Emergency Medicine Network Training Program
The Emergency Medicine Networks have been established to facilitate high quality patient care and provide access to high quality education and training for trainees. The Emergency Medicine State Training Council (EMSTC) provides oversight of the network training program in NSW. Each of the five network has a Network Director of Training and an Education Support Officer and between 90-115 trainees across the hospitals in the network.
Educational resources for trainees in the Training Networks
ACEM Primary examination – the e-learning preparation resource, timetable for study, interactive MCQs and referenced answers for four examination topics.
ACEM Fellowship examination – the e-learning component of the NSW preparation course, comprising weekly questions with answers for Advanced Trainees.
Emergency Medicine Clinical Updates by Dr Brendon Smith - a weekly case literature review highlighting learning points from patients seen in the Emergency Department.
Trainee Conference Days - Trainee Conference Days are held annually and include workshops, presentations, and interactive professional development sessions. The next Trainee Conference day will be held on 4 December 2014 at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.