High Risk Emergency Medicine Meeting 2021

“Optimise Care, Minimise Risk”

17 – 18 May 2021

High Risk Emergency Medicine Meeting 2021

“Optimise Care, Minimise Risk”

17 – 18 May 2021

Key Dates

Meeting Dates:
17 – 18 May 2021

Early Bird Registration Open:
17 November 2020

Program Announced:
1 March 2021

Express Your Interest

Are you a medical professional working in the emergency sector?  We invite Emergency Physicians, Nurses, Doctors in training as well as CMO’s, Practice Managers, urgent care clinicians and Rural GP’s to join our mailing list. Keep up to date with news and information on the High Risk Emergency Meeting 2021. 

 

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Welcome to the High Risk Emergency Medicine Meeting Australia 2021

 The organising committee welcomes you to the inaugural High Risk Emergency Medicine Meeting in Australia. This meeting will focus on situations and presentations that, due to the risk of misdiagnosis or misadventure, present the greatest risk to the Emergency patient and the greatest anxiety to the Emergency clinician. This meeting is designed for practising emergency doctors and nurses, EM trainees and Diploma candidates as well CMOs, urgent care clinicians and GPs who encounter high risk conditions in their medical practice.

We will focus on clinical scenarios that carry a risk of delayed or missed diagnosis and will address the potential consequences for the clinician such as RCAs, litigation, coronial investigations and disciplinary action. The meeting aims to improve clinical competence in diagnosis and treatment of high risk conditions as well as instruct in strategies to avoid the ramifications of these adverse events. Topics to be covered include high risk cardiovascular, infectious, neurological, paediatric, geriatric, and toxicology emergencies among others. In addition, we will examine the medicolegal issues that are inherent to the practice of emergency medicine, such as consent, involuntary treatment and end of life controversies. Organised by a local faculty with nationally acclaimed speakers, both who have expertise in medicine and law. This meeting will use real case scenarios to educate clinicians in dealing with High Risk Emergency Medicine.

Yours Sincerely,

Dr Susan Hertzberg
Chair, Local Organising Committee, High Risk Emergency Meeting 2021

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