Acute Presentations

THE COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE

Curriculum and Assessment Systems For Higher Speciality Training ST4-6 

HST Acute Presentations (HAP)
  1. Abdominal pain
  2. Acute back pain
  3. Alcohol and substance abuse (HAP 3)
  4. Anal pain and rectal bleeding
  5. Blackouts
  6. Breathlessness
  7. Bruising and spontaneous bleeding
  8. Chest pain
  9. Dental emergencies
  10. Dialysis
  11. Environmental emergencies (HAP 11)
  12. Epistaxis
  13. Falls
  14. Fever
  15. Fits /Seizure
  16. Haematemesis and melaena (HAP 16)
  17. Headache
  18. Joint swelling – atraumatic
  19. Limb pain and swelling – traumatic and atraumatic
  20. Major Incident management (HAP 20)
  21. Oncology emergencies
  22. Observational Medicine
  23. Palpitations
  24. Penile conditions (HAP 24)
  25. Poisoning
  26. Pre-hospital care
  27. Pregnancy
  28. Rash – Life-threatening rashes
  29.  Research
  30. Sexual assault (HAP 30)
  31. Sexually transmitted disease (HAP 31)
  32.  Visual loss
  33. Weakness not due to stroke
  34. Wound management

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