As promised: the first part about trying to get a job in Australia for a longer period of time. As a Dutch EP, SEH arts KNMG, you are not recognised as a consultant EM in Australia (www.amc.org.au). The primary reason is that, to be eligible for ‘the specialist pathway’ (http://www.medicalboard.gov.au/Registration/International-Medical-Graduates/Specialist-Pathway.aspx), you need to be an overseas qualified […]
‘ Working in the UK’ , a document written by Leonieke Vlaanderen, a Dutch ED doc, who recently worked as clinical fellow A&E in the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, after that as Anaesthetic clinical fellow and currently as HEMS registrar (Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air ambulance Trust). Werken in de UK-2 In Dutch!
Geachte collega’s, Een videolezing van Gael Smits, SEH arts KNMG Eindhoven, over echogeleid reponeren van polsfracturen. Groet, Laura https://vimeo.com/115192064
Dear international colleagues, this PPP is written in Dutch by our registrar in training, Mark van Zanten, so you will not be able to read this. It’s an overview of the evidence that’s used to change the prehospital guideline for (C-)spine immobilisation. Voor de Nederlandse collega’s: wellicht dat jullie dit kunnen gebruiken om locaal alert te […]
Dear colleagues, Currently I am registering at the Australian Medical Council (AMC) to be able to apply for the EM training in Australia. Two of our Dutch colleagues already are FACEM, they enrolled in the training program about 10 years ago. The rules have changed quite a lot since then, and nowadays it is not […]
In the Netherlands, the majority of Emergency Physicians unfortunately do not use ultrasound frequently at this moment. One of the arguments I often hear is: “I don’t have the time to perform ultrasound at my busy Emergency Department (ED), because there are to many patients to take care of”. Hopefully my case will prove otherwise. […]