تــــحــــت رعــــايــــة ســمــو الـشــــيــخ حــــمـــدان بـــن راشـــــد آل مــــكـــتوم نــــائـــب حـــاكـــم دبـــي، وزيـــر الـــمـــالـــيــة، رئـــيــس هـــيــئــة الـــصــحــة بـــدبـــي
Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Minister of Finance and President of the Dubai Health Authority
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October 20 & 21, 2019
Dr. Elizabeth Lee graduated from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 2007 and completed a combined Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine residency at Christiana Care Health System in Delaware. She is boarded by both the American Board of Emergency Medicine and American Board of Internal Medicine, and subsequently completed a fellowship in medical simulation at The University of Chicago. She is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Her educational focus is on the use of simulation for patient safety, quality improvement, and interdisciplinary education, as well as the clinical practice of observation medicine.
Dr. Bhoi graduated as a University gold medalist and is Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Department of Emergency Medicine at the JPN Apex Trauma Centre,All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS),New delhi ,India. He is the program Director of International Council for critical Emergency sonography and also Head,WHO Collaborating centre for Emergency and Trauma. Dr Bhoi received the prestigious Micheal Moles fellowship from world association of disaster and emergency medicine (WADEM) at Victoria, Canada ,2009 and he has been elected as Director, board of directors of WADEM in May 2013.With his international reputation in Emergency care and trauma, Sanjeev shares his learning as a mentor in Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Rachana, is currently working as an assistant professor in the department of emergency medicine in the Kasturba Medical College. She is a graduate from the Kasturba Medical College and All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), whilst also recently attained her FACEE at the Academic College of Emergency Experts. Dr. Rachana has also been frequently invited to participate and present in several academic events; she has been given the frequent role of speaker/presenter and faculty member.
Dr Manu Ayyan, is an Assistant Professor at Government Medical College, Kannur, Kerala, India. He completed his MD in Emergency Medicine in 2015 from Pariyaram Medical CollegeHe is a Visiting faculty of emergency medicine department at All India Institute of Medical Science(AIIMS) Rishikesh. He is a Fellow Of Academic College Of Emergency Experts In India (ACEE-INDIA). He is also the International liaison officer of Emergency Medicine Association India(EMA), an organised Guild of Emergency Leaders in Health and Medicine working towards provision of quality emergency care across India. He is a Facubatee at the international Faculty Incubator program for the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) group. He is one of the founding members of the Sonochakravyuh the national ultrasound competition for emergency medicine residency programs in India conducted under the aegis of International Council for Critical Emergency Sonography(ICCES) in association with All India Institute of Medical Sciences. He is a nationally-recognized educator and recipient of the 2017 INDUS-EM Emergency Medicine Leadership award. He serves as a peer reviewer for three international journals including Western Journal of Emergency Medicine (WestJEM): Integrating Emergency Care with Population Health (WestJEM), Journal Of Emergency, Trauma and Shock(JETS) and International Journal Of Emergency Medicine
Dr. Arquilla, completed medical school at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and her Emergency Medicine residency at Lincoln Hospital and Mental Health Center, Bronx New York. She board certified in Emergency Medicine and Palliative Care. She joined the Emergency Department at SUNY Downstate in 2000. Since then she has been active in the SUNY Downstate residency educational mission. Her area of interest has been in Disaster Medicine and Emergency Preparedness. Dr. Arquilla is the Medical Director of Emergency Management and Disaster Medicine at SUNY Downstate and its affiliate clinics.
Yasser Saifallah Mohammed Sharif, is currently working amongst the Dubai Health Authorities. He graduated from the Gulf Medical University and specializes in ED. He has been a frequent attendee of several seminars and conferences, as a both faculty and presenters. He also Participated in G.M.C. hospital free health camp and completed 5 years Emergency medicine residency program whilst also passing the Arab board exam.
Dr. Zulfiqar Ali, graduated from the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. His current profession is a Specialist of Emergency Medicine in The Rashid Hospital in UAE. Prior to his position, he is registered physician in the Ministry of Health and in the Dubai Health Authority in UAE. He is also an active participant of the MACEP, MAACE Associations and a member of the “Emirates Society of Research and Development (ESR&D) since 2016.
