CBD Address: Level 5, 505 Little Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Airway checklist use (plan A/B/C/D approach)
Cricoid pressure: pros/cons
External Laryngeal Manipulation
Video laryngoscopy (King Vision video laryngoscope)
Laryngeal Mask Insertion
Surgical Airway: scalpel-finger-bougie
Traumatic vs spontaneous pneumothorax diagnosis and management
Chest decompression: needle vs scalpel/finger
Large bore intercostal catheter insertion
Small bore Cook pneumothorax set
Underwater seal drain setup
Oxylog 3000 troubleshooting
Difficult ventilation cases
Intra-osseous needle insertion (EZ-IO) and Rapid Infuser Catheter (RIC) insertion
Pelvic Binder Application
Femoral traction splinting: Donway/CT6
Airway Insertion – Cricothyroid needle
Airway Insertion – Laryngeal mask airway
Airway Insertion – Seldinger / needle or surgical cricothyroidotomy
Airway Video laryngoscopy and associated devices e.g. optical stylet
Breathing Jet insufflation
Breathing Thoracostomy – Tube
Breathing Thoroacostomy – Decompressive
Breathing Use of self-inflating bag for ventilation
Circulation Vascular access – Intraosseous
Circulation Vascular access – Large bore intravenous : > 14G / Insertion of a rapid infusion catheter
Scope of Practice ENT – Anterior nasal packing
Scope of Practice ENT – Posterior nasal packing
Scope of Practice ENT – Removal of laryngeal foreign bodies
Scope of Practice ENT – Removal of nasal foreign bodies
Scope of Practice Eyes – Direct ophthalmoscopy (panoptic)
Scope of Practice Eyes – Lateral canthotomy
Scope of Practice Fluids – Abdominal paracentesis / insertion of drain
Scope of Practice Fluids – Insertion of a suprapubic catheter
Scope of Practice Orthopaedics – Application of a pelvic binding device
Scope of Practice Orthopaedics – Application of traction splinting devices
What else is included?
How do I register?
Where is the course held?
Details on the new ACEM CPD Program can be found here.
Skills taught on the FACEM Critical Procedures Course that qualify for ACEM CPD:
Airway Direct Laryngoscopy
SCOPE OF PRACTICE:
Scope of Practice Airway – Securing and caring for ETT including during transport
Click the big red button and you will be taken to our registration/payment page!
The courses is run at:
The APLS Office in Melbourne’s CBD
Address: Level 5, 505 Little Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000