Fellowship in Emergency Medicine

4.5/5
  • 240 Hrs (Learning Content) & 48 Weeks (Skill Sessions)
  • Quality assurance by Royal Liverpool Academy
  • Broad, in-depth and updated knowledge in all aspects of emergency care
  • Live lectures & webinars by renowned clinicians

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$3,115 USD*
Key Features
  • Certified by Royal Liverpool Academy, UK
  • Clinical training at flagship hospitals
  • Foundation course for Membership of College of Emergency Medicine-UK
  • Course designed with RLA, UK
Fellowship in Emergency Medicine
  • 240 Hrs (Learning Content) & 48 Weeks (Skill Sessions)
  • Quality assurance by Royal Liverpool Academy
  • Broad, in-depth and updated knowledge in all aspects of emergency care
  • Live lectures & webinars by renowned clinicians

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Course Description

The Fellowship in Emergency Medicine course will help doctors to enhance their knowledge and skills required for the prevention, diagnosis and management of acute and urgent aspects of illness and injuries affecting patients of all age groups. This course will enable the student build competencies in triaging patients, identification and treatment of life threatening emergencies, resuscitating a critically ill patient and performing life saving procedures in addition to having good communication and counselling skills.

This course is specially aimed at doctors interested in enhancing their emergency care skills or making a career in emergency medicine. Any MBBS graduate registered with a State Medical Council or the Medical council of India (MCI) is eligible to take this course.

This course presents multiple career opportunities to doctors willing to pursue this specialty. Apart from being consultants in Emergency Departments, Emergency Physicians can become the best Emergency Department administrators, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) directors, EMS and Paramedic trainers, Disaster planning consultants, EM research directors, first aid trainers for non-medical personnel, etc. This course also serves as a foundation for the Membership of College of Emergency Medicine, UK.

This course is accredited by Royal Liverpool Academy (RLA), UK and jointly certified by RLA and Medvarsity.

Course Validity: 14 months.There will be an extra charge on the extension of the course validity.

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4.5/5
  • Course Duration
    12 months 240 Hrs (Learning Content) 48 Weeks (Skill Sessions)
  • Next Batch Date
    3rd February 2020
$3,115 USD*

*Statutory taxes and levies not included. Taxes will be applied on checkout. Rates may vary based on management discretion.

