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Twenty-one years after its first ED was delivered from Scotland, in 18 trucks, Romania’s emergency health care system enjoys strong public trust and confidence.
With 450 trained EPs now working in 85% of Dutch EDs, the EM specialty continues to gain traction in Dutch hospitals and among medical students.
After a year of clinical and training work at an ED in Kigali, Rwanda, Dr. Rahman returns to his former ED in England and here reflects upon the great importance of the greater health system contexts in EM development.
After relentless media coverage of the state of many EDs in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, the pressure is on to reform key A&E processes and funding mechanisms.
Slovenia is now undergoing a planned transition in which primary health care emergency services will be merged with hospital emergency services.
Educational advances must be paired with administrative solutions that support consistent, accountable care-giving.
Poland's significant emergency medicine problems stem from a lack of funding and a lack of regulations regarding staffing and training.
How could medical school education - specifically exposure to emergency medicine - be improved in your country?
This year’s ICEM host struggles against high EM burn out rates and a lack of food regulations in the marketplace.
Earlier this year, a delegation from Harvard's South Asia Institute visited the Aga Khan University Hospital and observed some of Pakistan's unique emergency care challenges.
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