The first edition of the Guide to the Essentials in Emergency Medicine, co-edited by two prominent emergency physicians, Associate Professors Shirley Ooi and Peter Manning, with a combined total of 64 years of Emergency Medicine practice between them, was first published in Singapore in 2004.
This book focuses on the practical management of the most life-threatening and common conditions encountered by emergency physicians. It is designed to offer a balanced viewpoint advocating the tenets of evidence-based medicine.
This second edition preserves several of its predecessor s hallmark features. - Easy-to-read format: clinical descriptions are presented succinctly and problems are introduced with the same symptom-based approach in Section One. - Popular sections such as Caveats, covering the pitfalls likely to be encountered in medical practice, and Special Tips for GPs are retained.
New features of this second edition include: - Twenty new chapters - Thorough revision of the text for more content coverage, easier reading, and reflection of the latest evidence - Reorganisation of Section Two into specific systems for ease of reading and revision for exams - Inclusion of coloured photographs - Addition of further illustrations, ECGs, plain radiographs, CT scans and ultrasound images
Key Study Features: - A quick reference for medical officers (residents) serving their Emergency Medicine rotations, emergency department nurses and ancillary staff. - Valuable foundational reading for basic and advanced Emergency Medicine trainees preparing for their postgraduate examination. - Practical, focused and concise presentations of common conditions encountered by medical students during their rotations in the Emergency Department. - An indispensable guide to treating multidisciplinary emergencies for house officers and medical officers serving their rotations other than Emergency Medicine.
Key Content Features: - Special Tips for GPs provides a helpful section for general practitioners, paramedics and pre-hospital care personnel during the first 30 minutes of multidisciplinary emergencies. - Symptom-based approach is eminently readable, current, succinct and systematic.
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Associate Professor Shirley Ooi [MBBS (S'pore), FRCSEd(A&E)] is a Senior Consultant at the Emergency Medicine Department, (EMD) National University Health System (NUHS), Singapore. She has worked in Edinburgh, UK in 1992, did a Trauma Fellowship at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, USA in 1996-97 and American College of Emergency Physician Teaching Fellowship in 2004. She was the Head of the EMD NUHS from July 2006 till March 2010 when she stepped down to focus on her new role as the Designated Institutional Official of the NUHS Residency programme. She was an Adjunct Professor at the Department of Emergency Medicine, University Kebangsaan Malaysia from 2007-2013.
A/P Ooi s passion is in teaching and mentoring and she is a well-sought after lecturer locally and overseas. She has won numerous teaching awards, the most prestigious being the 2013 National Outstanding Clinician Educator Award "for her outstanding and immense contribution in nurturing and shaping future medical leaders, and the development of the field of Emergency Medicine Education in Singapore". She is also a core faculty for the NUHS Emergency Medicine Residency Program.
A/P Ooi is also actively involved in research and has won several research awards. She is the joint editor of 'Guide to Essentials in Emergency Medicine' published in 2004 and is a co-author of 'Medicolegal Issues in Emergency Medicine and Family Practice' published in 2007. She had also won the National Medical Excellence Team Award (NMEA) in 2011 for her contribution in reducing median door-to-door balloon time for ST elevation myocardial infarction patients presenting at the EMD.
Associate Professor Peter Manning has a career that spans 42 years and 4 countries, each with a unique approach to Emergency Medicine. He graduated from University College Hospital Medical School, London in 1971, with his first contact with Emergency Medicine being in 1973 as a Senior House Officer at Peterborough District Hospital in UK. His formal Emergency Medicine residency training commenced in Toledo, Ohio USA in 1977, and he subsequently obtained his Board certification in 1984, recertifying in 1993. He worked for 17 years in Toledo as an attending physician in a busy department with a heavy accent on clinical work and teaching.
A/P Manning is a past Oral Board examiner for the American Board of Emergency Medicine, and is a past examiner for the conjoint MCEM / MMed [A&E] in Singapore. He is a past Chairman of the Residency Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Health, Singapore.
His current position as Emeritus Consultant in the Emergency Medicine Department at the National University Hospital combines clinical work, teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and administration at Medical Board level. He is Vice-Chairman Medical Board for Clinical Risk Management & medico-legal matters, and, Chairman of the Mortality Audit Committee.
He completed a 7-year stint as Head of Department in June 2006.
With teaching becoming an ever-increasing component of his work, A/P Manning has developed an Applied Basic Science Revision Course Revision Course in Applied Basic Sciences focused specifically on the needs of emergency physicians in training, as outlined in the curriculum of the College of Emergency Medicine [UK] for the MCEM Part A Examination. He has also developed a series of tutorials and Short Answer Question practice examinations for the MCEM Part B examination and the local Exit certification examination.About the Author:
Dr. Shirley Ooi is a Senior Consultant Emergency Physician at the Emergency Medicine Department National University Hospital (EMD NUH), Singapore and a Senior Clinical Lecturer at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Faculty of Medicine.
Dr. Peter Manning is the Chief and Senior Consultant Emergency Physician at the Emergency Medicine Department National University Hospital (EMD NUH), Singapore and a CLinical Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore(NUS)Faculty of Medicine.
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