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The Department of Emergency Medicine in Saint John, New Brunswick is a Clinical Academic Department, affiliated with Horizon Health Network and Dalhousie University that provides emergency care to over 125,000 patients annually at four hospitals in southern New Brunswick, as well as supporting care on the island of Grand Manan. We also provide academic and clinical leadership in emergency medicine locally and regionally with active educational, research, administrative and clinical support programs. We promote high-quality specialist emergency medicine. The Saint John Regional Hospital is the largest facility in New Brunswick and serves a population of 200,000 in the southern part of the province. As a flagship tertiary care hospital, and level 1 Trauma Centre, we have 23 areas of specialty medicine and surgery, supported by a vast array of research, education, health promotion activities and community partnerships. The department has a strong working partnership with Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick and the Dal EM program

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CanPoCUS has a rich ancestry in worldwide PoCUS education. Established in 2002, Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound (ECCU) is recognised as a leader in the development of point-of-care ultrasound training. Our courses have been taught across the UK, Canada, Europe and Africa. Our directors are internationally respected ultrasound educators and researchers. With a focus on PoCUS education in Canada, both urban and rural, CanPoCUS draws on decades of experience, research and innovation to deliver the very highest quality PoCUS training. Click here for more information on our available course at the CanPoCUS website. CanPoCUS.com

Emergency Medicine Review

The Emergency Medicine Review Course guides eligible physicians from across Canada in preparation for the CCFP(EM) certification exam.

Over 21 weekly sessions, a CCFP(EM) lecturer will review the core material covered in the exam: CFPC’s Priority Topics in Emergency Medicine. The course also includes weekly and full-length practice Short Answer Management Problem (SAMP) exams and a live, one-on-one practice oral exam session.



EMSJ Simulation

The Saint John Regional Hospital Emergency Department Simulation Program was started 2012, with the aim of team development and training for less frequent, high acuity emergencies. With investment into the highest quality equipment we now have multiple on-site and off-site programs. We offer workshops on simulation debriefing. Click here for more information.