This meeting will explore the latest evidence-based ways to practice, teach, and embed empathy within healthcare settings. Jointly organised by the Oxford Empathy Programme, delegates will learn about the role and importance of empathy in healthcare from current research, education, policy, practice and patient perspectives.
- Date and time Mon 2 Sep 2019 from 9:30am to 5:30pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Global Health, Royal College of Emergency Medicine
Join us for this conference on health systems strengthening in emergency care, with a focus on capacity building in the long-term.
We hope to increase awareness of the needs and opportunities for emergency doctors, nurses , and practitioners based in the UK to get involved in global emergency care, and to provide an opportunity for networking for those already involved or interested.
Topics will include:
- Partnership building
- Establishing triage systems and EMS
- Quality training in hospital emergency departments.
This event is co-organised with the Global Health Committee at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine
Call for posters
We are calling for posters describing your involvement in health system strengthening and/or capacity building in emergency care in low and middle-income countries. These are not meant to be research or audit abstracts and do not need to be structured along the usual 'objectives/methods/results/conclusion' structure.
300 words, A1 posters (A0 posters also accepted on a case-by-case basis).
Open to all specialties and professions.
Please send submissions to email@example.com
Submission deadline: Monday 5 August 2019
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Non - Member
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Dr Richard Lowsby, Consultant in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Hooi-Ling Harrison, Consultant Emergency Medicine, Princess Royal University Hospital
Barry Klaassen and Gwen Gordon
Dr Ffion Davies, Consultant Emergency Physician, University Hospitals of Leicester
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