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Fellowship in Emergency Medicine

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Course Description

Fellowship in Emergency Medicine provides an opportunity for physicians to gain expertise in specific areas of emergency medicine, conduct research, and become leaders in the field. Physicians have the opportunity to focus on a particular subspecialty within the broader field of emergency medicine. Some common subspecialties include toxicology, ultrasound, pediatric emergency medicine, critical care, sports medicine, and administration. One of the primary goals of an Emergency Medicine fellowship is to deepen the fellow's clinical skills and knowledge in their chosen subspecialty. Fellows work closely with experienced faculty members and experts in the field, gaining hands-on experience in managing complex cases and utilizing advanced diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. They may rotate through various clinical settings, including busy emergency departments, trauma centers, and specialized units, to broaden their exposure and develop a comprehensive understanding of their chosen subspecialty.

Upon completion of the programme learners will be able to:

  • Emergency medicine will develop advanced skills in the evaluation, diagnosis, and management of critically ill and injured patients
  • Gain expertise in performing critical emergency procedures such as advanced airway management, trauma resuscitation, procedural sedation, and central line placement
  • Doctors will develop the ability to manage crises and mass casualty incidents efficiently
  • Provide counseling to critically ill patients and their attendants

Programmes at MediCOLL learning are developed by eminent doctors with rich clinical experience across the medical field that enhance learners skills, attributes and expertise substantially that allows them to build their career more proficiently. Join the programme and nourish your clinical practice.

Key Features

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This program will provide you with in-depth understanding of disease prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment.

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Clinical practice for practical training in a top corporate hospital under the supervision of an experts

Fellowship Program MediCOLL Learning

Up-skill yourself in Emergency medicine by learning & case studies in special population

12 Months of online classes which includes 2 months of Clinical Observership in a leading hospital under the guidance of a Emergency Medicine Specailist.

  • Classes by experienced faculties
  • Flexible learning mode
  • Live doubt clearing sessions
  • Educator support through LMS
  • Periodic Webinars
  • CPD- Continuing Professional Development
  • Collaboration with e-Integrity to provide world class training program from UK National Health services.
  • Scholarship available for deserving candidates (conditions apply)

Optional Simulation Training-

  • Simulation training on Non-invasive Ventilation
  • Simulation training on BLS & ACLS
  • Simulation training on Trauma
  • Management of Cardiac Emergency
  • Simulation training on Airway management

Module 1 - Introduction & Overview

Lecture 1 Emergency Medicine Department Emergency Medicine Department – Organization of EMD, Organization of Emergency MS, Disaster management

Lecture 1.2 Legal Aspects of Emergency Medicine – Introduction

Module 2 – Airway Management

Lecture 2.1: Airway Management – Introduction

Lecture 2.2: Mechanical Ventilation – Introduction, Specific Modes of Ventilation, General Classes of Ventilators, Noninvasive ventilation, Weaning

Module 3 – Trauma & Orthopedics

Lecture 3.1: Trauma Emergencies – General Approach to a Trauma Patient, Traumatic Shock, Hypovolemic Shock, Thoracic Shock, Stab Wounds, Pelvic Trauma, Genitourinary Trauma, Pediatric trauma, Trauma in Pregnancy, Penetrating & Blunt Neck Trauma

Lecture 3.2: Emergency Department Imaging – Emergency Department Sonography, Diagnostic Imaging in Emergency Medicine

Lecture 3.3: Neurology in Trauma – Management of Head Injuries, Cerebral Protection in Head Injuries, Spinal Injuries

Module 4 – Orthopedic Emergencies

Lecture 4.1:Types of Orthopedic Emergencies, Fractures, Hand and Wrist Injuries, Hand Injuries, Wrist Injuries, Forearm, Elbow, Upper Arm and Shoulder Injuries, Pelvis, Hip and Femur Injuries, Lower Leg and Ankle Injuries.

