Alfred Health Emergency does not receive or accept any private or government funding to deliver the activities listed on this page. This allows us to deliver education we are passionate about, without consideration of external influences or funding bodies. The overwhelming majority of our clinical and leadership staff donate their time to enable these programs. Registration fees are attributed to event delivery costs, or to providing a substantial number of scholarship or reduced-price registrations for clinicians unable to fund their own participation for a number of worthy reasons.

Get ready to transform from ACEM to FACEM through this online, three-part workshop. Learn from the experience of new and seasoned Fellows and gain some essential tips and tricks. Prepare yourself in advance for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

๐Ÿ“… 28, 29 & 30 September 2021

Emergency Airway Management is a vital skill for all critical care clinicians. This immersive one-day cadaveric workshop provides attendees with invaluable hands-on practical experience, focusing specifically on the technical skills of airway management. The course is designed and delivered by the team that developed the acclaimed Procedures Course.

2022 Dates to be announced soon.

๐Ÿ“… Thursday 25 November 2021 (Melbourne - Registrars Only)

This two-day cadaveric workshop will teach you how to confidently perform a wide range of basic and complex resuscitative procedures. It is a collaboration between The Alfred Trauma Unit, Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre, National Trauma Research Institute and Monash University and will be held in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney.

๐Ÿ“… 11-12 November (Melbourne)

FUTURE ultrasound courses use a combination of hands-on workshops, case based discussions and lectures to provide you with the skills and resources to be able to improve or gain ultrasound skills and more importantly to help you to interpret and integrate these findings into your practice.

๐Ÿ“… 24 November ๐Ÿ“… 8 December

The Emergency Nurse Leadership Program is a two-day workshop designed to prepare experienced nurses for leadership roles in the emergency department setting. It provides an opportunity for personal development and reflection whilst exploring key management concepts as they are implemented in the emergency department.

๐Ÿ“… Registrations closed - Please contact us if you have any questions

The Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre has partnered with Monash University to offer two Masters programs with sub-specialisations in emergency medicine. This is an incredible opportunity to advance your academic career whilst enhancing your clinical skills. Delivered by globally recognised emergency medicine academic-clinicians rich in expertise, each program involves completion of eight* postgraduate units with the majority of study completed off-campus.

๐Ÿ“…ย  Semesters start in March and July annually

Prepare yourself for Leadership.ย  The โ€˜Emergency Department Leadershipโ€™ course is a five-day program to develop your leadership toolkit and enable you to progress from great clinician to great leader. Over five-days, participants will take part in personal reflections, lectures, group tasks, case studies and other activities to enable their development as well-rounded, well-networked clinical leaders.

๐Ÿ“… 29 November - 3 December 2021

Alfred Emergency Education present a one-day Airway Symposium bringing together experts from the emergency and critical care community. This will be an opportunity to hear and participate in discussion of the latest research and practical application of diagnosing, evaluating and treating airway conditions. Receive take-home messages that will immediately influence your provision of clinical care.

๐Ÿ“… 21 September 2021

Gain knowledge, skills and experience in Emergency Medicine, with access to a highly experienced faculty of emergency and trauma clinicians in a major tertiary hospital setting. This course/unit provides a practical opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge and skills required of an advanced emergency medicine practitioner. This unit can be completed as part of a Masterโ€™s program, or as a standalone certificate course.

Semester 1 2022 - registrations opening soon

This course will prepare you for the transition from emergency clinician to emergency leader. You will learn how to guide and support your service and your colleagues, and to lead or develop a department which enables exemplary patient care. The program is led by an experienced faculty holding national and international leadership positions in emergency medicine and healthcare over the last 20 years.

Semester 1 2022 - registrations opening soon

The Capacity Building in Global Emergency Care (CBGEC) course aims to develop the knowledge and skills of current and future Global Emergency Care (GEC) practitioners in capacity building.ย  GEC practitioners work in diverse settings, often in the context of limited resources and resource-limited emergency care systems.

Semester 1 2022 - registrations opening soon

The Emergency Medicine Research Course is a semester-long program run conjointly by Monash University and The Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre. The course is made up of two postgraduate units Emergency Medicine Research Methods and Evidence Based Medicine (12 credit points). This unit can be completed as part of a Master program, or as a standalone certificate course.

Semester 1 2022 - registrations opening soon

Together, apart: Global Emergency Care collaboration in the era of COVID-19 This Global Emergency Care Conference will equip emergency care providers with the skills, resources and networks to successfully contribute to the development of global emergency care, particularly in resource-limited settings. ๐Ÿ“… Workshop - 8 & 9 September | 8:00 am - 1:00 pm AEST ๐Ÿ“… Symposium - 10 September | 8:30 am - 5:30 pm AEST