The Day in the ED You Hope You Never Have

Course provider

1 day course

Intended for:

  • Emergency Department physicians

Accreditation: check conference accreditation

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Format: Interactive, small group, case-based sessions

Based on: Feedback from rural MDs; designed for challenging aspects of emergency care seen in rural setting

Equipment used:

This is offered as part of the St. Paul’s Emergency Update conference

Topics covered:

Cases based on feedback from rural MDs

Station 1 – The Airway From Hell

  • Toys and tricks of the trade from non-anesthesiologists

Station 2 – Cardiovascular Disaster

  • But he got better with Maalox

Station 3 – When People Act Weird

  • Acute poisonings for pleasure and pain

Group Session

  • KLUNC Kelowna Limb Relocation Using Nontraumatic Care

Learning objectives:

  1. To review a few common medical emergencies that strike fear and despair in the hearts of any doctor
  2. To provide an opportunity to interact with your colleagues who are still crazy enough to work in our EDs
Procedural skills learned:

Developed and run by the Kelowna ER physicians group

Affiliated with:
UBC Continuing Professional Development (UBC CPD) – This course is offered at part of the St. Paul’s Emergency Update, which is organized annually by UBC CPD