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Workshops EMK - 18th January, 2019

RESUSCITOLOGY

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RESUSCITOLOGY

The origin of the word resuscitate comes from Latin re=“back” + suscitare= “raise” hence the verb resuscitare leading to the word resusctat “raised again”.

ER docs are always looking for Challenges and there is nothing more challenging than raising a patient from a critical crisis of disease. We thrive on the adrenaline of a resus case working our minds and hands. So, with much excitement we bring to you the defining work shop of EM Karnataka 2019, “RESUSCITOLOGY”.

The workshop will be a non-stop ride into the depths of resuscitation with discussions geared towards evolving strategies of resuscitation when dealing with various cases.

Eligible candidates: EM Trainees & practising EM physicians
Scientific programme: Forthcoming
Maximum number of  participants : 60

Venue : St. John's Medical College, Hospital

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT WORKSHOP

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QUALITY IMPROVEMENT WORKSHOP

Learn practical steps to improve patient care

Adapted from the WHO SEARO training module for Point of Care Quality Improvement

Is your door to balloon time longer than the standard 90 minutes?
Is infection control and hand hygiene practiced properly in your facility?
Do patients have to wait for a long time to receive care?
Do you feel medication use in your ER can be improved?
Are lab results lost or delayed?
Do you want to provide even better care to your patients?
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We are delighted to bring to you quality improvement training that will help you to select quality and patient safety gaps and improve your ER functioning. The workshop is based on the point of care quality improvement module (POCQI) developed by USAID ASSIST, WHO SEARO, AIIMS and other international agencies.
Quality improvement is a routine practice in many health systems around the world. However, limited opportunities exist in India to learn this key skill. The ER is a complex environment that needs systematic team work and problem – solving.
We will share case stories from India where these methods have been applied to improve ER services. And then you will work on defining your own quality improvement work in your setting. By the end of this workshop you will learn a simple and more effective way to address quality issues.
Today’s physician and nurse needs to know much more than direct patient care. Through quality improvement you learn team-work, management and leadership skills.
Quality improvement is a team effort. We recommend teams of staff members (including physicians and nurses) attend this workshop together.


Eligible candidates: Teams of healthcare staff including trainees, physicians, nurses, undergraduates, interns, consultants, residents
Maximum number of participants : 30

Venue : St. John's Medical College, Hospital