Key Features
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    Certified by Royal Liverpool Academy, UK
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    Clinical training at flagship hospitals
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    Foundation course for Membership of College of Emergency Medicine-UK
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    Course designed with RLA, UK
Course Outline
Module 1 - Introduction & Overview
    • Emergency Medicine Department – Organization of EMD, Organization of Emergency MS, Disaster management
    • Legal Aspects of Emergency Medicine – Introduction
Module 2 - Airway
    • Airway Management – Introduction
    • Mechanical Ventilation – Introduction, Specific Modes of Ventilation, General Classes of Ventilators, Noninvasive ventilation, Weaning
Module 3 - Trauma & Orthopaedics
    • Trauma Emergencies – General Approach to a Trauma Patient, Traumatic Shock, Hypovolaemic Shock, Thoracic Shock, Stab Wounds, Pelvic Trauma, Genitourinary Trauma, Peadiatric trauma, Trauma in Pregnancy, Penetrating & Blunt Neck Trauma
    • Emergency Department Imaging – Emergency Department Sonography, Diagnostic Imaging in Emergency Medicine
    • Neurology in Trauma – Management of Head Injuries, Cerebral Protection in Head Injuries, Spinal Injuries
    • Orthopaedic Emergencies – Types of Orthopaedic Emergencies, Fractures, Penetrating and Blunt Neck Trauma, Basic Management of Orthopaedic Emergencies, Hand and Wrist Injuries
    • Orthopaedic Emergencies – Forearm,elbow and Shoulder Injuries, Pelvis, Hip and Ankle Injuries, Lower leg & Ankle Injuries, Complications of Orthopaedic Injuries
Module 4 - Wounds & Analgesia
    • Wound assessment and Management – Principles of
      Wound Management, Methods of Wound Closure
    • Local Anaesthetics and Anaesthesia – Introduction,
      Bupivicaine, Lidocaine Hydrochloride, Nerve Blocks
    • Analgesia in Emergency Room – Introduction
    • Chronic Pain Management – Introduction
Module 5 - Medical Emergencies Part 1
    • Cardiacemergencies – Approach to Chest Pain, Cardiogenic Shock, Congestive Cardiac Failure, Drugs and Interventions, Syncope, Cardiac Arrhythmias
    • Respiratory emergencies – Acute Respiratory Failure, Asthma Emergencies, Bronchial Emergencies, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary, Pulmonary Embolism and DVT
    • Respiratory emergencies – Haemoptysis I, Haemoptysis II, Lower Respiratoty Tract Infections, Pleural Effusions, Pneumothorax, Mycobacterial Emergencies, Non-Cardiogenic Pulmonary Oedema
Module 6 - Medical Emergencies Part 2
    • Endocrine Emergencies – Hypoglycaemia, Diabetic Ketoacidosis, NKH Coma, Alcoholic Ketoacidosis, Lactic Acidosis, Thyroid Storm, Myxoedema Coma, Adrenal Crisis, Management of DKA in Adults and Children
    • Neurological Emergencies – CNS Infection, Alterd mental status and coma, Stroke Emergencies
    • Psychiatric – Introduction, Anorexia Nervosa & Bulimia Nervosa, Panic Disorder, Conversion Reactions, Depression & Suicide
    • Septic shock – Introduction
Module 7 - Medical Emergencies Part 3
    • Acid base balance and Electrolyte Disorders – Acid base balance & Interpretation of Blood Gas results, Electrolyte Disorders
    • Renal Failure – Acute, Chronic
    • Gastrointestinal & Hepatobiliary – Hepatic Encephalopathy, Portal vein Thrombosis, IBD, Gastroenteritis, Diverticular disease, Hepatitis, Fulminant Hepatic failure, Acute pancreatitis, Management of Acute Bleeding Oesopharyngeal Bleeding
Module 8 - Surgical and Transfusion Emergencies
    • Surgical Emergencies – Abdominal Trauma, Surgical Emergencies, Acute Cholecystitis, Diverticular Disease, Eosophageal Perforation, Haemorrhoids, Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    • Surgical Emergencies – Anorectal Disorders, Pancreatitis, Anal Fissures and Fistulae, GI Foreign Bodies, Oropharyngeal Foreign Bodies, Rectal Foreign Bodies, Abdomina Aortic Aneurism, Acute Mesenteric Ischaemia, Intestinal Obstruction
    • Urogenital Emergencies – Urinary retention, Urinary Tract infection, Genital lesions
    • Transfusion Emergencies – Introduction
Module 9 - Obstetric, Gynaecologic & Paediatric Emergencies
