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The Emergency Medicine Workshop

This one-day, in-person workshop has been designed as an immersive, hands-on experience aimed at empowering you with invaluable life-saving knowledge and practical skills.


August 9, 2024




One-day workshop


The Workshop is approved for 10 CPD hours.


The Emergency Medicine Workshop is a one day face to face hands-on practical course empowering you with invaluable life-saving knowledge and experience.

It has been designed to enhance your online learning through an engaging, practical exercises that provide essential life-saving knowledge and hands-on experience.

You will navigate a variety of scenarios with interactive simulations, case discussions, and skills stations, all guided by our expert faculty. Learn from emergency physicians and nurse practitioners who will share their experiences and clinical insights across disciplines and structures.

Elevate your education with this unique opportunity to gain invaluable skills and expertise.


This course is relevant to:

  • Junior Medical Officers (PGY2+)

  • General Practitioners

  • Urgent Care Practitioners

  • Nurse Practitioners



August 9, 2024


Conference Rooms Monash University, SPHPM 553 St Kilda Road, Melbourne


Dr David McCreary

Dr David McCreary is an Emergency Physician at the Alfred Hospital and an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Monash University. He completed his undergraduate training in the UK at the University of Liverpool and completed his MSc in Trauma Science from Queen Mary’s University, London. David trained in Emergency Medicine in a variety of centres in UK and Australia and is a Fellow of both the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine.

Dr Binula Wickramarachchi

Dr Binula Wickramarachchi is an Emergency Physician at the Alfred Emergency & Trauma Centre and an Adjunct Lecturer at Monash University. He completed his undergraduate training at the University of Auckland in 2011, prior to making the move across the Tasman for his emergency specialist training. His clinical experience includes emergency, critical care and retrieval medicine in various sites across Melbourne and Darwin.

Claire Lobb

Claire has more than 20 years of emergency nursing experience. She has been working at The Alfred Hospital Emergency & Trauma Centre since 2014 and became endorsed as a Nurse Practitioner in 2015.
She has been overseeing the N.P. candidate program for the past five years, providing mentorship and support to trainees as they work towards endorsement. Claire is now involved in the expansion and redevelopment of the program, licensing it to external EDs throughout Victoria interstate and supporting them as they establish their own professional development program for both NP candidates and endorsed NPs. Claire has a passion for education, providing teaching for medical and nursing staff. She has been involved with the Emergency Medicine course since early 2023 developing content and facilitating workshops for the face-to-face training day.

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