International and Local Events and Conferences
5th Annual Emergency Care Conference. Rusutsu Resort, Hokkaido, Japan 2020
The 5th Annual Emergency Cate Conference will be held in the Rusutsu Resort on the Hokkaido, Japan in February 2020.
Reservations and Eligibility
Registrations are open to Nurses, Doctors, and Paramedics working in and around the emergency specialty
During the conference week there was a minimum of 10 hours of interactive content and a minimum of 10 hours of e-learning which included theory, case presentations, discussions on current research and clinical practice relevant to clinicians throughout Australia
Emergency Nurse Leadership Program
31 October 2019 at 08:30 – 01 November 2019 at 17:00 AEST
Alfred Centre (Alfred Hospital) Level 5, 99 Commercial Road, Seminar Room 2, Melbourne, Victoria, 3004, Australia
The Emergency Nurse Leadership Program is a two day workshop designed to prepare experienced nurses for leadership roles in the emergency department setting. It provides an opportunity for personal development and reflection whilst exploring key management concepts as they are implemented in the emergency department. The workshop is highly interactive and participants are encouraged to openly discuss their own leadership experiences, challenges and aspirations. Participants are required to complete approximately five hours of pre-learning activities and attend both of the workshop days. Participants should have at least five years nursing experience with at least two years in an emergency department setting. This course is offered by Alfred Emergency in collaboration with Monash University.
Safety First: Managing agitation & aggression in the ED
Optional pre-event on 27th
We all know that violence and aggression are on the rise in our emergency department and pre-hospital settings. Join us at the ‘Safety First Symposium’ where stakeholders from Ambulance Victoria, Victoria Police, the Department of Health and Human Services (Victoria), The Royal Melbourne Hospital, St Vincent’s Hospital (Melbourne), Bairnsdale Hospital, The Alfred Hospital, emergency care consumers, and other key contributors, will come together to lead discussions and explore the opportunities to improve patient care whilst protecting carer safety.
Effective care for patients who present with agitation and aggression is a critical component of emergency practice. In providing this care, the safety of patients and carers is paramount. This Symposium will bring together all types of health professionals involved in Emergency Department care to explore opportunities for improving care and safety.
Optional, half-day, pre-event workshops (27 June):
- AWARE: Explore the practical aspects of mitigating aggression and learn strategies to manage situations when confronted with aggression.
- TREAT: Develop strategies, techniques and skills to best support yourself and your colleagues or reports after dealing with aggression in the ED.
Nurses, doctors, allied health providers and emergency administrators are all encouraged to attend and contribute to the progression of an agenda on this complex issue.
Developing EM Conference: Colombia 2020
DevelopingEM is heading to beautiful Cartagena de Indias, Colombia for our seventh emergency medicine and critical care conference in March 2020.
The event is being held in partnership with be partnering with the Asociacion Colombiana de Especialistas de Emergencias y Urgencias (ACEM) who will be holding their Annual Scientific Meeting in sequence with DevEM2020 on March 12-14, 2020.
We hope both events will be a focus for Colombian, Caribbean, South American and International discussion and collaboration between emergency clinicians from around the world.
The conference will be held in one of the most stunningly beautiful cities in the world, Cartagena de Indias. This unique event not only offers an outstanding and focused learning experience but also presents an opportunity to visit this enchanting country. Convening global emergency physicians, intensive care specialists, anaesthetists, general practitioners and generalists.
Trauma Nursing Seminar Sydney Oct 2019
Purpose of Program
The purpose of this seminar is to provide nurses with the current evidence and underpinning principles of best-practice nursing management of people with physical trauma.
Your Learning Outcomes
Correlate the underpinning principles of trauma management to the pathophysiology and “mechanism of injury” to achieve the best patient outcomes. Provide evidence-based trauma nursing care contingent on the capacity and resources of the setting within which you practice. Develop and extend primary assessment skills for a wide range of scenarios to improve short- and long-term patient outcomes. Confidently prioritise nursing actions when a complex range of trauma situations occur.
Trauma Sydney 2019
The Australasian Trauma Society are pleased to invite you to attend Trauma 2019. The theme of the conference will be “Collaboration, innovation and the way forward”. Along with a full program of pre-conference workshops this is a conference not to be missed!
Critical Care Conference in the Vineyards 2019
14th Critical Care Conference in the Vineyards
30th – 31st May 2019
Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley, NSW
The conference is hosted by Hunter New England Health professionals to support networking, sharing of initiatives and innovations in critical practice and learnings experienced locally, and from a NSW or interstate perspective. Around 200 delegates from around Australia attend the conference, which targets the educational needs of multidisciplinary staff within the health care industry with a focus on Critical Care, including Trauma, Emergency, Intensive Care, High Dependency, Disaster and Retrievals, in both the adult and paediatric population.
The National Nursing Forum 2018 Gold Coast (CLOSED)
The National Nursing Forum (NNF) is the Australian College of Nursing’s signature annual leadership and educational event bringing together nurses, students and other health professionals from around the country and across the globe. The theme for the NNF is ‘Diversity and Difference’ which will be explored in the keynote plenary sessions and throughout the program.
ENA Annual Conference Pittsburgh USA (CLOSED)
Join up for the largest Emergency Nursing conference in the world. This year to be held in the “City of Champions” Pittsburgh. What better location for a gathering of emergency nurses? Be there for fresh, innovative education and technology, leading research, and opportunities to network with leaders, colleagues and new friends from around the world.
16th International Conference for Emergency Nursing Melbourne (CLOSED)
We look forward to celebrating and enhancing our amazing profession with you at the 16thInternational Conference for Emergency Nursing.
3rd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing and Trauma Care – Leeuwenhorst, The Netherlands (CLOSED)
Come and join international emergency nurses and trauma healthcare professionals at the third conference in this popular series to share the latest research, knowledge, ideas, innovations and current developments within nursing and healthcare in both the developed and developing world.
Trauma 2018 Perth (CLOSED)
The Australasian Trauma Society and the WA Trauma Symposium are pleased to invite you to attend Trauma 2018 being held from 5 – 7 October 2018 at the Parmelia Hilton Perth, Western Australia. In 2018 the theme of the conference will be “Getting the basics right and embracing evidence-based change”. Along with a full program of pre-conference workshops this is a conference not to be missed!
International Trauma Life Support St Louis USA (CLOSED)
The International Trauma Conference is the premier trauma conference attracting trauma and EMS professionals from around the globe.
35th Annual Scientific meeting of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) Perth (CLOSED)
We’re really excited about hosting the 35th Annual Scientific meeting of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) in Perth in November 2018.
Our theme – ‘On the Edge’ – reflects Perth’s location looking out over the beautiful Indian Ocean at sunset and also neatly leads on to multiple different facets of life in Emergency Medicine. On the edge of life and death. On the edge of society; On the edge of the future while remembering the past. On the edge of new technologies. On the edge of our own personal wellbeing.