The ESEM family would like to welcome you to the December edition of our monthly newsletter. Each month, we shall be highlighting the latest in ESEM news, upcoming events and updates in Emergency medicine, as well as a range of topics covered by our team here in the UAE.

One Week to ESEM22!

It’s almost here! The much-awaited Emirates Society of Emergency Medicine Conference 2022 (ESEM22) is only days away, bringing together a constellation of stellar speakers and specialists in the field of emergency medicine. Join us for this in-person event to share experiences, knowledge, and skills to explore the clinical and technological updates in the field of emergency medicine.
Don't miss out on our exclusive workshops on Trauma, Transport Medicine, Pediatric POCUS, Emergency Department Quality Improvement Professional (EQUIP), Roadside to Bedside Resuscitation, Sedation Program, Advanced Procedures and Ultrasound Guided Resuscitation. Register here & save your seat to become a part of one of the largest gatherings of emergency professionals!

ECREM FOAMed Posts a New Video! FOAMed stands for (Free Open Access Medical Education). ECREM videos showcase instructions on clinical procedures and examination techniques, for use as reference by physicians-in-training, created by the team from the Emirates Collaboration of Residents in Emergency Medicine (ECREM)

In this video by ECREM team, In collaboration with Khalifa UniversityDr Emranur Rahman , Emergency Medicine resident at Tawam Hospital and Dr. Mohamed JaberEmergency Medicine graduate from Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City,  cover some of the common tests used to assess for knee stability in the Emergency Department.

ECREM FOAMed – Knee Stability/Ligament Testing


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Tip of the Month

Have a safe-discharge checklist!
As physicians we are well programmed, so to speak, to ask the patients "What brought you to the ED?". The answer to which is effortlessly obtained during the first few seconds of patient encounter. A more basic question, should be "What brought you out of the ED?" It might seem unusual question but it is so because, this is a question not to be asked, but to be answered. Here where safe-discharge checklist comes in to play. The safe-discharge checklist is a tool developed to facilitate a seamless transition from inpatient care to home. A set of questions\criteria that engages patients and their family in the disposition plan and ensures efficient disposition . Plenty are the available hospital discharge templates. Customize your own checklist, discharge your patients safely, and limit avoidable ED revisits!
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ESEM Monthly 2021 

In this section, you can browse through all previous editions of our monthly newsletter for the year 2021

The ESEM community is proud to highlight the following educational tools

iEmergency Medicine for Medical Students and Interns – 2018

A Free Book for Emergency Medicine Clerkship Students

Download all content written by world-renowned professionals, emergency medicine education enthusiasts. It is a fantastic collaboration of all stakeholders

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