Lecture 4.2: Complications of Orthopedic Injuries, Basic Management of Orthopedic Emergencies

Module 5 - Wounds & Analgesia

Lecture 5.1: Principles of wound management, Methods of wound closure, Local and Regional anesthesia, Bedside anesthesia in emergency department and Pain management

Medical Emergencies

Lecture 6.1: Cardiac Emergencies: Approach to Chest Pain, Cardiogenic Shock, Congestive Cardiac Failure or Acute heart failure, Acute Coronary Syndrome, Syncope and Cardiac Arrhythmias

Lecture 6.2: Respiratory Emergencies: Acute Respiratory Failure, Asthma and Bronchial Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Hemoptysis, Pneumonia, Non-Cardiogenic Pulmonary Edema, Pleural Effusions and Pneumothorax, Mycobacterial Emergencies

Lecture 6.3: Endocrine Emergencies: Hypoglycemia, Diabetic Ketoacidosis, NKH Coma (Nonketotic Hyperosmolar Coma), Alcoholic Ketoacidosis, Lactic Acidosis, Thyroid Storm and Myxedema Coma, Adrenal Crisis

Lecture 6.4: Neurological disorders: Altered Mental Status and Coma, CNS Infections, Stroke Emergencies, Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa, Panic Disorder, Depression and Suicide, Septic Shock

Lecture 6.5: Renal Emergencies: Acid Base Balance and Interpretation of Blood Gas Results, Electrolyte Disorders, Acute Renal Failure, Chronic Renal Failure, Acute kidney injury, Urinary Tract Infections, Urinary Retention

Lecture 6.6: Gastrological and Hepatic Emergencies: Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Diverticulitis, Hepatitis, Management of Acute Bleeding Esophageal Varices, Liver Cirrhosis

Module 7 – Surgical Emergencies and Transfusion Emergencies

Lecture 7.1: Surgical Emergencies: Abdominal Trauma, Acute Appendicitis, Acute Cholecystitis, Acute Pancreatitis, Anorectal Disorders- Hemorrhoids and Anal fissure, GI Foreign Bodies, Oropharyngeal Foreign Bodies, Rectal Foreign Bodies, Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm [AAA], Acute Mesenteric Ischemia [AMI], Intestinal Obstruction, Surgical Emergencies of Bowel, Genital Lesions

Lecture 7.2: Emergencies: Blood Transfusion

Module 8 - Obstetric, Gynecologic Emergencies and Pediatric Emergencies

Lecture 8.1: Pelvic Pain, Ectopic Pregnancy, Vaginal Bleeding during Pregnancy, Hypertension in Pregnancy, Emergency Delivery, Vaginitis, cervicitis and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Amenorrhea, Sexual Assault

Lecture 8.2: Approach to Ill Pediatric Patient, Pain, Sudden Infant Death syndrome, Ingested Foreign Bodies, Respiratory Tract Infections, Bronchiolitis, Pharyngitis, Epiglottitis, Pneumonia Syndrome, Otitis Media, Congenital Heart Disease, Kawasaki Disease, Bacteremia, Meningitis and sepsis, GIT Disorders, Intestinal Obstruction, Incarcerated hernia, Pyloric Stenosis, Intussusception, Seizures, Meckel`s Diverticulum, Appendicitis, Status Epilepticus, Child Abuse

Module 9 -Ear and Eye Emergencies

Lecture 9.1:Otolaryngologic Emergencies –Obstruction Due to Foreign Body, Epistaxis, Anterior Epistaxis, Posterior Epistaxis, Nasal Fracture

Lecture 9.2:Ophthalmic Emergencies – Corneal Abrasion, Glaucoma, Red Eye

Module 10 -Toxicology

Lecture 10.1: Approach to the Poisoned patient

Lecture 10.2: Antidotes commonly used in Overdoses

Lecture 10.3: Treatment of Hypotension Associated with Drug Poisoning

Lecture 10.4: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Lecture 10.5: Illicit Drug & Controlled Substances of Abuse

Lecture 10.6: Alcohol Withdrawal

Lecture 10.7: Digitalis Toxicity

Lecture 10.8: Calcium Channel Blocker Toxicity

Lecture 10.9: Acetaminophen Hepato-Toxicity

Lecture 10.10: Salicylate Overdose

10.11: Tricyclic Antidepressant Overdose

Lecture 10.12: Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor Overdose

Lecture 10.13: Arsenic Poisoning

Lecture 10.14: Cyanide Poisoning

Lecture 10.15: Iron Poisoning

Lecture 10.16: Serum Osmolality

Lecture 10.17: Ethanol Poisoning

Lecture 10.18: Ethylene Glycol Poisoning

Lecture 10.19: Poisoning Management

Module 11 - Environmental Emergencies

Lecture 11.1: Environmental Emergencies – Frostbite, Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke, High

Lecture 11.2: Altitude-Pulmonary Symptoms, High Altitude cerebral Symptoms, Hypothermia

Lecture 11.3: Burns – Chemical Burns, Electrical Burns, Lightning Burns, Thermal Burns

Lecture 11.4: Dive Emergencies – Barotrauma, Near Drowning

Lecture 11.5: Emergency Department Anaphylaxis

Lecture 11.6: Bee Sting and Insect Bites

Lecture 11.7: Bites: Animal Bites, Human Bites

Lecture 11.8: Snake Bite Emergency First Aid Information

  • MBBS Graduates.
  • Applicants who are in their final year can also apply.
  • MD/DNB/FNB & residents working in healthcare.

