27 May 2022
For EM Day we conducted a survey with the objective to evaluate the level of burnout in the different professionals of emergency medical services. Based on the results a scientific paper and an editorial were written and published in the European Journal of Emergency Medicine.
26 May 2022
We proudly present the Emergency Medicine Day 2022 Campaign video. WE TAKE CARE OF YOU, PLEASE TAKE CARE OF US.
Please share it through your channels!
Also join the webinar on May 27 at 14:00 CEST to discuss possible solllutions to improve the current working conditions and lower the level of burnout. Register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_AXJyl41kSO2QYnbZXRLt3A
05 May 2022
May 27 at 14:00 CET
While professionals working in every medical speciality can claim to have been pushed to their limits by the Covid-19 pandemic, those working in EM have suffered particularly from stress. This year’s EM Day webinar will present the results of a survey into burnout among EM professionals and discuss how the situation could be improved. The survey not only shows high levels of burnout, but also highlights the alarming lack of mental health support available to those suffering from it. We welcome your participation and look forward to hearing your ideas on this subject, which is vital to our future in EM, as well as that of patients.
The short biographies of the speakers are on the registration page.
28 May 2021
27 May 2021
Child maltreatment is a worldwide threat to a child’s individual physical and psychological health and has a huge impact on the socio-economic level. Emergency departments (EDs) are the main entrance to acute health care and systematic screening at the ED has shown to increase the detection rate of child maltreatment.
On EM-day we proudly present to you the results of a survey performed in 2018 & 2019 to evaluate screening of child maltreatment in EDs in Europe to define areas of improvement. The survey was kindly distributed through EUSEM, REPEM, and EuSEN key members. Hospitals were scored based on the NICE guideline on child abuse & neglect.
Click here to read the full article.
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