The most popular annual course since 2005, for Consultants in Emergency Medicine and Paediatrics who deal with paediatric patients presenting as an emergency.organised by Infomed Research and Training, on Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 November 2019, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, 2 Bridge Place, Victoria SW1V 1QAUpdates, Cases, Scenarios, Discussion, Q&A on:Spot Diagnosis: Burns, Rashes and Skin ComplaintsFever in Young Children: An Evidence Based ApproachLegal Issues and Consent in Paediatric Emergencies + Avoiding problems in practice“Minor injury”: pitfalls and perilsPaediatric Surgery Problems in the Emergency DepartmentAnalgesia and Procedural SedationGastro EmergenciesStabilising the Critically Ill Child in the DGHPaediatric Radiology in the EDRespiratory ConundrumsCommon Problems in Neonates and Young InfantsImaging in NAIIs It a Fit or a Faint?Target audienceConsultant and Senior ST Physicians from General EDConsultant and Senior ST Paediatricianswho deal with paediatric patients presenting as an emergency.AccreditationRCPCH has approved this activity for CPD in accordance with the current RCPCH Course feeCourse fee includes lunch and refreshments, and attendance CPD certificate.Early bird rates (if booking and paying on or before 31 July 2019)£475 (inc VAT) for the two days;£285 (inc VAT) daily rate.Standard rates (if booking and paying after 31 July 2019)£525 (inc VAT) for the two days;£325 (inc VAT) daily rate.About the courseA well-established course highly evaluated over many years.For Consultants, Registrars and Middle Gradesfrom the General ED, Paediatrics and Paediatric ED, who deal with paediatric patients presenting as an emergency.Aimed at those who are looking for a comprehensive, fact filled and stimulating update.A practical focus on the most difficult aspects of paediatric emergencies that Doctors need to deal with daily in the critical first hours.Lectures and interactive Case Scenarios from leading Consultants in Paediatric Emergency Medicine and other specialties who are actually doing the job!