    • Obstetric & Gynaecologic Emergencies – Pelvic Pain, Ectopic Pregnancy, Vaginal Bleeding during Pregnancy, Hypertension in Pregnancy, Emergency Delivery, Vaginitis, cervicitis and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Amenorrhoea, Sexual Assault
    • Paediatric Emergencies – Approach to Ill Paediatric Patient, Pain, Sudden Infant Death syndrome, Ingested Foreign Bodies, Respiratory Tarct Infections, Bronchiolitis, Pharyngitis, Epiglottitis, Pneumonia Syndrome, Otitis Media, Congenital Heart Disease
    • Paediatric Emergencies – Kawasaki Disease, Bacterimia, Meningitis and sepsis, GIT Disorders, Intestinal Obstruction, Incarcerated hernia, Pyloric Stenosis, Intussusception, Seizures, Meckel`s Diverticulum, Appendicitis, Status Epilepticus, Child Abuse
Module 10 - Toxicology
    • Approach to the Poisoned patient
    • Antidotes commonly used in Overdoses
    • Treatment of Hypotension Associated with Drug Poisoning
    • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
    • Illicit Drug & Controlled Substances of Abuse
    • Alcohol Withdrawal
    • Digitalis Toxicity
    • Calcium Channel Blocker Toxicity
    • Acetaminophen Hepato-Toxicity
    • Salicylate Overdose
    • Tricyclic Antidepressant Overdose
    • Monoamino Oxidase Inhibitor Overdose
    • Arsenic Poisoning
    • Cyanide Poisoning
    • Iron Poisoning
    • Lithium carbonate Overdose
    • Serum Osmolality
    • Ethanol Poisoning
    • Ethylene Glycol Poisoning
    • Poisoning Management
Module 11 - Ear & Eye Emergencies
    • Otolaryngologic Emergencies – Acute Airway Obstruction, Obstruction Due To Foreign Body, Epistaxis, Anterior Epistaxis, Posterior Epistaxis, Nasal Fracture
    • Ophthalmic Emergencies – Corneal Abrasion, Glaucoma, Red Eye
Module 12 - Environmental Emergencies
    • Environmental Emergencies – Frost bite, Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke, High Altitude-Pulmonary Symptoms, High Altitude cerebral Symptoms, Hypothermia
    • Burns – Chemical Burns, Electrical Burns, Lightning Burns, Thermal Burns, Inhalation-Smoke
    • Dive Emergencies – Barotrauma, Near Drowning
    • Emergency Department Anaphylaxis – Introduction
    • Emergency Department Bites & Stings – Bee Sting,
      Animal Bites, Human Bites, Insect Bites
    • Envenomations – Envenomation-Cobra, Envenomation-Scorpion, Snake Bite Emergency First Aid Information
Course Outline
Module 1 - Introduction & Overview
  • Emergency Medicine Department – Organization of EMD, Organization of Emergency MS, Disaster management
  • Legal Aspects of Emergency Medicine – Introduction
Module 2 - Airway
  • Airway Management – Introduction
  • Mechanical Ventilation – Introduction, Specific Modes of Ventilation, General Classes of Ventilators, Noninvasive ventilation, Weaning
Module 3 - Trauma & Orthopaedics
  • Trauma Emergencies – General Approach to a Trauma Patient, Traumatic Shock, Hypovolaemic Shock, Thoracic Shock, Stab Wounds, Pelvic Trauma, Genitourinary Trauma, Peadiatric trauma, Trauma in Pregnancy, Penetrating & Blunt Neck Trauma
  • Emergency Department Imaging – Emergency Department Sonography, Diagnostic Imaging in Emergency Medicine
  • Neurology in Trauma – Management of Head Injuries, Cerebral Protection in Head Injuries, Spinal Injuries
  • Orthopaedic Emergencies – Types of Orthopaedic Emergencies, Fractures, Penetrating and Blunt Neck Trauma, Basic Management of Orthopaedic Emergencies, Hand and Wrist Injuries
  • Orthopaedic Emergencies – Forearm,elbow and Shoulder Injuries, Pelvis, Hip and Ankle Injuries, Lower leg & Ankle Injuries, Complications of Orthopaedic Injuries
Module 4 - Wounds & Analgesia
  • Wound assessment and Management – Principles of
    Wound Management, Methods of Wound Closure
  • Local Anaesthetics and Anaesthesia – Introduction,
    Bupivicaine, Lidocaine Hydrochloride, Nerve Blocks
  • Analgesia in Emergency Room – Introduction
  • Chronic Pain Management – Introduction
Module 5 - Medical Emergencies Part 1
  • Cardiacemergencies – Approach to Chest Pain, Cardiogenic Shock, Congestive Cardiac Failure, Drugs and Interventions, Syncope, Cardiac Arrhythmias
  • Respiratory emergencies – Acute Respiratory Failure, Asthma Emergencies, Bronchial Emergencies, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary, Pulmonary Embolism and DVT
