PHEM Training Day - Monday 07 September 2015

Topic: Regional PHEM working and local systems

Theme: Working in Emergency Medical Systems / Providing Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Care

Programme:

Lectures: CCD dispatch and tasking review and Trauma Network Co-ordination Providing remote medical advice Remote advice case reviews

Discussion/case topic: Any Burns Cases

Simulation

PHEM Training Day - Monday 05 October 2015

Topic: Procedural Sedation Masterclass​

Theme: Providing Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Care

Programme:

Lectures: Sedation SOP review Review of critical care pharmacology

Discussion/case Topic: Sedation cases

Simulation

PHEM Training Day - Monday 02 November 2015

Topic: Equipment and procedural master class

Theme: Using Pre-Hospital Equipment / Providing Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Care

Programme:

Lectures: Pelvic and limb immobilisation  End Tidal CO2 and lung protection Massive haemorrhage  Maxillofacial haemorrhage

Discussion/case review: Massive blood loss/max fax cases

Simulation

 

 

Curriculum

10.00

CBRNE – operational

6.4.1-8

11.00

CBRNE – clinical cases

6.4.9-13

12.00

Clinical case discussion

 

13.00

Lunch and paper read

 

14.00

Paper discussion

1.1.3, 1.5.3

14.30

Remote medical advice

1.9

15.30

Summary

 

PHEM Training Day - Monday 07 December 2015

Meet at Magpas HQ, Centenary House, St Mary’s Street, Huntingdon at 0945hrs
ready to transfer to Cambridgeshire Police HQ for 1000

Theme of day – Supporting Rescue and Extrication

Trainer – Dr Rod Mackenzie

Curriculum
10.00 Firearms incidents

• Role of close / tactical medical support
• Police medic capabilities
• Ballistic injury

12.30 Lunch

13.00 The role of cervical spine immobilization – discussion
related to: RCEM Foam - Aggressive Extrication Immobilisation 

13.30 OSPE


14.00 Water related incidents
• Entrapment and rescue
• Fire service rescue capabilities
• Rescue vs recovery

16.00 Summary and close

PHEM Training Day - Monday 04 January 2016

Programme to follow

Obstetrics and Neonatal Training Day - Thursday 28 January 2016

Venue: Northampton Hospital

PHEM Training Day - Monday 07 March 2016

Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine Training Day

 

7th March 2016

 

Meet at Magpas HQ, Centenary House, St Mary’s Street, Huntingdon at 0945hrs

 

Themes of day – Theme B – Team Resource Management and Theme C – Clinical Governance

 

Trainer – Dr Rod Mackenzie

 

 

Time

Topic

Curriculum Link

09:45

Registration

 

10:00

Theme B – Team Resource Management

 

12:00

Field Triage – the evidence

 

13:00

Lunch

 

14:00

Theme C – Clinical Governance

 

16:00

Summary and Close

 

 

 

 

PHEM Training Day - Monday 04 April 2016

 

 

Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine Training Day

 

4th April 2016

Magpas HQ, Centenary House, St Mary’s Street, Huntingdon

 

Trainers – Dr Rod Mackenzie and Dr Simon Lewis

 

Time

Activity

Curriculum

09:30

Assemble

 

10.00

EMS Systems Review

  • Define an Emergency Medical Service (EMS) system
  • Categorise the components of an EMS system
  • Contrast differing regional, national and international models of EMS systems
  • Contrast EMS systems in developed and developing nations
  • Define the role of pre-hospital emergency medical
  •  
  • Categorise the activities of pre-hospital emergency

medical services

  • Critique the role of physicians operating within prehospital emergency medical services

1.1.1

1.1.2

1.1.3

1.1.4

1.5.1

1.5.2

1.5.3

11:00

Pre-hospital operational environments – case reviews

  • Critique the impact of different operational

environments on:

  • Risk to personnel
  • Patient safety
  • Clinical care
  • Patient transport

1.2.1

1.2.3

12:00

Capacity and consent refresher

  • Differentiate lawful consent to treatment between adults and children UK
  • Differentiate lawful refusal of treatment between adult and children
  • Explain the legal basis for the emergency treatment of the incapacitated patient

1.6.1

1.6.2

1.6.3

12.30

Lunch (please make own arrangements)

 

 

 

 

 

13.00

Remote decision support and clinical advice

  • Describe the procedures, protocols and guidelines for providing EMS clinical advice, support and co-ordination
  • Describe the equipment available to provide EMS clinical

advice, support and co-ordination

  • Contrast ‘on-line’ (remote telephone/radio support) and ‘off-line’ (documents that guide practice) medical direction
  • Display effective on-line clinical support by:
    • Communicating in an appropriate and professional

manner

  • Obtaining relevant information in a timely manner
  • Drawing appropriate conclusions
  • Relaying the decision to the clinician at scene,

ensuring their understanding.

1.9.1

1.9.2

1.9.3

1.9.4

 

15.00

PHEM Training Day - Monday 09 May 2016

Magpas HQ from 10-4

10.00              Orientation to the national summative assessments  (NSA)

11:00              SBA question writing exercise (Paediatrics)

13.00              Lunch  

14:00              OSPE writing exercise (Acute Medicine)

15:00              Fatigue management

15.30              Simulations – primary and secondary cases (Transfer)

16.30              Summary and close 

PHEM Training Day - Monday 04 July 2016

Magpas HQ

0900 – 1500

Facilitator: Rod Mackenzie

 

1.6                 Understand the law relevant to Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine practice

                        1.6.4, 1.6.5, 1.6.6, 1.6.7

 

1.10              Understand the pre-hospital and acute sector management structures within the wider healthcare system

                        1.10.1, 1.10.2

 

2.3                 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in the pre-hospital environment

                        2.3.8, 2.3.9

 

2.12              Manage acute behavioural disturbance in the pre-hospital environment

                        2.12.6, 2.12.7

 

2.13              Provide end-of-life care and immediate management of bereavement

                        2.13.1, 2.13.2

 

2.9                 Manage injured or ill children in the pre-hospital environment

                        2.9.8

 

5.5                 Utilise a range of patient transport modalities

                        5.5.4

 

5.6                 Clinically manage patients during transport

                        5.6.4.k

 

6.4                 Manage chemical, biological and radiological (CBR) emergencies

                        6.4.3, 6.4.5, 6.4.6, 6.4.7, 6.4.9, 6.4.10

 

6.5                 Understand the psychosocial and mental health aspects of multiple casualty incidents

6.5.7, 6.5.8

 

A.3                 Respond to incidents by air

                        A.3.5, A.3.6

 

A.10              Apply principles of Equality and Diversity

                        A.10.1 – A.10.5

 

C.8                 Understand and apply quality management processes

                        C.8.1 – C .8.3

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