The #DoctorDash campaign is designed for everyone. You can participate anywhere in the world at your own pace and in your own time! Get involved in just two easy steps:
On Sunday June 2, go for a run or walk. You can do this at any time, and as far or fast as you wish. You can do this on your own, or as a group with friends, family or colleagues.
Take a photo before during or after your run/walk and post it on your preferred social media platform using #DoctorDash and tell your followers why you have participated.
We have a great selection of prizes on offer for the following categories:
February 5-6, 2020, Canberra, ACTRSVP here
February 7-9, 2020, Canberra, ACTRSVP here
The ACSEP is proud to announce, in partnership with our Ultrasound sponsor, Sonosite, that we will be repeating the successful Ultrasound workshops following the 2020 Annual ACSEP Scientific Conference. Again, we will be running a Beginners Ultrasound session, and for those more familiar with the machines and who use them regularly in clinical practice, a Musculosketal Ultrasound for Sport and Exercise Physicians Workshop, again to be run by world renowned Australian ultrasonographer, Stephen Bird.
This Musculoskeletal Ultrasound for Sport and Exercise Physicians Workshop will run over a day and a half from Monday,10th February to Tuesday, 11th February. The workshop is strictly limited to 20 places to ensure an intimate teaching environment using Sonosite machines, with lots of hands on experience in not only diagnostic imaging but also interventional techniques. We exceeded capacity last year well before the conference, so secure your position as soon as possible.
In addition to this, the ACSEP will be offering a free beginners workshop (full) for all delegates new to ultrasound and keen to learn more about ultrasound imaging basics in preparation for using them at their training practices. This session will again be run by our sponsors, Sonosite, following the Scientific Conference. We look forward to many of you being involved in these excellent workshops at the conference.
The ACSEP Management of Sporting Trauma (MOST) Course teaches Medical Professionals the core skills required to appropriately assess and manage traumatic sporting injuries. The MOST Course will run over a day and a half from Monday, 10th February to Tuesday, 11th February.
The MOST Course aims to guide you through the assessment and management skills that are essential to manage Sporting Injuries both on and off the field.
The MOST Course is specifically designed for healthcare professionals, such as:
• Medical Students
The MOST Course covers CPR/BLS and ALS Resuscitation as well as;
• Assessment and management of the unresponsive patient
• Assessment and management of cardiac emergencies
• Cardiac arrest
• Assessment and management of acute exacerbations of asthma
• Assessment and management of anaphylaxis
• Assessment and management of seizure
• Assessment and management of hyperthermia and hypothermia
• Assessment and management of the patient with a head and neck injury
• Assessment and management of the patient with injuries to the chest
• Assessment and management of patient with intra-abdominal injuries
• Assessment and management of the patient with significant extremity trauma
This course addresses common emergencies that might confront a sports physician covering the rationale behind treatment choices and the adaption of medical management to the unique environment providing medical support at a sports event.
In a short course it covers the key learning points for safe emergency management of medical collapse, acute management of asthma and common medical problems, environmental impact, and trauma management and resuscitation.RSVP here