Dr Ajit Baviskar, is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the DY Patil Medical Collage, New Mumbai and, Consultant Critical Care and Head of Clinical Quality at Global Hospital Mumbai. He received a MD in Anaesthesia in 2004, is a Fellow of Academic Collage of Emergency Experts – India in 2012, collectively he has 14 years of experience in Emergency Medicine , Anaesthesia and Critical Care in India and UK. He is a contributor to Academic papers and publications, which has been presented and published International
Resuscitation in the paediatric age group is always challenging. The acute care clinician has incorporated technology to aid in diagnosing, monitoring and even treating the sick child. Point of care Ultrasound (POCUS) has evolved as the most significant technological evolution that has aided in resuscitation. Today we use POCUS as a visual stethoscope in clinical practice. It’s now claimed that POCUS is one of the most significant technological advancements aiding the acute care clinician over the past several decades.
We the International Council of Critical Emergency Sonography have been torch bearers of the global mission to spread POCUS education to the acute care clinician and add this much-needed skill set to his armamentarium. The challenges posed by acute illnesses in the paediatric age group could be better tackled with POCUS and we have been advocates for the use of POCUS in paediatric resuscitation for close to a decade. The Paediatric Emergency Sonography course has been a regular feature of the national emergency paediatric board review course and emergency paediatric injuries and illnesses congress. It has also been well received internationally and is a great asset for any clinician involved with treating children of any age group Residents and faculties involved in paediatric emergency care or critical care mainly from Paediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Paediatric Surgery & Critical Care background.
Duration of Course: 1 day
Max number of participants: 25 (Twenty five) per batch
Instructor: Student ratio: 1:5 (one instructor for five students)
The participants will be assessed on knowledge and confidence before starting of the course. The participants and faculty are formally introducing each other in this session.
This topic gives an overview the role of point of care ultrasonography as an adjunct to resuscitation- The ABCDE Way.
The participants will learn and individually demonstrate
Incorporating POCUS as an adjunct in the PALS algorithm
Dr. Donald Jeanmonod is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of Emergency Ultrasound at St. Luke’s University Hospital in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. He is a Co-Founder and on the Board of Governors of the American College of Academic International Medicine. He has spoken nationally and internationally on topics including trauma, shock, and emergency ultrasound and medical imaging. Dr. Jeanmonod has organized and taught multiple symposia on the use of Emergency Ultrasound to students, nurses, paramedics, and physicians. His research interests include sepsis, emergency ultrasound and medical imaging, geriatric trauma, and resident education. When not working, Dr. Jeanmonod enjoys traveling, adventuring in the wilderness, and spending time with his wife and 4 children.
Dr. Vimal Krishnan is a FACEE Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute in India. Dr. Vimal has also been a Board Member of the World Academic Congress of Emergency Medicine since 2015. He is the Principal Secretary of The EMA and the Governing Council Member of The Academic College of Emergency Experts in India. He has also Organized several CMEs and workshops including the International conferences like WACEM 2017 (Chief Technical Officer) in Sri Lanka etc.
Dr. Siju Abraham is an Assistant Professor and Research Coordinator in the emergency department at Jubilee Mission Medical College and Research Institute in Thrissur, Kerala, India. He is a regular faculty for Examthalon, Emergency Medicine India (EMINDIA), and Simulation Education (SIMED) programmes. He is also a Life member of Indian Society of Toxicology (IST), Indian Red Cross Society, Emergency Medicine Association India (EMA), The American College of Academic International Medicine (ACAIM) and a Fellow of the Academic College of Emergency Experts in India (ACEE).
Dr. Sabah Siddiqui is currently working as an Associate Professor in All Indian Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). He graduated and received his Masters degree from J.N.Medical College AMU, Aligarh. He is a member of the Medical Council in India and the Delhi Medical Council. Dr. Sabah was awarded recipient of the ICON of Health Award 2019, which was for the contribution to health in state of Chhattisgarh organized by Times group, Presented by chief minister of state, and the Best Poster Award for the paper tilted “Prevalence of Autoantibodies in North Indian Diabetic subjects” in Endocrine Society of India conference, Jaipur, India 2006.
