“Influence your own CPD”

8 Aug

MNSHA (www.mnsha.nl) is designed as a modular program to deliver CPD to Dutch Emergency Physicians. We have now delivered 2 Masterclasses on Cardiovascular and Respiratory Medicine and are currently developing Masterclass II: Acute Medical Emergencies. The program is well underway and it will be intriguing, spectacular, surprising and challenging. To make it fit perfectly within in your needs, this is the time to let us know what you want covered in this Masterclass. What are your needs, where are your challenges, where are your knowledge gaps, what topics continue to raise discussion within your professional group? Let us know by leaving a comment on the site, sending us an email via info@interactie.nl, or contact us on Twitter (@Geijsel,  #MNSHA) .

And while you’re at it, you might as well let us know what other Masterclasses you’d like to see developed…


Femke Geijssel


4 Responses to ““Influence your own CPD””

  1. cariannedeelstra August 8, 2013 at 12:11 #

    Here are some ideas:

    I would like to know all the latest ins and outs of the big subjects like: Hypertension, DKA, anafylaxis en angioedema,… ect

    But also some discussion about why I look different at my patient as an ED doc instead of an internist. And I would like to be better in explaining why I didn’t do the full work up for an UTI but went for the simple GP’s approach! (this is alway a point of discussion with the internal medicine doc’s)

    Other masterclasses…. acute neurology! toxicology!

  2. cariannedeelstra August 8, 2013 at 12:21 #

    and of course a critical care masterclass!

  3. Egon Zwets August 12, 2013 at 09:53 #

    I would love acute toxicology, hematology & oncology…next to other stuff, like elektrolyt disturbances, DKA & sepsis!

    • lbkaterLaura October 19, 2013 at 09:22 #

      The geriatric patient: what’s different in the spectrum of diseases; growing population, massive part of our job, often bit undervalued, not really HOT topic. Skin: a lot of different wounds, infections, pediatric diseases: a big part of our work, expert opinions, evidence, skills.. Trauma: resuming what IS and what IS NOT evidence based: cervical collar, spine imaging, ATLS-based surveys (what is it worth in advanced EP’s?), extra’s to be skilled in. Laura

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