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Practical Management of Fractures in the Emergency Department (Adult Module)

Teach the evidence based, best practice in managing extremity fractures and injuries for adults in the emergency department.
Category: Emergency Medicine

Overview

Course Description & Brief Introduction

Why is this course important?

Teach the evidence based, best practice in managing extremity fractures and injuries for adults in the emergency department.

Objectives and Learning Outcome

  • This course will cover the following
    • By the end of the program, participants will:
  • How to manage all kinds of fractures (not covered by ATLS) courses in the ED effectively.
  • Selecting the proper pain management techniques
  • Correct assessment, and initial management of a fracture,
  • How not to miss a subtle fracture
  • The correct disposition and the follow-up plans of all kinds of fracture.
  • Learn to design websites & mobile phone apps.
  • How to minimize the possibility of complications.

Who Should Attend This Course

  • Who are the target learners?What are the requirements to attend?
  • Junior Doctors
  • Middle Grade Doctors
  • Physician Assistants
  • Advanced Clinical Practitioners
  • Medical students

    Course Features

  • Duration 6 weeks
  • Lectures 12
  • Group exercise -
  • Quiz 12
  • Certificate 6

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