  • Respiratory emergencies – Haemoptysis I, Haemoptysis II, Lower Respiratoty Tract Infections, Pleural Effusions, Pneumothorax, Mycobacterial Emergencies, Non-Cardiogenic Pulmonary Oedema
Module 6 - Medical Emergencies Part 2
  • Endocrine Emergencies – Hypoglycaemia, Diabetic Ketoacidosis, NKH Coma, Alcoholic Ketoacidosis, Lactic Acidosis, Thyroid Storm, Myxoedema Coma, Adrenal Crisis, Management of DKA in Adults and Children
  • Neurological Emergencies – CNS Infection, Alterd mental status and coma, Stroke Emergencies
  • Psychiatric – Introduction, Anorexia Nervosa & Bulimia Nervosa, Panic Disorder, Conversion Reactions, Depression & Suicide
  • Septic shock – Introduction
Module 7 - Medical Emergencies Part 3
  • Acid base balance and Electrolyte Disorders – Acid base balance & Interpretation of Blood Gas results, Electrolyte Disorders
  • Renal Failure – Acute, Chronic
  • Gastrointestinal & Hepatobiliary – Hepatic Encephalopathy, Portal vein Thrombosis, IBD, Gastroenteritis, Diverticular disease, Hepatitis, Fulminant Hepatic failure, Acute pancreatitis, Management of Acute Bleeding Oesopharyngeal Bleeding
Module 8 - Surgical and Transfusion Emergencies
  • Surgical Emergencies – Abdominal Trauma, Surgical Emergencies, Acute Cholecystitis, Diverticular Disease, Eosophageal Perforation, Haemorrhoids, Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Surgical Emergencies – Anorectal Disorders, Pancreatitis, Anal Fissures and Fistulae, GI Foreign Bodies, Oropharyngeal Foreign Bodies, Rectal Foreign Bodies, Abdomina Aortic Aneurism, Acute Mesenteric Ischaemia, Intestinal Obstruction
  • Urogenital Emergencies – Urinary retention, Urinary Tract infection, Genital lesions
  • Transfusion Emergencies – Introduction
Module 9 - Obstetric, Gynaecologic & Paediatric Emergencies
  • Obstetric & Gynaecologic Emergencies – Pelvic Pain, Ectopic Pregnancy, Vaginal Bleeding during Pregnancy, Hypertension in Pregnancy, Emergency Delivery, Vaginitis, cervicitis and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Amenorrhoea, Sexual Assault
  • Paediatric Emergencies – Approach to Ill Paediatric Patient, Pain, Sudden Infant Death syndrome, Ingested Foreign Bodies, Respiratory Tarct Infections, Bronchiolitis, Pharyngitis, Epiglottitis, Pneumonia Syndrome, Otitis Media, Congenital Heart Disease
  • Paediatric Emergencies – Kawasaki Disease, Bacterimia, Meningitis and sepsis, GIT Disorders, Intestinal Obstruction, Incarcerated hernia, Pyloric Stenosis, Intussusception, Seizures, Meckel`s Diverticulum, Appendicitis, Status Epilepticus, Child Abuse
Module 10 - Toxicology
  • Approach to the Poisoned patient
  • Antidotes commonly used in Overdoses
  • Treatment of Hypotension Associated with Drug Poisoning
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  • Illicit Drug & Controlled Substances of Abuse
  • Alcohol Withdrawal
  • Digitalis Toxicity
  • Calcium Channel Blocker Toxicity
  • Acetaminophen Hepato-Toxicity
  • Salicylate Overdose
  • Tricyclic Antidepressant Overdose
  • Monoamino Oxidase Inhibitor Overdose
  • Arsenic Poisoning
  • Cyanide Poisoning
  • Iron Poisoning
  • Lithium carbonate Overdose
  • Serum Osmolality
  • Ethanol Poisoning
  • Ethylene Glycol Poisoning
  • Poisoning Management
Module 11 - Ear & Eye Emergencies
  • Otolaryngologic Emergencies – Acute Airway Obstruction, Obstruction Due To Foreign Body, Epistaxis, Anterior Epistaxis, Posterior Epistaxis, Nasal Fracture
  • Ophthalmic Emergencies – Corneal Abrasion, Glaucoma, Red Eye
Module 12 - Environmental Emergencies
  • Environmental Emergencies – Frost bite, Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke, High Altitude-Pulmonary Symptoms, High Altitude cerebral Symptoms, Hypothermia
  • Burns – Chemical Burns, Electrical Burns, Lightning Burns, Thermal Burns, Inhalation-Smoke
  • Dive Emergencies – Barotrauma, Near Drowning
  • Emergency Department Anaphylaxis – Introduction
  • Emergency Department Bites & Stings – Bee Sting,
    Animal Bites, Human Bites, Insect Bites
  • Envenomations – Envenomation-Cobra, Envenomation-Scorpion, Snake Bite Emergency First Aid Information
FAQs
1. Course related