Dr. Harshad Chandrakant Dongare is a Professor in the department of Anesthesia & critical care in SKNMC & GH Pune Maharashtra in India. Dr. Harshad is a graduate from the Fellow of Academic College of Emergency Experts in India (FACEE). He was a Course Director for ACLS & ITLS, AIIMS -BECC ATLS and an Instructor for AUTLS & EM-SONO during the Pediatrics ultrasound workshops. He has also been invited to several workshops and conferences, such as WACEM 2017, AORA 2013- Faculty hand on workshop and many more.
Dr Anshu Sharma MS (Anatomy) is working as Associate Professor in department of Anatomy at Govt. Medical College and Hospital at Chandigarh, India. She has more than 25 research papers published in national and international journals. She is very dynamic teacher and full of innovations in her teachings. She did her under graduation from LLRM college and hospital, Meerut UP and Post-graduation from Christian Medical College, Ludhiana, India. Her ways of teaching clinical Anatomy is very encouraging and feel the subject easy and understandable.
Dr Vikramjeet Arora is working as Associate professor at Dr Y S P Govt. Medical College, Naham, HP. He had done his graduation from Govt.Stanley Medical College Chennai, India and Postgraduation in Anesthesia from GMC Amritsar, India. He completed his Senior Residency from PGIMER, Chandigarh, India. After that he joined present institution and working with full dedication, Sincerity and hard work. He did his fellowship in emergency medicine and is AHA BLS and ACLS instructor. He has numerous research papers in his box. He is fellow of Academic college of Emergency Experts in India.
He is a graduate from King George’s Medical College , Lucknow, UP, India and Postgraduate from MLB Medical College Jhansi UP India in Anesthesiology did his postgraduate diploma certificate course in Neuroanaesthesiology from Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Science Lucknow UP India.
He is involved in conducting various trauma courses and Cardiac Life support courses regularly for last 8 years. He runs a post graduate course for exam going postgraduates at Department of anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine at SGPGI,UP,India for last 5 years as Chief coordinator. He is Fellow of Academic College of Emergency Medicine in India and working in Dept. of anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine as a Professor. He has more than 65 publications in his bag and is very enthusiastic physician.
Dr Rajeev Sharma, is an enthusiastic, well renowned surgeon and a nice teacher with extraordinary skills of teachings. He did his under graduation and postgraduation in General surgery from M.D. University, Rohtak, Haryana, India. He has 20 years of experience and his field of interest is in Laparoscopic surgery and Trauma. He has more than 65 publications in national and international Journals. He is involved in many clinical trials and research projects.He is involved in many workshops of trauma and Emergency life support. He has delivered many lectures as guest faculty at various conferences. Presently, he is working as Professor in dept of General Surgery, Chandigarh, India.
Dr. Lakesh Kumar Anand, MBBS, MD-Anaesthesia (Gold Medal), presently is working as Professor, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Government Medical College & Hospital, Sector 32, Chandigarh. India. Teaching experience in Anaesthesia is 23 years as consultant. I’ve been awarded Fellow of International Medical Sciences Academy (FIMSA), Fellow of American College of Chest Physicians (FCCP), Member National Academy of Medical Sciences (MNAMS), American Heart Association (AHA) certified- BLS and ACLS Instructor. More than 50 Research papers published in National and international journals. More than 60 workshops have been conducted under International, National and local societies. I’ve membership of many International, National professional societies; Guide and Co-Guide for MD Anaesthesiology thesis >15. His areas of interest are Difficult Airway Management, Resuscitation, Critical Care and Trauma.
Dr. Pritam Singh graduated in the year 2004 from Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi. He completed his post-graduation in General Medicine from the same institute in the year 2007. Thereafter he served as a Senior Resident in the Department of General Medicine for three years in Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi. He also worked in the capacity of Assistant Professor for 6 months in the same institute before joining the Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh in the year 2011 as an Assistant Professor and has been working till date. His routine work includes running OPD, in-patient care, undergraduate and post graduate teaching.
Dr Manpreet Singh did Under-graduation and post-graduation from J.N Medical College and Hospital, Aligarh Muslim University, India. After this he worked as Senior Resident, Senior Research Associate and Consultant Anesthesia & Critical Care at University College of Medical Sciences and GTB Hospital, Delhi, India for 8 years. Then joined the present college and hospital Govt. Medical College and hospital at Chandigarh in 2009. His areas of Interest are Trauma, Resuscitation, Airway Management, and Emergency Medicine. Presently working as Associate professor at Govt. Medical College and Hospital and is Secretary of Academic College of Emergency Experts in India (ACEE-India) and General secretary of National Association of Critical Care Medicine (NACCM).
