The ETM Course has been growing in reputation and popularity since its launch in November 2013, and what better recognition could we receive than an interview about the course, published in the current edition of EMA (Emergency Medicine Australasia), the main emergency medicine journal for our region. You can find the article here:
We’d like to express our thanks to the co-authors (interviewers) Andrew Perry, Joe Rotella, Jenny Jamieson and Rob Mitchell for interviewing Andy about the course, and posing such poignant questions!
It’s so great to have the chance to openly explain the inspiration for, and the the rationale and educational theory behind the ETM Course, and to be able to explain why we think short courses have a place in emergency medicine education.
If you’ve been wondering what the course is about, how it started, and why it’s the most relevant and practical trauma course for emergency medicine, ICU, anaesthetic, surgical and GP trainees and specialists in Australia and New Zealand, check out the article and we hope it inspires you to sign up for a course soon!Posted in Course News, ED Trauma, General Blog, Trauma Education