Twitter | Search | |
RCEM Events
Find out all the latest information about The Royal College of Emergency Medicine's conferences, events and study days.
2,641
Tweets
751
Following
2,775
Followers
Tweets
RCEM Events retweeted
#EMTA19 Conference Sep 21
Sixty days and counting... two packed days, surviving and thriving in EM training, sharp-end clinical/research/education plus the big questions... life and death, climate, global health and how we look after ourselves... Book here:
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
RCEM Global Emergency Medicine Sep 21
Come celebrate excellence as Barry Klaassen receives the William Rutherford International award at the asc in less than ten days. Barry will speak alongside a Malawian collaborator of the project. Why is Barry winning this award?
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events Sep 20
Even non-PHEM trained clinicians can find themselves in situations when they need to think pre-hospital. Don't miss hearing Dr Laura Duffy, clinical lead of , explain all at 2019. 1-3 October 2019 πŸ“† Sage, Gateshead πŸ“Œ πŸ‘ˆ
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events Sep 20
Replying to @LeoNak84
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events Sep 19
*quickly puts together a survey monkey*
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events Sep 19
Replying to @EMManchester
Is now a good time to tell you that you're booked to do the same for ?
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
Stuart Reid Sep 19
Needing some inspiration and CPD post holidays? Registration open and places filling up for our joint RCEM/RCOA Major Trauma Study Day 13th November. Great speakers in a varied programme suiting a range of grades and professions!
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events Sep 16
We have some good news for the Staff Grade, Associate Specialist and Specialty Grade doctors working in EM: The deadline for abstracts for has been extended to 22 September! Click the link for full info πŸ‘ˆ
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events Sep 15
Do you ever act on 'gut instinct' during your clinical practice? If so, don't miss , Paeds EM Lead at discussing the 'Art of Medicine' at this year's . 1 -3 October 2019 πŸ“† Sage, Gateshead πŸ“Œ πŸ‘ˆ
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
Caroline Leech Sep 13
This looks inspiring. If you are interested in EM research & free on 10th Jan, hear from the greats by registering at
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
Dr Shweta Gidwani Sep 13
Replying to @RCEMevents @RCollEM
Very informative study day on ACP training, curriculum, assessments, e-portfolio and supervision - excellent to network & hear from experience around the country - really setting a high standard & leading the work on multi-professional training
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
RCEM Sep 13
Have you had your say on the new yet? There's just one week left to tell us your thoughts:
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events Sep 13
Are you an ACP attending 2019? Don't forget you have a networking session over lunch on day 1! If you would like to do a short presentation on local programmes/initiatives please email acp@rcem.ac.uk Full info on website: πŸ‘ˆ
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
Dr Farbod β“‹ Sep 12
When considering debriefing following Major Incident it remember that the flow of the incident slows once the patients leave the ED. There may still be patients in ITUs and wards months after the incident. Multiple opportunities for debrief needed.
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
Cardiff Emergency Medicine Education Sep 12
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
Cardiff Emergency Medicine Education Sep 12
Talking about the London Terror Attacks Ben Clarke
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
Dr Farbod β“‹ Sep 12
Top paediatric trauma tips. We're all going to see paediatric trauma patients and so we need to be prepared and have a framework in place to manage them. But it doesn't have to be complicated.
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
Cardiff Emergency Medicine Education Sep 12
Talk by Dr Amer Shoaib on the Manchester bombing
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
Dr Farbod β“‹ Sep 12
app. Advice for the general public to have in your pocket for immediate actions in event of major incidents. I recommend everyone has this on their smartphones. Fail to prepare, prepare to fail.
Reply Retweet Like
RCEM Events retweeted
Dr Farbod β“‹ Sep 12
Incredibly important lessons learnt from the Major Incident of the London Bridge terrorist attack in 2017.
Reply Retweet Like