Courses and programs

Emergency Medicine Training

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 networks has a Network Director of Training and an Education Support Officer across the hospitals in the network.

Emergency Medicine Trainee Conference 2018 - Free Event

The Health Education & Training Institute (HETI) and the Network Directors of Training for Network Three, Emergency Medicine Training Program, warmly invite you to join us at Wollongong Hospital for the 2018 Emergency Medicine Trainee Conference.

The 2018 Emergency Medicine Trainee Conference will be held on Friday 9 November 2018.
The conference will be held in the Wollongong Hospital Auditorium on Level 8.
Registration commences at 9.30am with the program commencing at 10.00am and concluding at 5.00pm.

Please note that there are no registration fees associated with this conference.

The Conference is an ideal opportunity to meet and network with emergency medicine trainees, network directors of training, site directors of training, education support officers, and key leaders of emergency medicine training at the state level. It is anticipated that 80 or more trainees will attend the day.

The 2018 Emergency Medicine Trainee Conference will be focused on key Emergency Department topics such as ultrasound, controversies in rural trauma, sexual assault, eating disorders and practical workshops. Each participant will be able to choose two workshops from the ones listed. Each workshop has a maximum number of participants so once the maximum number is reached, that workshop will close. The day promises to highlight the importance of emergency medicine training within the hospital system.

For the Emergency Medicine Trainee Conference Flyer, please click here.

Please click here to register.

Please contact Ms Alpana Singh on Alpana.Singh@health.nsw.gov.au if you have any further queries.