An amazing conference program, amazing speakers, in an amazing part of the world:
Imagine a line-up that includes FOAM Master Joe Lex and Matt & Mike from the Ultrasound Podcast, and it isn’t even a SMACC event!
I wish I was going, but I already committed to speaking at a great conference elsewhere!
Listen to organisers Mark and Lee talk about this and last year’s fantastic DevelopingEM conference in Cuba:
Here Mark and Lee explain how it works and what to expect:
After the success of our last two conferences in Sydney and Havana we’re taking the DevelopingEM concept to Brazil where Emergency Medicine is quickly evolving as a new specialty.
Our core focus remains the provision of high quality clinically relevant critical care information and with an expanded program and the addition of Sambafest, a 2 day Ultrasound Workshop, run by the team at Ultrasound Podcast, we think this will be our best conference to date.
With an expanded program covering Adult Emergency Medicine and Critical Care, Paediatrics, Trauma, Global Health, Emergency Medicine in Brazil, a LLSA session covering a review of EM and Critical Care Literature and a unique Communication and De-escalation workshop we’re sure there’s something for everyone in our program.
Our 42 hours of education is accredited by ACEM and ACRRM and DevelopingEM is endorsed by IFEM and supported by ASEM so time will be a valuable addition to your yearly continuing professional development.
We’re also repeating the highly successful local delegate sponsorship system that allowed 65 Cubans clinicians to attend DevelopingEM 2013 free of charge. With our connections in the Brazilian Association of Emergency Medicine (ABRAMEDE), presentations on Emergency Medicine in Brazil by some of the leading EM practititioners in Brazil and continuous real time translation of presentations we hope to once again have a distinct local flavour to DevelopingEM 2014.
We have maintained our not for profit financially unsponsored model so you know your education will be untainted ’cause we know you like it that way.
Check out the program and register here
These guys are my prehospital & retrieval medicine colleagues and run the DevelopingEM project in a not-for-profit capacity. I have no financial interest in this or any other conference.