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Welcome to our Website

It was in early 2009 that the Philippine College of Emergency Medicine and Acute Care (PCEMAC) and the Philippine Society of Emergency Care Physicians (PSECP) began the process of merging into a single national specialty society for Emergency Medicine, with the encouragement and guidance of the Philippine Medical Association. A Steering Committee was organized to work towards the merger of the PCEMAC, and after several meetings, the Philippine College of Emergency Medicine (PCEM) was born.

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MOA for BETTER

Last June 19, 2011, the Philippine College of Emergency Medicine (PCEM) and the Philippine College of Surgeons (PCS) have signed a memorandum of agreement to promote the Basic Evaluation and Training for Trauma and Emergency Response (BETTER). As partners in trauma prevention, the two specialty societies planned to organize several training activities to enhance the capacities of doctores to manage trauma cases.

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We are PCEM Inc.

It was in early 2009 that the Philippine College of Emergency Medicine and Acute Care (PCEMAC) and the Philippine Society of Emergency Care Physicians (PSECP) began the process of merging into a single national specialty society for Emergency Medicine, with the encouragement and guidance of the Philippine Medical Association.

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AREMP

The Asosasyon ng mga Residente ng Emergency Medicine sa Pilipinas (AREMP) is the organization of residents training in emergency medicine and emergency medical services. The group was established in 2003 with only 3 hospital members (Makati Medical Center, Ospital ng Makati and St. Luke’s Medical Center).

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More presentations from the recently concluded Convention are now downloadable! See below for links.

PRESENTATIONS for DOWNLOAD

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Reynante E. Mirano

Dr. Ryan, as he is often called by his colleagues and friends is one of the pioneers of Emergency Medicine in the Philippines ...

Constitution

The national academic body composed of dedicated professional emergency medicine physicians oriented towards quality service ...

Residents attend research workshop

Last September 16, residents from the various training institutions attended the 2nd research workshop organized by the Research and Academics Committee of the Philippine College of Emergency Medicine (PCEM). A total of 30 trainees learned about the basic tenets of research protocol development.  During the workshop, the doctors discussed their research topics with facilitators.


The activity, organized in cooperation with the St. Luke’s Medical Center (SLMC), Department of Emergency Medicine and the Research and Biotechnology Division of SLMC QC also provided important information on good clinical practice during the conduct of a research project.


The training course was aimed at improving the research projects of residents in emergency medicine.

PCEM set to conduct 2nd WINFOCUS Basic Ultrasound Life Support Course

The Phlippine College of Emergency Medicine (PCEM) through its Research and Academics Committee is set to conduct the 2nd WINFOCUS Basic Ultrasound Life Support Course on October 24-25, 2014. This in cooperation with WINFOCUS Malaysia led by its President Dr. Adi Osman.

Following the success of the first course last April  25-26, PCEM and WINFOCUS Malaysia hope to foster further cooperation to enhance the use of ultrasound in the practice of emergency medicine.  A total of 30 participants from various emergency departments learned how to utilize bedside ultrasound to improve diagnosis of urgent illness and improve outcomes of resuscitation.

According to Dr. Reynante Mirano, Chair of the Research and Academics Committee, emergency ultrasound is a significant skill that must be learned by emergency medicine physicians. Another 50 participants are targetted to acquire the skill in performing beside ultrasonography and interpreting the results.

 

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