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It's GAME DAY REVENGE!
Public Health & Emergency Care
It's GAME DAY!
Start revising your algorithms and notes cause it’s GAME DAY! at this month’s talks. Lot’s of prizes to be won!!
Inaugural meeting of the Emergency Care Society of Kenya
All healthcare providers are welcome this month as we come together to lay the foundation for the formation of an Emergency Care Society of Kenya that will be mandated to advise and assist emergency healthcare providers, the government and the larger public in all matters relating to emergency care in Kenya…mark your calendar now!
Emergency Care Skills Market Place
The emergency care skills market place was a buzz of activity with healthcare providers from all cadres practising different emergency care procedures with our great team of experts from airway management, POCUS, chest tube insertion, neonatal resuscitation and many more.
Emergency Care Law & Ethics
Ignorance of the law is no excuse and just cause it’s ethical, does not mean it’s legal…check out our compilation of relevant Emergency Care Policies in Kenya
Mistakes I have made providing emergency care
In emergency care, every second counts…every decision can be a matter of life and death…and sometimes, we make mistakes…and patients die.
27/04/2019 Mass Casualty Events
Kenya continues to have multiple mass casualty events annually across the country. Join our panel of experts as we discuss the management of mass casualty events in the pre-hospital environment and in the emergency department.
30/03/2019 What is Quality Emergency Care in Kenya?
What does quality emergency care in Kenya mean exactly? Dr Jeremiah Gitau discusses what constitutes quality emergency care in the setting of limited resources.
23/02/2019 The Science of Resuscitation
Ever wondered whether resuscitation works? How many patients who receive CPR will actually survive? What is the evidence behind resuscitation?