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Fellowship in Emergency Medicine

Master emergency medicine essentials: critical skills, protocols, & lifesaving techniques

Course Outcomes:

About the course:

The emergency medicine department and its doctors play a pivotal role in healthcare systems worldwide. As the frontline responders to urgent medical needs, they provide critical care, stabilization, and lifesaving interventions. Reports suggest that India requires at least an additional 1,30,000 trained emergency doctors to cater to our growing population.

 

The Fellowship in Emergency Medicine is an opportunity for physicians to advance their careers and serve communities. This comprehensive clinical training program helps equip doctors with the essential knowledge and skills to function effectively as a part of the emergency medical team, addressing diverse medical emergencies and saving lives.

 

Embark on a dynamic professional journey, with the Fellowship in Emergency Medicine, combining flexible e-learning modules with immersive clinical training in hospitals over one year. Acquire vital skills and knowledge essential for excelling in emergency medical care, bridging theory with real-world practice for a holistic learning experience.

Curriculum:


Module 1: Introduction & Foundations of Emergency Medicine

1
Introduction to Emergency Medicine
2
Principles of Emergency Management
3
Discharge, referral, and handover
4
Ethical Considerations and Patient Advocacy in Emergency Care
5
Medicolegal aspects of emergency medicine

Module 2: Airway Management and Resuscitation

1
Basic Airway Management
2
Advanced Airway Management
3
Complications of Airway Management
4
Resuscitation Techniques
5
Post-Resuscitation Care

Module 3: Common Procedures in Emergency Department

1
Incision and Drainage
2
Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) Sampling
3
Central Venous Access
4
Procedural Sedation
5
Lumbar Puncture
6
Laceration Repair
7
Needle and Tube Thoracostomy
8
Overview of Emergency Ultrasonography

Module 4: Life Threatening Emergencies

1
Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS)
2
Cardiac Arrhythmias
3
Cardiogenic Shock
4
Acute airway obstruction (choking, stridor)
5
Acute Respiratory Failure
6
Pulmonary Embolism
7
Tension Pneumothorax
8
Anaphylactic Shock
9
Stroke
10
Seizures
11
Coma
12
Haemorrhagic Emergencies
13
Other Life-Threatening Conditions

Module 5: Trauma and Orthopaedic Emergencies

1
ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support)
2
Airway and Ventilation Management
3
Shock and Resuscitation
4
Chest Trauma
5
Abdominal and Pelvic Trauma
6
Musculoskeletal Trauma
7
Spine Trauma
8
Trauma in Special Populations
9
Trauma Anaesthesia and Critical Care
10
Trauma Radiology
11
Trauma Triage and Transfer Criteria
12
Burns
13
Upper Extremity Injuries
14
Lower Extremity Injuries
15
Low Back Pain
16
Compartment Syndromes
17
Septic Arthritis
18
Splinting

Module 6: Cardiovascular Emergencies

1
Chest Pain
2
Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
3
Dysrhythmias
4
Cardiac Tamponade
5
Congenital Heart Disease
6
Aortic Dissection
7
Hypertensive Emergencies
8
Syncope

Module 7: Pulmonary Emergencies

1
Dyspnea
2
Asthma
3
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
4
Pneumonia
5
Pneumothorax
6
Pulmonary Embolism

Module 8: Abdominal Emergencies

1
Acute Abdominal Pain
2
Appendicitis
3
Acute Cholecystitis
4
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA)
5
Gastrointestinal Bleeding
6
Intestinal Obstruction
7
Mesenteric Ischemia
8
Decompensated Cirrhosis

Module 9: Genitourinary and Obstetric/Gynaecologic Emergencies

1
Nephrolithiasis (Kidney Stones)
2
Testicular Torsion
3
Penile Disorders
4
Uraemic Encephalopathy & Urosepsis
5
Vaginal Bleeding
6
Vaginal Discharge
7
Preeclampsia and Eclampsia
8
Emergency Delivery
9
Post partum Haemorrhage (PPH)
10
Amniotic Fluid Embolism
11
Retained Placenta
12
Gynaecologic Emergencies