Duration:

Programme Validity – 10 months (online) + 2 month(Practical training).
There will be an extra charge for the extension of the course validity.

Fellowship Online Registrations

Registrations

Fellowship Online Education Program

Blended Programme

Fellowship Webinar

Live Webinar

Fellowship Online Courses

Observership

Fellowship Program Online exam

Online Assessment

Fellowship Program Certificate

Certificate

Why Choose Us

Choosing MediCOLL Learning for your Fellowship in Emergency Medicine ensures a transformative educational experience that prepares you to excel in the dynamic and challenging field of emergency care. Join us and take the next step toward becoming a highly skilled and sought-after emergency medicine professional. Here are compelling reasons why choosing us is your pathway to success:

  • Expert Faculty
  • Comprehensive Curriculum
  • Hands-On Training
  • Cutting-Edge Technology
  • Comprehensive Support Services
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Flexible Learning Options
  • Global Recognition
  • Commitment to Excellence
  • Multidisciplinary Approach

Frequently Asked Questions

The Fellowship in Emergency Medicine at MediCOLL Learning stands out due to its comprehensive curriculum, hands-on training, and expert faculty. Our program is designed to provide a well-rounded education in emergency medicine, incorporating the latest advancements and a focus on practical skills.

Applicants should have completed their residency in an accredited medical program and be board-certified or board-eligible. Specific requirements may vary, and prospective candidates are encouraged to review the detailed admission criteria outlined on our website or contact our admissions office for personalized guidance.

The curriculum is structured to cover a wide range of topics relevant to emergency medicine, including trauma care, critical care, toxicology, and more. It includes both didactic sessions and hands-on clinical experiences. Detailed information on the curriculum can be found in our program brochure or by contacting our program coordinator.

Our program is primarily designed as a full-time commitment to ensure a comprehensive learning experience. However, we understand the unique needs of our participants, and in some cases, part-time options may be considered. Prospective fellows are encouraged to discuss their specific circumstances with our admissions team.

Practical experience is a cornerstone of our program. Fellows engage in hands-on clinical rotations in emergency departments, simulation training, and procedural skills workshops. These experiences are designed to enhance their ability to handle real-world emergency situations with confidence.

Yes, we encourage fellows to engage in research projects under the mentorship of our faculty. Research opportunities are available, and we support participants in contributing to the academic and scientific aspects of emergency medicine.

MediCOLL Learning is committed to the success and well-being of its fellows. Support services include mentorship programs, counseling services, and academic support. Our goal is to create a supportive learning environment conducive to professional and personal growth.

Fellows have opportunities to connect with faculty, alumni, and professionals in the field through networking events, conferences, and collaborative initiatives. Our program aims to build a strong community of emergency medicine professionals to foster ongoing learning and collaboration.

Graduates are well-equipped for careers as emergency medicine physicians, clinical educators, and leaders in emergency departments. Our program's comprehensive training prepares fellows for various roles within the field.

Detailed information on the application process, including required documents and deadlines, can be found on our website. Prospective candidates are encouraged to reach out to our admissions office for any specific inquiries or assistance during the application process.

Programme Director

Dr. Anjali Bhatt
Dr. Anjali Bhatt

Founder and Consultant
MBBS, MD, F.DIAB, F.Endo, MSc Endo, Pune
As a practicing diabetes, endocrine and metabolic physician, She strongly believe that life-style plays an important role in management of obesity, diabetes and to a large extent other hormonal disorders. She's passionate about working on various methods that can reverse life-style disorders and help improve metabolism.

Course Mentor

Dr. Soumya Banerjee
Dr. Soumya Banerjee

M.S. General Surgery 3rd year Resident at IPGME&R and SSKM

Accreditation Partner(s)

Eintegrity healthcare e-learning
University of Liverool
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
Royal College of Physicians
Mangalayatan University

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— Dr. Naresh Kumar

There is much to be found in the variety of topics that are covered during the course at Medicoll Learning. I am very happy that I decided to enroll myself in the Medicoll learning fellowship program.

— Dr. Sanjay Kumar

The online course is of the highest quality and the faculty has been very helpful. My learning experience at Medicoll has been an excellent and stress-free experience.

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