An HMFP nurse consulting team is currently in Region Sjaelland, Denmark working with four partner hospitals (Koge, Nykobing Falster, Holbaek, and Slagelse) on the launch of a novel and collaborative emergency nurse education program. This program, grounded in AACN’s Synergy Model, uses skills stations, taught during “nurse competency days,” to review and validate emergency nurse…Details
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Two of our nurse educators traveled to Region Sjaelland, Denmark, this month to facilitate a 1-week “train the trainers” workshop, collaborating with 30 emergency nurse educator colleagues from the hospitals of Koge, Slagelse, Nykobing Falster, and Holbaek. In January, 2016, the four hospitals of Region Sjaelland will launch a standardized emergency nurse skills education program.…Details
Our Chief of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Richard Wolfe, lectures to a standing-room only audience at EuSEM 2015 on treating geriatric trauma patients.
Dr. Shamai Grossman, our Vice-chair of Quality, lectures to a standing-room only audience at EuSEM 2015.
Dr. Richard Wolfe, our Chief of Emergency Medicine, presents on the development of academic emergency medicine as a specialty and building an emergency medicine research program, leading to a panel discussion with colleagues, Dr. Deborah Dierks, Chair of Emergency Medicine at UT Southwestern, Dr. Ali Raja, Vice-chair of Emergency Medicine at Mass General, Dr. Roberta…Details
Our Director of International Projects and Vice-Chair of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Jonathan Edlow, speaks on the endovascular treatment of acute ischemic stroke at EuSEM Torino 2015.
Several members of our leadership and international projects teams are speaking at The European Society of Emergency Medicine Conference in Torino, Italy this week. Our Department Chief, Dr. Richard Wolfe, is lecturing on the development of the emergency medicine specially in the Academic Track, as well as polytrauma in older patients. Our Director of International…Details
Our nurse educator team traveled to Sorø, Denmark last week to meet with ED nurse educators from the four main hospitals in Region Sjaelland. The purpose of the visit was to work together to build a standardized ED nurse education program for Region Sjaelland nurses for 2016. The curriculum is grounded in AACN’s Synergy Model…Details
The BIDMC Fellowship In Disaster Medicine will hold an International Field Pre-deployment Course between October 2 and 4, 2015. This three-day course is designed to provide an introduction to the basics of what you need to know to deploy to the field on an international mission. This course is designed for health care personnel including…Details