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Registrations now open for Eye and ENT Emergency seminars

July 15, 2021

Our 20th Annual Eye and ENT Emergency seminars will be held virtually via Zoom on:

  • Day 1: Thursday 2nd September 2021 (Eye day): 8am – 12pm
  • Day 2: Friday 3rd September 2021 (ENT day): 8am – 12pm

Upskill, earn yourself some CPD points and with the flexibility of a virtual delivery this year, the time commitment is only half a day per seminar.

Day 1: Topics include – Ophthalmic History Taking, Corneal Emergencies, Eye Trauma, and Sudden Loss of Vision.

Day 2: Topics will include – The ENT Examination, Otological Emergencies, Epistaxis, Airway Emergencies, and Faciomaxillary Trauma.

The cost for the webinar will be $50 per day or $80 for both days.

Please note: tickets for this event will be provided through an external provider (EventBrite), and additional booking fees will be charged on top of the prices listed above. The EventBrite booking fees are non-refundable.

Click here to register today via our event page. REGISTRATIONS CLOSE: Sunday, 29 August 2021

Who should attend?

These webinars are for all FACEMs, Emergency Medicine Trainees, GPs, Nurse Practitioners, and rural and remote practitioners who wish to fine-tune or refresh their skills and be able to confidently deal with eye and ENT emergencies.

CPD points: Certificates will be sent to all attendees should you wish to claim CPD points. 

Some of the webinar recordings, not all, will be available after the event for participants to access. A link and password to view the recordings will be available for viewing for one month after the event. The following lecture recordings will be available:

Day 1 - eye topics:

  • History and Examination Pearls in Diagnosing Eye Emergencies
  • Blunt and Penetrating Eye Trauma
  • Red Eye/Corneal Emergencies
  • Sudden Loss of Vision

Day 2 - ENT topics:

  • Epistaxis
  • ENT Examination
  • Vertigo
  • Laryngeal Injury/Airway Emergency

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