Event Date/Time: Jan 23, 2013 / 8:30 am - (GMT) End Date/Time: Jan 24, 2013 / 4:40 pm - (GMT)
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Emergency Medicine 2013 will provide a comprehensive overview on the current issues in prehospital and emergency care. It aims to provide participants with ideas that can be translated into routine practice.

Benefits of attending Emergency Medicine 2013:
• Examine current issues in prehospital research and trauma services
• Engage in debate about whether prehospital trauma care should be physician led
• Assess current prehospital practice, including the use of ketamine, detecting cardiac conditions in the young and optimising care of suspected stroke
• Explore best practice on the emergency ward, including assessment of mental health, spotting the sick child early and caring for older people
• Gain insights into optimal management of  COPD, severe sepsis and acute coronary syndromes
• Share and exchange opinions with the leading experts in the field

Who should attend?
• Specialists in emergency and acute medicine
• Paramedics and prehospital care specialists
• Specialists in trauma and orthopaedics
• Specialists in critical care and intensive care
• Anaesthetists
• General physicians
• Nurse specialists and practitioners in emergency medicine and acute care
• All trainees in these disciplines