Corneal Injuries

This module covers the assessment and management of corneal injuries.
Describing the classical presentations of Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS)
An interactive learning session covering the relevance of vaginal bleeding in an emergency medicine context
Managing challenging and violent behaviour is an integral part of the workload of an Emergency Department.
This session is about the assessment and management of patients presenting with testicular pain to the emergency department
Tracheostomy emergencies are rare in the emergency department but are associated with high mortality and morbidity. It is therefore essential that emergency department practitioners are competent in assessing and stabilising patients with complications arising from tracheostomies.
This session is about assessment and management of patients presenting with transient loss of consciousness to the ED.
This module will discuss the causes of lower gastrointestinal bleeding in children. It will consider how the causes can be differentiated by age, when to perform further investigations and basic management plans.
This session looks at the assessment and management of acute facial palsy.
This session is about the pathophysiology of acute coronary syndromes, and recognising the various presentations and clinical features associated with them.
Acute Asthma, Describing the patho-physiology of asthma, categorise the severity of an asthma attack and more
Elicit the features on history and examination that suggest a diagnosis of pancreatitis in a patient with abdominal pain
Handover of critical care patients carries significant potential risk. Misunderstanding, misinterpretation or omitted information can have significant adverse impact on patient outcome.
This session looks at the classic presentations of renal colic and its management in the emergency department (ED). It focuses on the investigation techniques and their strengths and weaknesses
FAST involves assessment of the peritoneal cavity, pleural cavity and pericardial space. Learning that free fluid is present facilitates the most appropriate management plan
Describing the key features relevant to the history of phaeochromocytoma
Myasthenia gravis does not present often to the Emergency Department. However, it can manifest as respiratory failure
This learning session focuses on improving the practitioners' skills and knowledge of wound management in an emergency department setting
Identify the anatomical factors that contribute to the pathophysiology of mandibular and temporomandibular joint injury
This session will illustrate through a series of clinical case studies some of the common problems a patient with end stage renal disease (ESRD) is prone to
This session aims to illustrate, through a series of clinical cases, the common presentations and complications of acute kidney injury (AKI).
This session will cover the principal modalities used in pre-hospital communication
Intubation forms an integral role in the treatment of the critically ill or injured patients presenting to the ED with a failed or at-risk airway.
Patients with known pulmonary hypertension may present to the emergency department with a variety of acute problems related to this disease such as pulmonary embolism