He is an undergraduate and Postgraduate from Sardar Patel Medical College Bikaner, Rajasthan, India. He is a young, enthusiastic anesthesiologist and also associated with Trauma and Emergency life support including Critical Care and pain management. His field of interest is Trauma, Critical Care, Pain and Emergency Life support. Presently working as Associate Professor in dept. of anesthesiology and Intensive Care, Govt. Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh, India.
As we embrace the concept of an All Hazards approach to Emergency Preparedness it is important to understand the fundamental steps needed in preparing for and managing the events that threaten the health of our community. Furthermore, it is essential to plan for “when the plan fails” with a comprehensive back-up “disaster plan”. This workshop will focus on the key aspects needed for an all hazard approach to emergency health care of Chemical, Biological Radiologic/Nuclear and Blast (CBRNE) events. There will be a focus on medical management, team building, crisis leadership and organization within the hospital and with other response agencies. This workshop will feature lectures with tabletop scenarios and small group discussions to reinforce learning points.
AHEMPI Crisis Leaders:
Pia Daniel, MD MPH
Assistant Professor Emergency Medicine
Director of Emergency Preparedness Fellowship
Associate Medical Director of Emergency Preparedness Division
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Bonnie Arquilla DO FACAIM FACEP
Professor Emergency Medicine
Director of Emergency Preparedness Division
Founder Emergency Preparedness Fellowship
SUNY Downstate Medical Center NYIAHP
Rapid Interpretation of Arrhythmias and ST Segment
This one day interactive workshop is designed to improve knowledge of ECG interpretation skills. This workshop sets up the basic skills needed for arrhythmia and ST segment interpretation by using a step-wise approach, allowing clinician to master patient specific ECG correlation.
This workshop offers equal learning opportunities to physicians, medical students, nurses, and EMTs. This workshop will be helpful for the physicians preparing for both undergraduate and postgraduate examinations like MRCP, MCEM, Arab Board, PLAB, MD, FCPS, etc and will be very beneficial to those preparing for ACLS and PALS courses.
Workshop Learning Outcomes:
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to understand the following core skills of ECG interpretation:
During the workshop, the participants will practice the following interactive exercises and skill stations:
Over the years use of ultrasound during disaster is limited to FAST and guided nerve block in field. This course mainly emphasize on use of point of care (POC) ultrasound for taking critical management decisions between the periods of rescue to resuscitation in austere environment and Enroute to the hospital. The workshop is offered to medical doctors, nurses and paramedics who are providing pre-hospital care.
This is a hands on course where candidates will be trained in recognizing basic ultrasound anatomy, understanding basic physics and practical use of the ultrasound machine (Knobology),conjuring the appropriate ultrasound images and findings to the correct decision and treatment protocols.
BASICS OF ULTRASOUND:
Integration of Airway ultrasound during the period of rescue to resuscitation for empowering triage and critical management decisions (CMG).
Integration of Lung ultrasound during the period of rescue to resuscitation for empowering triage and critical management decisions (CMG).
Extended FAST & Inferior Vena cava (IVC) :
Integration of E-FAST & IVC during the period of rescue to resuscitation for empowering triage and critical management decisions (CMG).
Integration of disability assessment during the period of rescue to resuscitation for empowering triage and critical management decisions (CMG).
Extremity [Musculoskeletal (MSK)] Ultrasound:
Integration of MSK ultrasound during the period of rescue to resuscitation for empowering triage and critical management decisions(CMG).
Traige & Sono triage – Discussion:
Simulated Disaster scenario management with POC ultrasound. (Hands-on Training session)
Certification: Participants will be awarded a certificate of participation after post test.
Stations: Hands on Experience (Mannequins)
COURSE DIRECTOR AND FACULTY
Dr MANPREET SINGH
Assoc. Professor of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Fellow of Academic College of Emergency Medicine in India Govt. Medical College and Hospital , Chandigarh,India