Module 10: Toxicology and Environmental Emergencies

1
The Poisoned Patient
2
Specific Toxicities
3
Hypothermia
4
Cold-Induced Tissue Injuries
5
Heat-Related Illness
6
Drowning Incidents
7
Envenomation
8
Management of Animal Bites (Dog,cat,rodent)

Module 11: Neurologic and Metabolic/Endocrine Emergencies

1
Altered Mental Status
2
Headache
3
Dizziness
4
Cerebrovascular Accident (Stroke)
5
Seizures and Status Epilepticus
6
Diabetic Emergencies
7
Potassium Disorders
8
Thyroid Emergencies
9
Adrenal Emergencies

Module 12: Infectious Disease and HEENT (Head, Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat) Emergencies

1
Fever
2
Sepsis
3
Meningitis and Encephalitis
4
Soft Tissue Infections
5
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
6
Blood and Body Fluid Exposure
7
Slit Lamp Examination
8
Red Eye
9
Acute Visual Loss
10
Epistaxis

Module 13: Surgical, Transfusion, Hematologic and Oncologic Emergencies

1
Surgical Emergencies
2
Transfusion Emergencies
3
Oncologic Emergencies
4
Sickle Cell Emergencies

Who this course is for:

This fellowship is tailored for MBBS graduates seeking specialization in emergency medicine. This course will offer them a comprehensive pathway to enhance their skills and knowledge to advance their careers in this critical field of healthcare.

Sample Certificate:

FAQ:

The fellowship will be for one year and combines hands-on clinical training in corporate hospitals with flexible e-learning modules. The curriculum covers various aspects of emergency medicine, from foundational principles to specialized knowledge areas.
You will be granted full access to the learning content for 12 months, starting from the date of enrollment.
The time investment for the course includes 4-6 hours per week for asynchronous learning and 3 hours of synchronous sessions, along with doubt clearing sessions conducted by teaching assistants.
Here's the structure of our refund policy: 1) A candidate is eligible for 75% refund if the drop out is within 7 days of launch of the program 2) A candidate is eligible for 50% refund if the drop out is within 8- 15 days of launch of the program 3) There is no refund if the drop out is after 15 days of launch
After the fellowship program, you may pursue various career paths in emergency medicine, including roles in hospital emergency departments, urgent care centers, academic institutions, and research organizations.

Academic Team

Dr. Sushant Chhabra
Lead Consultant, Emergency Medical Services, Manipal Hospitals (North & West Cluster), India
Dr. Tushau Prasad
Lead program-Emergency medical services, Wockhardt Hospitals Ltd.
Dr. Kushagra Gupta
Attending Consultant, Emergency Medicine, Medanta- The Medicity
Dr. Devendra Richhariya
Associate Director & Head: Emergency & Trauma Care Services, Sarvodaya Healthcare; Author- Textbook of Emergency Medicine
Dr. Kishalay Datta
Director Emergency Medicine, Max Shalimarbagh

Curriculum:


Module 1: Introduction & Foundations of Emergency Medicine

1
Introduction to Emergency Medicine
2
Principles of Emergency Management
3
Discharge, referral, and handover
4
Ethical Considerations and Patient Advocacy in Emergency Care
5
Medicolegal aspects of emergency medicine

Module 2: Airway Management and Resuscitation

1
Basic Airway Management
2
Advanced Airway Management
3
Complications of Airway Management
4
Resuscitation Techniques
5
Post-Resuscitation Care

Module 3: Common Procedures in Emergency Department

1
Incision and Drainage
2
Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) Sampling
3
Central Venous Access
4
Procedural Sedation
5
Lumbar Puncture
6
Laceration Repair
7
Needle and Tube Thoracostomy
8
Overview of Emergency Ultrasonography

Module 4: Life Threatening Emergencies

1
Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS)
2
Cardiac Arrhythmias
3
Cardiogenic Shock
4
Acute airway obstruction (choking, stridor)
5
Acute Respiratory Failure
6
Pulmonary Embolism
7
Tension Pneumothorax
8
Anaphylactic Shock
9
Stroke
10
Seizures
11
Coma
12
Haemorrhagic Emergencies
13
Other Life-Threatening Conditions

