EM3

This course will provide you with essential information that you need prior to starting in the Emergency Department. It is important that you work through all of the sections and complete the learning before you start.

This includes understanding how to use RSVP and completing the ECG module. You will also need to complete the Research module with your GCP training and have chosen an audit you wish to undertake during your rotation. The equipment section will show you how to use some of the common ED equipment that is needed on a daily basis 

The online Single Best Answer MCQ must be completed before day 2 of induction

This course has been designed to provide a blended learning approach to the teaching based on the Paediatric Sub-specialty Emergency Medicine curriculum.

It follows the teaching program that will be delivered to trainees. This course is mandatory for the Paediatric Sub-specialty Emergency Medicine trainees. There are various tasks and resources that will enhance your understanding of each topic and compliment the face-to-face teaching.

The various resources and tasks are suitable for all grades of doctors and nurses that work in Paediatric ED.

The following cases are based on real patients seen in our ED, they all resulted in an incident report. The aim of this module is to highlight some real presentations that can be trickier than they first appear and to try and help you recognise and treat them appropriately

This online ECG course has been designed to increase your own education of ECG’s in the Emergency Department

This course has been developed to provide a blended learning approach to support the face-to-face junior doctor teaching. There are a set of VLE tasks set which can be used in conjunction with a local teaching programme. ED Junior doctors are expected to complete these tasks ahead of their teaching sessions but other groups will be expected to complete them as well.

In these modules there are some very useful links to various resources and e-learning modules that will be suitable for all grades working in the Emergency Department including FY1, FY2, GPVTS and non training CT1 doctors who are new to the Emergency Department.

This course has been developed to provide support to nurse practitioners who have just started working in an Emergency Department. There are a set of VLE tasks set which can be used in conjunction with a local teaching programme. You should complete these tasks ahead of the teaching sessions.

In these modules there are some very useful links to various ED resources and ED e-learning modules. These would also provide learning for ENP's, extended physio practitioners and Emergency Department nurses

This course has been developed to provide a blended learning approach to teaching based on the ACCS curriculum. The course is mandatory for all ACCS trainees and the modules have been linked to your face-to-face teaching program that runs through the 2 year rotation.

This course has been designed to provide a blended learning approach to the teaching based on the CT3 paediatric curriculum. It follows the teaching program that will be delivered to trainees. This course is mandatory for the CT3 trainees. There are various tasks and resources that will enhance your understanding of each topic and compliment the face-to-face teaching.

The various resources and tasks are suitable for all grades of doctors and nurses that work in Paediatric ED.

This course has been developed to provide a blended learning approach to support the face-to-face Emergency Medicine CESR teaching in the East Midlands. There are a set of VLE tasks set around the Emergency Department teaching program. The CESR doctors are expected to complete these tasks ahead of the teaching sessions and interact with the Wikis