  • Is this course recognized by MCI?
    • Medical Council of India does not recognize courses that are offered through online or blended learning platform. In collaboration with Royal Liverpool Academy, we provide you with the best state-of-the art learning content with an endeavor to train you to become well-equipped and proficient in management of emergency care through this course.
  • Is there any hands on training for the Fellowship in Emergency Medicine Course?
    • The Fellowship in Emergency Medicine Course includes 12 months of clinical practice. During this 12 months period, the student is deployed at one of our partner hospitals (based on location preference). The students may earn a stipend paid by the hospital partner during this period based on hospital partner’s policies. The student will also have access to an on-ground facilitator to support their learning progress. Medvarsity doesn’t guarantee a stipend payout for any of our courses.
  • Can I get a Government Job with this added qualification?
    • You can apply anywhere as per your wish after completion of the program. This added qualification will make you a better health care provider. Selection in government job is mostly dependent on set criteria on which Medvarsity has no control or opinion.
2. Eligibility for the course
  • Can I submit my certificates at a later date after enrollment or can I enroll by providing my provisional certificates?
    • Certificates are a proof of your previous educational background check thus will be required for the enrollment. However in case of any difficulty you may give a written undertaking to that effect for providing the certificates within the stipulated time frame.
  • Are there any prerequisites for joining this course?
    • Most Medvarsity students are required to meet minimum criteria of having completed their MBBS with Internship. They should have MCI / State Medical Council registration to be eligible for the course.
      In the Diploma in Medical Emergency course, students will need to sit for an evaluation interview at the hospital before qualifying for the course. Due to the limited number of seats (per location) and criticality of emergency, the interview process mandatory for admissions.
  • What are the prerequisites for an international student?
    • An international medical graduate should apply for a provisional certification to MCI / State Medical Council prior to admission to this course. Our guidance counselors will be able to provide more information on the same.
3. Course delivery
  • How to access the course material online?
    • To access the course, click on kite.medvarsity.com using the login ID and password provided to you or click on “LOG IN USING YOUR ACCOUNT ON Google” and enter your Email ID: Gmail ID (Only if Gmail ID mentioned in the Application) & Password. In case you don’t have access to login ID and password, write to us at support@medvarsity.com & quote your registered email ID.
  • What if I am unable to open the Medvarsity website?
    • In the first instance, you should contact our student support teams to make a complaint using one of these methods, during operating hours.
Student Support TeamOperating Hours
Email:support@medvarsity.com
Phone:1800 103 6006
IVR OPTION 2
Mail:Medvarsity Online Limited
Block B, II Floor, Sanali Infopark, 2 LV Prasad Marg,, Jubilee Hills,
Park View Enclave, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad,
Telangana 500034
Whats App Number:7331105450
9 am- 7pm,
Mon-Sat (IST)
4. Contact Program
  • Is the contact program mandatory for completion of course?
    • For this course, the contact program is mandatory. Any contact program provides a student with an opportunity to learn clinical hands-on techniques and skills that are helpful in the practice of the discipline. It is therefore recommended that you opt for contact program. Your final certificate will not be issued without completion of the contact program.
  • What if I am not able to attend the contact program at the scheduled date?
    • You can attend the next scheduled contact program upon information and concurrence by your program coordinator.
  • Can I choose the center where I wish to attend the contact program?