Module 5: Trauma and Orthopaedic Emergencies

1
ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support)
2
Airway and Ventilation Management
3
Shock and Resuscitation
4
Chest Trauma
5
Abdominal and Pelvic Trauma
6
Musculoskeletal Trauma
7
Spine Trauma
8
Trauma in Special Populations
9
Trauma Anaesthesia and Critical Care
10
Trauma Radiology
11
Trauma Triage and Transfer Criteria
12
Burns
13
Upper Extremity Injuries
14
Lower Extremity Injuries
15
Low Back Pain
16
Compartment Syndromes
17
Septic Arthritis
18
Splinting

Module 6: Cardiovascular Emergencies

1
Chest Pain
2
Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
3
Dysrhythmias
4
Cardiac Tamponade
5
Congenital Heart Disease
6
Aortic Dissection
7
Hypertensive Emergencies
8
Syncope

Module 7: Pulmonary Emergencies

1
Dyspnea
2
Asthma
3
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
4
Pneumonia
5
Pneumothorax
6
Pulmonary Embolism

Module 8: Abdominal Emergencies

1
Acute Abdominal Pain
2
Appendicitis
3
Acute Cholecystitis
4
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA)
5
Gastrointestinal Bleeding
6
Intestinal Obstruction
7
Mesenteric Ischemia
8
Decompensated Cirrhosis

Module 9: Genitourinary and Obstetric/Gynaecologic Emergencies

1
Nephrolithiasis (Kidney Stones)
2
Testicular Torsion
3
Penile Disorders
4
Uraemic Encephalopathy & Urosepsis
5
Vaginal Bleeding
6
Vaginal Discharge
7
Preeclampsia and Eclampsia
8
Emergency Delivery
9
Post partum Haemorrhage (PPH)
10
Amniotic Fluid Embolism
11
Retained Placenta
12
Gynaecologic Emergencies

Module 10: Toxicology and Environmental Emergencies

1
The Poisoned Patient
2
Specific Toxicities
3
Hypothermia
4
Cold-Induced Tissue Injuries
5
Heat-Related Illness
6
Drowning Incidents
7
Envenomation
8
Management of Animal Bites (Dog,cat,rodent)

Module 11: Neurologic and Metabolic/Endocrine Emergencies

1
Altered Mental Status
2
Headache
3
Dizziness
4
Cerebrovascular Accident (Stroke)
5
Seizures and Status Epilepticus
6
Diabetic Emergencies
7
Potassium Disorders
8
Thyroid Emergencies
9
Adrenal Emergencies

Module 12: Infectious Disease and HEENT (Head, Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat) Emergencies

1
Fever
2
Sepsis
3
Meningitis and Encephalitis
4
Soft Tissue Infections
5
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
6
Blood and Body Fluid Exposure
7
Slit Lamp Examination
8
Red Eye
9
Acute Visual Loss
10
Epistaxis

Module 13: Surgical, Transfusion, Hematologic and Oncologic Emergencies

1
Surgical Emergencies
2
Transfusion Emergencies
3
Oncologic Emergencies
4
Sickle Cell Emergencies

FAQ:

The fellowship will be for one year and combines hands-on clinical training in corporate hospitals with flexible e-learning modules. The curriculum covers various aspects of emergency medicine, from foundational principles to specialized knowledge areas.
You will be granted full access to the learning content for 12 months, starting from the date of enrollment.
The time investment for the course includes 4-6 hours per week for asynchronous learning and 3 hours of synchronous sessions, along with doubt clearing sessions conducted by teaching assistants.
Here's the structure of our refund policy: 1) A candidate is eligible for 75% refund if the drop out is within 7 days of launch of the program 2) A candidate is eligible for 50% refund if the drop out is within 8- 15 days of launch of the program 3) There is no refund if the drop out is after 15 days of launch
After the fellowship program, you may pursue various career paths in emergency medicine, including roles in hospital emergency departments, urgent care centers, academic institutions, and research organizations.

Duration: 12 Months

Level: advanced

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Batch Start Date

May, 2024

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