There are limited slots for each course. Registration will be based on first come first served basis.
Please refer to registration page on cancellation policy. No cancellation request will be entertained after 31 Dec 2017.
Event Medicine Workshop
Date: 26 January 2018
Time: 8.00am – 1.00pm
Venue: Centre for Healthcare Simulation, National University of Singapore
Class size: 15-20 (Minimum 12 pax to commence)
Course Fee: $100 per pax
Event Medicine is an emerging branch of emergency medicine, with specialised skills and medical competencies that are distinct from other branches of medicine. This workshop draws on the experiences of faculty who have organised mass gatherings and aims to impart practical knowledge to the physician who has been tasked with planning and providing medical support for an event.
Paediatric Emergency Medicine Simulation Workshop
Date: 26 January 2018
Time: AM: 8.00am – 12.00pm
PM: 1.00pm – 5.00pm
Venue: KK Hospital Simulation Centre
Class size: 8 per session
Course Fee: $300 per pax
Management of paediatric emergency is unique and important area to be mastered by emergency physicians. This workshop includes lectures, and practical sessions on different paediatric emergency scenarios. It will be divided into 2 sessions with only 8 participants per session. This workshop will equip the participants with practical knowledge and skills required for the management of common paediatric emergencies.
Paediatric Emergency POCUS Workshop
Date: 26 January 2018
AM Session: 8.00am – 12.00pm: Session A: Paediatric Ultrasound Life Support Course
PM session: 12.00pm – 6.00pm: Session B: Paediatric Emergency Ultrasound and Ultrasound-guided Procedural Course
Venue: KK Women's and Children's Hospital
Course Fee: $150 per pax, per session. $250 per pax for 2 sessions
Requires a min. of 16 pax for workshop to commence
Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) has become an integral part of paediatric emergency medicine practice. Research on evaluating POCUS in the care of paediatric patients has improved the understanding of its potential role in clinical care. This course is directed at all Clinicians and allied health professionals aiming to develop fundamental knowledge in bedside paediatric emergency medicine ultrasound. The experienced faculty will conduct didactic lectures and focused hands on training sessions to make the participants aware of novice and intermediate techniques in bedside emergency ultrasound. The course teaches basic ultrasound physics and knobology; the standard paediatric applications of lung, heart, and FAST views followed by more advanced applications including ocular scans, airway confirmation, regional anaesthesia, intussusception, appendicitis, pyloric stenosis and scrotal ultrasound. In addition, there will be multiple sessions to provide up to date knowledge on the literature and controversies in paediatric point-of-care-ultrasound.
This workshop has 2 sessions. Participants can sign up for either session or both session; Session A for basic POCUS and Session B for procedural skills.
Critical patients are moved constantly from location to location and their journey is fraught with complications. In fact, the movement has been thought to contribute to many errors and poor outcomes. This course is a one day compendium of simulation, quiz refreshers and talks on the important aspects of moving critical patients from point A to B safely. The faculty has decades of medical retrieval experience and it is open to ALL fields of health care who are involved in moving patients.
Effective teamwork and communication in clinical emergencies is fraught with difficulties and potential pitfalls, many of which can have serious consequences on patient safety. Effective communication in onerous situations is a component that is not formally taught in tertiary institutions nor is inducted in the workplace. In order to assure higher quality and safer patient care, a teamwork based system has been developed and is termed Crisis Resource Management (CRM).
CRM is an evidence-based teamwork system developed to improve communication and teamwork skills among health care professionals especially in the management of a critically ill patient. Communication tools featured in CRM advocate the use of information, people, and resources to achieve the best clinical outcomes for patients. The aim is to produce highly effective medical teams through
- Increasing team awareness
- Clarifying team roles and responsibilities
- Resolving conflicts
- Improving information sharing
To relate and then translate the 5 key dimensions of the JurongHealth CRM model to produce effective team performances, improve patient safety and decrease errors.
This workshop is an inter-professional workshop and targets healthcare workers in hospital based practices but in particular those involved in emergency medicine, intensive care medicine, anaesthesia and critical care spheres of practice. Residents and staff nurses working in the fields of Emergency medicine, Internal medicine and ICU would be ideal.
It should be of particular interest to participants of the medical SIMWars as it will enable them to better understand the non-technical requirements which need to be mastered to ensure a really successful campaign.