Module 2 focuses on research and training in Emergency Care.
|Course Date(s):||13 – 14 Sept 2012|
|Course Duration:||2 Days – 8am to 5pm|
|Course Venue:||Disaster Management Centre, Tygerberg Hospital|
|Clinical Director(s):||Heike Geduld|
|Logistics Coordinator:||Bianca Allison | email@example.com | 021 406 6407|
|Course Price in ZAR:||R 1450 – Read our payment info|
|Certification Received:||Stellenbosch University|
Brief Course Overview
The teaching and training module will focus on adult learning in the EC, how to develop skills as a clinical educator and the factors affecting learning in the EC. Input will be sought from experts in the fields of clinical education.
The Research day will cover aspects of research methodology, the scope of EM research and how to develop a robust research orientated EC. Aspects of Evidence based medicine and knowledge translation in the EC will also be covered.
Who should attend this course?
The course is aimed at Clinical managers in the ECs, junior consultants in Emergency medicine and senior registrars in Emergency Medicine.
Why should someone attend this course?
The Research and training module will introduce some basic aspects of Research in the EC.
The training module will aim to develop core teaching skills useful on a day-to-day basis when teaching undergraduates, postgraduates and paramedical students in the EC.
Detailed Course Outline
- Aspects of adult education
- How to give a good talk
- Teaching practical skills in the EC
- How to assess learning
- Effect of Overcrowding of teaching
- Critical appraisal
- Aspects of Research Methodology
- Evidence Based Medicine
- Knowledge translation in the EC
Clinical Director Profile
Dr Heike Geduld
Qualifications: FCEM (SA), MMED EM
When completed: 2007
Current Job: Senior Specialist Emergency Medicine, METRO EMS
Experience: Co-ordinator MMed program, short course instructor
Interests: Postgraduate training, Evidence based emergency medicine