Medical Emergencies in Obstetrics (MEmO) Previously known as Recognising the Acutely Deteriorating Pregnant Woman

Medical Emergencies in Obstetrics (MEmO)

(Previously known as Recognising the Acutely Deteriorating Pregnant Woman)

Approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians 

for 7 category 1 (external) CPD credits

Course Director: Dr Anita Banerjee

Outline:

An inter-professional course to explore human factors, early recognition and management of the acutely deteriorating pregnant women as highlighted by topics from any of the MBRRACE-UK reports 2014-18. A learner directed course to allow you to decide on the day which topic you would like learn about e.g. shortness of breath, collapse, headache etc.

This fully immersive interprofessional simulation course provides an opportunity to:

  1. Improve your clinical knowledge in acute non-obstetric medical emergencies in pregnant women
  2. Improve non-technical skills in order to strengthen multi-disciplinary teamwork and improve patient safety.

Attendees:

  • ST1+ in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • ST3+ in  Acute and Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine
  • All grades of Midwife

Dates: 

16th December 2019 – for tickets book here

17th December 2019 – for tickets book here

11th February 2020 – for tickets book here

12th February 2020 – for tickets book here

12th March 2020 – for tickets book here

13th March 2020 – for tickets book here

11th May 2020 – for tickets book here

12th May 2020 – for tickets book here

 

For further information:

Contact the Simulation Team or call 0207 188 4802

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