Educational Resources

Emergency Medicine E-Learning Modules

The following resources, developed by Emergency Medicine Network 2 in collaboration with HETI, are available on My Health Learning.

The Primary Exam Preparation Program consists of four courses, each containing multiple choice questions designed to prepare Emergency Medicine trainees for the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM) Primary Exam in Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology and Pathology. To access these courses, please search “Emergency Medicine Primary Exam Preparation Program” on the My Health Learning website.

A series of 11 Emergency Medicine learning modules have been designed to assist Emergency Medicine trainees develop essential knowledge and skills to work in Emergency Departments. To access these modules, please search “Diagnosis and Treatment in the Emergency Department” on the My Health Learning website.


For information on how to prepare for the ACEM Primary and Fellowship Exams, including exam dates, exam locations, how to apply and how to prepare for the exams, please click on the following links:

Primary Exam Preparation Course

NSW FELLOWSHIP COURSE REGISTRATION (if you like to receive the Fellowship Course timetable)

Fellowship Exam Preparation Course


There will be an exam practice day held at UNSW City Campus on 28 February 2019.
All NSW trainees are welcome to register for the day via the information provided in the flyer below.

NSW Fellowship Course Exam Practice Flyer

Emergency Medicine OSCE Resource

Please find below four OSCEs that have been filmed and edited to provide a 'model answer' with feedback for each topic. The comments are all provided by College examiners as per the credits.

OSCE (Epipen Instructions)

OSCE (Distressed Registrar)

OSCE (Colles Fracture)

OSCE (Disaster Prep)

These videos are produced by the NSW Fellowship Course and supported by the Health Education and Training Institute (HETI).

Useful Links

Emergency medicine clinical updates

Anatomy models

Emergency care institute education resources

My Health Learning
HETI's online learning management system. Use your Stafflink login ID and password.