    • You will be required to attend the contact program at the nearest prescribed center where you are assigned.
  • What is the minimum attendance required during the program?
    •  It is mandatory to attend all 12 months of contact program for the Diploma in Emergency Medicine.
  • Will there be arrangements for lodging and boarding provided for students during the Contact Program in case their contact center is out of station from their hometown?
    • You will have to make your own arrangements for boarding and lodging. All contact programs are held in centrally located regions with access to all necessary requirements.
5. Assessment and Exams
  • How to give exams online, procedure to give exams?
    • Kindly click on the link http://www.apolloknowledge.com/verify/login.aspx login as “Student” it will ask for your login credentials. Watch this video for more information – https://youtu.be/BeuZaMSzS78.
    • Click on Access option; type your user name and password.
    • Select My Courses and then click on learn option.
    • Modules will be opened in which you have to select the module and click on it.
    • You will find various options like e Book , case discussions, videos, Assessment etc.,
    • Click on Assessment option to give exam.
    • Click on Take assessment and read all the instructions -> click on start exam -> Attempt exam.
    • Every 60 seconds page gets deactivated, hence it is important that you refresh the page time and again.
  • Are the scheduled dates for the exams mandatory or not?
    • It is Optional, however if you have to complete all Modules and final exam before the Course Expiry date you will receive your certificate on time.
  • Session expired and it is showing as unauthorized user?
    • If the page is left idle for more than 60 seconds session will expire automatically. Refresh the page periodically to avoid.
  • If session is expired, what to do?
    • It will start from the same question where the session expired.
  • While you are attempting exam, error pops up and exam is halted – site will display as attempted(1)
    • Ignore the message as attempted – The attempt is only completed when it displays Finished (1).
  • When will the final exam get activated?
    • If 1 month Course (1 week prior Course expiry).
    • If 3 Month Course (15 days prior Course expiry).
    • If 6 Month Course (45 Days prior Course Expiry).
    • If 1 Year Course (2 Months prior Course Expiry).
  • What is the procedure if Course is expired?
  • What if I don’t qualify in modules or final exam?
6. Certificate
  • When will I get my certificate?
    • We have now gone online, Once you successfully pass your final exam and below conditions are met :
      • Contact program Completed (if Applicable).
      • Viva to be cleared (if Applicable).
      • Logbook / Project Submission (if applicable).
      • Course duration to be complete.
      • Necessary documents should be submitted in full.
  • If the above credentials are fulfilled, your E-Certificate will be mailed to your registered E-Mail ID.
7. Placement Assistance
  • Do you provide any placement assistance?
    • We do not provide any placement guarantee as an outcome of the course. On a case to case basis we will introduce your profile to specific recruiting partners but no job guarantee is provided.
8. Feedback
  • What if I have any concerns regarding the program delivery or what if I have any suggestions to improve the quality of the course?
Faculty
Dr. Arpan Guha : Faculty - FEM
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Arpan Guha is Deputy Medical Director, Director of Medical Education and Consultant in Critical Care medicine at The Royal Liverpool University Hospitals, UK. He is also leading as a Head of the Postgraduate School of medicine, University of Liverpool.

Next Batch Start Date 3rd February 2020

Course Duration

12 months 240 Hrs (Learning Content) 48 Weeks (Skill Sessions)
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Faculty

Dr. Arpan Guha : Faculty - FEM
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Accreditation Partner(s)

  • Apollo Hospitals Education and Research Foundation

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