Clinical Practice Committee
Role of the Clinical Practice Committee:
- To collaborate with the work of the Specialty Implementation Committee and the Core Curriculum and Education Committee
- Provide educational and teaching material in emergency medicine clinical areas to the IFEM membership and to the international emergency medicine community
- To evaluate, amend and distribute existing educational and teaching material to the IFEM membership and to the international emergency medicine community
- To develop, design and distribute IFEM-sanctioned emergency medicine clinical practice educational and teaching material, to be provided to the IFEM membership and to the international emergency medicine community
Dr Ffion Davies | Chair
Royal College of Emergency Medicine
Dr Ffion Davies is a Consultant Emergency Physician and ED Education Lead at the University Hospitals of Leicester, UK. She qualified in 1990 and as a specialist in EM in 1999. She has a passion for education in Emergency Medicine and has sub-specialist training in paediatric emergency care.
Dr Eric Revue | Vice Chair
European Society for Emergency Medicine
Dr Revue began his medical studies at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris, started Emergency Medicine in the SAMU of Paris. He is specialized in EM and disaster medicine at Henri Mondor Hospital (SAMU 94), toxicology at Fernand Widal-Lariboisière Hospital.
Work and achievements
The Clinical Practice Committee is committed to improving the educational resources available to all healthcare staff, wishing to improve their emergency care. Each of the Special Interest Groups is devoted to assisting in their specialist area of work.
Resources and training
There are 9 Special Interest Groups within the Clinical Practice Committee. They have a lot of valuable resources, free for use by any emergency medicine staff across the world. These range from mission statements, to benchmarking documents, curricula for specialist areas of practice, internationally accepted standards of care, fellowship opportunities and systematic literature reviews. This is a growing resource section so please check back regularly for new developments. For Special Interest Group resources you can visit their web page or search the resource library.