Virtual Symposium: Emergency Medicine Development in Asia
|Name:||Emergency Medicine Development in Asia: Future of Leadership and Education|
|Date:||2 days Symposium
23 April 2022 09:15-18:10
24 April 2022 09:15-13:10
1 day Post-symposium workshop
25 April 2022 12:15-18:25
|Registration:||https://bit.ly/3gzOrNF (Deadline: 19 April 2022)
Free registration for all
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(for specialists and non-specialists)
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|Contact:||Ms. Junie Yiu
(Office: 35051698; e-mail: AEMAU.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Emergency Medicine (EM) is a medical specialty with a broad range of skills. It is also an important discipline for the management of acute medical conditions including infectious diseases, for trauma and for surveillance of the complications of chronic diseases. Our Unit has been serving Hong Kong as a pioneer to provide clinical, administrative, educational and research leadership in Emergency Medicine (EM) for more than 25 years.
Last year, we organized a 3 day virtual symposium and workshop to share the latest developments in Emergency Medicine, and we received positive feedback from participants. As a further step this year, we are organizing the “Emergency Medicine Development in Asia: Future of Leadership and Education” Symposium and Workshop.
We are very honored to be supported by the Asian Society of Emergency Medicine. Among our panel of renowned regional and international speakers, Dr. Axel Siu (the current ASEM President) and Dr. Tamorish Kole (Immediate Past President) will discuss the current status of EM development in Asia and leadership in EM. We expect that colleagues from ASEM will join our colleagues from Hong Kong to generate meaningful discussions among the Asian EM community. A virtual post-symposium workshop which focuses on leadership in EM will be held after the symposium.
We look forward to seeing you in April 2022!
Colin A Graham
Director & Professor of Emergency Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Dean of Students, Morningside College, Chinese University of Hong Kong
This material/event is funded by the Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material/any event organised under this project do not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region or the Vetting Committee of the Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme