2018 Pre-Conference

ACLS

ACLS is designed to help health care providers learn the necessary skills to provide evidence-based care to patients in cardiac arrest or other life-threatening situations. This course reinforces use of appropriate basic life support and CPR, and then extends skills to advanced interventions.

ACLS-EP

A NEW ACLS renewal program designed primarily for seasoned healthcare providers who manage complex cardiovascular, respiratory, and other emergencies and need to renew their ACLS course completion requirements

AIME

The AIME course has been providing valued and practical hands-on airway management learning experiences for clinicians around the world for over 15 years. AIME educators are experienced (and entertaining) clinical instructors who understand the varied work environments of practising clinicians.

CASTED

CASTED: Emergency is the 'hands-on' ED orthopedics course specifically designed for ED physicians and staff.

EDE 1

EDE is Canada’s premier Point-of-Care ultrasound course, and is fully endorsed by the Canadian Point-of-Care Ultrasound Society (CPOCUS). Graduates can therefore enter the CPOCUS certification pathway. EDE now INCLUDES the Thoracic Applications mandated by CPOCUS for their CORE certification.

EDE 2

The EDE 2 Course is aimed at the advanced point-of-care ultrasound user. You should only take EDE 2 if you have taken a basic course and use ultrasound on a regular basis. CEUS Independent Practitioner status is not required but it is preferred.

HIC

HIC is an intense, one day program focused explicitly on advanced vascular access & the management of critically ill, hypotensive patients. Interactive by design, HIC consists of a combination of lectures and small group, hands on sessions using simulation mannequins.

TOX-Toxicology

Overdoses and poisonings are sometimes familiar and sometimes frightening, and are a small but important part of the practice of emergency medicine. Toxicology will focus on the interesting world of poisons, their nature, effects and antidotes.