Emergency Medicine MCQs

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Elsevier Health Sciences, Oct 9, 2012 - Medical - 440 pages
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An invaluable self-assessment tool for emergency medicine trainees in Australasia.

Emergency Medicine MCQs is an essential resource for Australasia’s emergency medicine trainees.

A practical self-assessment tool, the book assists trainees as they expand and refine their knowledge of emergency medicine, and will ultimately help them pass the Australasian Emergency Medicine Fellowship examination (FACEM).

The multiple-choice questions in Emergency Medicine MCQs cover both the core and non-core areas in the Australasian Emergency Medicine Fellowship. Using this text, trainees can revise alone or with their peers to identify the areas in which they need further development.

The curriculum is divided into three main areas where trainees require expert level of knowledge, high level of knowledge and general level of knowledge. It covers important clinical problems encountered in everyday emergency medicine practice – from cardiovascular emergencies through to obstetric and gynaecology emergencies, disaster management and toxicology.

As well as being ideal for emergency medicine trainees qualifying through AECM, the book is a useful resource for GPs taking the GEM qualification through ACEM and JMOs ‘on call’.

Plus, this emergency medicine text is accompanied by an app – a separate product containing 180 randomised multiple-choice questions on all the topics within the book.

 

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Dr de Alwis obtained specialist training in emergency medicine in New Zealand and Australia and works as an emergency medicine consultant at Logan Hospital in Brisbane, Australia. As the Director of Emergency Medicine Training he contributed to the development of the training programme in the hospital since 2008. He will be practising as an emergency medicine consultant in both adult and paediatric emergency departments in The Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane from late 2012. His special interests include specialist training in emergency medicine and healthcare leadership.

Dr Weiner completed her master's degree in emergency medicine at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. She subsequently attained fellowships from emergency medicine colleges in both South Africa and Australasia. Currently she is practising as an emergency consultant at Logan Hospital in Brisbane, Australia. Dr Weiner is actively engaged in the ACEM fellowship training programme at Logan Hospital, as well as being an accredited supervisor for the ACEM Emergency Medicine Certificate Programme. She is a co-founder of the post-graduate Advanced Paediatric Emergency Medicine (APEM) course, an ACEM fellowship exam preparation course covering the ACEM paediatric emergency medicine curriculum. Her special interests include thrombolysis for acute stroke in the ED, emergency ultrasound and paediatric emergency Medicine in mixed ED settings.

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