Are you a member of ACRRM and are:

  • A registrar planning to sit the AST-EM StAMPS? OR
  • A medical student or junior doctor on a rural pathway thinking of doing your AST in emergency medicine? OR
  • A rural FACRRM with a significant caseload of emergency medicine? OR
  • An urban based doctor looking to refresh knowledge and skills before undertaking rural locums?

If so, the College's new online 'ruralEM forum' may be just the thing to help you with all those clinical management decisions that make EM so interesting and the text books often don't adequately address.

The ruralEM forum will be moderated by Dr Peter Arvier and Dr Bill Nimo and facilitated by 20 highly experienced colleagues who have "been there, done that" over many years of emergency medicine practice. The forum will present new and challenging cases every fortnight that are chosen to cover most of the AST curriculum over the course of the year. Summaries of the important learning points will be made available as educational activities to provide a valuable resource for your future practice and exam preparation!

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