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ACEM
The Australasian College for Emergency Medicine – the peak body for emergency medicine in Australia and New Zealand.
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ACEM 3h
Hi Mya! Impeccable timing. In Hobart this Sunday CAPP will consider an application for the establishment of a Trauma Section at the College. Sponsored by and supported by 164 FACEM EOIs.
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Geoff Couser 22h
We VanDiemonians are really looking forward to welcoming heaps of you to in next week. Bring your love, your outrage and your sense of fun. We need all of that right now
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Dan Wilson 12h
I’m not associated with , and I’m proud to say that is a leader in the healthcare and rural health space. You’ve made big shoes to fill.
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Geoff Couser 23h
Won’t be an issue at . Everyone welcome.
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Dr Kirsten Connan 22h
When leadership inspires the next generation of leaders to speak up - it speaks volumes ⭐️ Thanks for your thoughts and journey (and lucky to have your passion) & thank you for your amazing leadership ⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Charlotte Durand 23h
Having just joined this year, I took a moment to reflect on what it means to be a leader and to thank for helping shape a college that trainees are proud to join.
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ACEM President 21h
🙏🙏...someone asked me about legacy. I said it wasn’t for me to decide or judge what it would or could be. But, I’m happy and humbled by this; it’s all really wanted to achieve... playing a small part in supporting, inspiring a new generation of leaders. What could be better?
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NoWEM Nov 11
Looking forward to our session on gender equity with the AWE crew at the ASM in Hobart - hope to see you there!
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ACEM Nov 11
Bob Brown, former Tasmanian and Federal Greens leader, medical doctor, and life-long activist will deliver this year’s ACEM Foundation Lecture, a complimentary event open to members, the general public and ASM participants. Registration is required
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EMA Journal Nov 11
How do data from routinely collected datasets compare to medical records? How can they be improved to enhance research and quality improvement? Find out in
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ACEM Nov 11
Please note the dinner scheduled for Thursday evening () has been cancelled. The event will be rescheduled for early in the new year.
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Geoff Couser Nov 11
Terrible and tragic situation regarding bushfires in Australia right now. As emergency specialists we must consider the causes. Professor Bowman is a keynote speaker at next week. His message is concerning.
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ACEM Nov 11
Next Tuesday and FACEM Lucy Reed will host ‘Breakfast: the changing climate of gender equity’ at . This is a registered (paid) activity. If you are interested in attending, please register to do so.
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ACEM President Nov 11
What is happening in you ED? Tell me how many patients are waiting for admission? Who has been there the longest?
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ACEM Nov 10
ACEM is calling for a statewide Tasmanian strategy to relieve chronic overcrowding, long waits and ramping. “ED overcrowding, 24-hour waits and ambulance ramping are proxy indicators for preventable deaths and harm ...' Full statement:
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ACEM President Nov 10
...nailed it.... Royal Hobart Hospital woes caused by one thing, says ex-head of medicine | The Mercury
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Christopher Denny Nov 8
Many thanks to from for improving our prehospital emergency anaesthesia skills. A powerful collaboration of and in developing PHEA in Prehospital and Retrieval Medicine.
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ACEM Nov 7
ACEM President Dr Simon Judkins shares his final blog, but "you’re not going to get rid of me that easily." Read more in the latest ACEM Bulletin - Out Now -
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cherylmartin Nov 7
Question for my colleagues who have gone back post FACEM to do a 3-6 month retrieval job: what were your motivations and did the experience measure up? Asking for a friend ...
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Geoff Couser Nov 6
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