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EMTA 2024


The EMTA conference 2024 will be held from the 12th-14th September
The venue will be The Sage on the Waterfront, Newcastle Gateshead

www.emta2024.com

Confirmed speakers:

Professor Alberti   National Director for Emergency Access
Mr Jim Wardrope   President of The College of Emergency Medicine
Professor Ian Greaves   Professor of Academic and Military Emergency Medicine
Professor Gary Ford   Director of UK Stroke Research Network
Dr Diana Hulbert   President of the Royal Society of Medicine A&E section
Mr Pete Goode   Member of Examination Committee for the CEM
Mr Jim Connolly    Editor of Ultrasound in Emergency Care


Plus speakers on:
The Clinical Topic Review � top tips on how to write a successful CTR
Research in Emergency Medicine
Ethics in Emergency Medicine
The Mental Capacity Act 2024
HEMS the North-East experience
The Great North Run � how a sports event is medically managed

Two afternoons of workshops including:
Ultrasound - Introduction to FAST
Shock assessment and vascular access
The Difficult Airway
Major Incident exercise
Regional anaesthesia � a practical guide
Safe sedation techniques
FCEM mock exam
CTR clinic
Ophthalmology workshop
Sports medicine workshop
Pre-hospital care afternoon

Plus
Two great social nights including dinner dance in Lumley Castle

http://www.emta2024.com/


Finalised programme now available - click here:
EMTA - EMTA 2024 - EMTA 2024 finalised programme



EMTA 2008




The Conference next year will be held in Birmingham, 5-7th November.
Contact the organizing committee via the website to suggest workshops, lectures and events.
More details available later this year.
www.emta2008.com






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EMTA 2024 finalised programme (ppt)
Download the document here

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