CTEC’s JDocs: Emergency Procedures workshop aims to assist Junior Doctors in attaining an improved level of confidence and hands-on experience in a range of procedures, skills and behaviours for medical and surgical emergencies.
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This one-day hands-on workshop features content specifically designed to meet the essential surgical skills required to apply for specialty training. It is of particular relevance for junior doctors with an interest in specialising in emergency medicine. This is an excellent introductory level workshop in a supportive environment for participants with limited experience in medical and surgical emergencies.
Cadaveric Arm Practical Session and Presentations:
- Skin flaps
- Advanced suturing
- Difficult lacerations
- Presentation on atraumatic tissue management, simple lacerations and skin biopsy
Animal Tissue Practical Session and Presentations:
- Intercostal catheter insertion and tying chest drains. A presentation on chest drains includes aseptic technique, indications of safe use, tube function, drain security and drain complications
- Proctoscopy and rigid sigmoidoscopy including patient positioning, proctoscopy assembly, removal of foreign bodies and digital examination (model)
- Basic ultrasound scanning techniques including ultrasound terminology and definitions, scan planes, patient positioning, generic knobology, image interpretation and cannulation under ultrasound
Model Practical Session and Presentations:
- Suprapubic catheter insertion including tube function, indications of safe use, catheter security, catheter complications, urinary catheterisatio and male/female catheterisation
- Practical sessions featuring RACS certified techniques
- Fresh frozen cadaveric arm models
- Practical sessions with animal tissue
- Didactic sessions
- All meals and refreshments
- Limited places to maximise practical learning time
WA Participant: $925
Non-WA Participant: $1225
Workshop content, date and convenors may be subject to change or cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances.
The University of Western Australia
Hackett Drive, Crawley
Perth, Western Australia