Acute Deterioration and Emergencies for Physician Trainees (ADEPT)

Acute Deterioration and Emergencies for Physician Trainees (ADEPT)

This is a 2-day course for Second Year Basic Physician Trainees (BPT2) about to take on their first “med reg” role.

The course will enhance trainee’s skills and confidence in managing the acutely deteriorating medical patient, with an emphasis not only on core knowledge but the leadership skills required to lead a met call response.

We use a blended educational approach including interactive workshops, lectures and immersive simulations. Trainees will gain confidence in initiating the treatment and ongoing management of patients requiring medical high dependency level care, in particular the use of inotropes, non-invasive ventilation and advanced arrhythmia management, in both rural and metropolitan based settings. The course will also include discussions and practice of teamwork challenges and Goals of Care discussions with patients and their family.

Who can attend?

Any BPT2. Please note there is pre-reading/preparation required to ensure you can maximise your time on the course.

How do I book?

Register via the following link to our secure online registration gateway ‘Try Booking’:

Places are limited due to government restrictions. Book now to avoid disappointment!

For dates and information, download the flyer here.

For further information, please contact:
Monash Simulation
T: 9928 8314


3 - 4 March 2021


8:00am - 4:30pm


50.00 Monash Health BPT2


Simulation Centre, Monash Health Moorabbin


Monash Simulation
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