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Emergency Departments in Ireland

There are currently 29 EDs on 28 hospital sites in Ireland. Some EDs see exclusively adult patients while others are specialist paediatric centres. Many EDs deliver care to both adult and paediatric patients on the same site.

 

(c) Irish Association for Emergency Medicine
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(c) Irish Association for Emergency Medicine
Click on the markers for information about the Emergency Department

Wednesday, 17th October 09:00 – 17:00

Focused Intensive Care Echo (FICE) workshop

Focused Intensive Care Echo (FICE) is a practical solution to accreditation & training in transthoracic echo for critical care providers

FICE will offer structured echo accreditation to successful candidates

This is the first time that FICE will be held in Ireland and is a hugely exciting development!

Register your interest for this workshop by emailing [email protected] – course directors will be in contact to explain pre-course requirements

Course directors: Dr Cian McDermott & Dr Catherine Nix

Wednesday, 17th October 09:00 – 17:00

Rapid Ultrasound for Shock and Hypotension (RUSH) workshop

Point of care ultrasound (POCUS) guides the management of shocked critically-ill patients in real time at the bedside

Learn the RUSH exam at this fantastic workshop delivered by leading global POCUS educators

Suitable for EM and ICU trainees or consultants

Please register for this course through our event booking page iaem2018.exordo.com.

Course directors : Dr Rachel Gilmore & Dr Cian McDermott

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