Bookmark : https://www.afem.info/resources/em-guidance-application/?id=13&entryId=395
Skip to : [Content] [Navigation]

Back

EM Guidance Application

27 May 2014

The EM Guidance Application was designed to provide emergency clinical practice guidelines to healthcare providers on their mobile phones. This app has been created by TOMPSA, in collaboration with AFEM and the Division of Emergency Medicine at the University of Cape Town and Stellenbosch University.

Currently, the EM Guidance App provides clinical and systems guidelines based on the South African 2013 Emergency Medicine Guidance Books. In the future, the app has the potential to be customised with the emergency clinical guidelines of other countries.

The EM Guidance Application is available for free download for all iOS and Android devices from TOMPSA.


    South Africa

    South AfricaSouth Africa

    EMSSA represents a group of enthusiastic healthcare professionals dedicated to the development of quality emergency care throughout South Africa. Emergency Medicine has only recently been recognized as an independent speciality, although this country has always had a large burden of patients presenting to our pre-hospital and hospital emergency services with experienced and passionate personnel rendering much needed care.

    www.emssa.org.za

    Tanzania

    TanzaniaTanzania

    The Emergency Medicine Association of Tanzania (EMAT) was formed in May 2010  by doctors and nurses with active involvement in emergency care in Tanzania. The President is Dr Hendry Robert Sawe, of Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences(MUHAS)-Dar es salaam. The objective of EMAT is to Pioneer, promote and advocate for dissemination of emergency care in Tanzania, through Teaching, research and education of emergency care.

    www.ematz.org

    Botswana

    BotswanaBotswana

    The Botswana Society for Emergency Care (BSEC) held it's foundational meeting in November 2010, and was officially registered as a society in Botswana in September 2011. BSEC's mission is to promote advocate for emergency care in Botswana through teaching, research, and education. BSEC liases with partners from EMSSA and AFEM, and supports the emergency medicine post-graduate training program at the University of Botswana School of Medicine. Since it's inception, BSEC has hosted seminars on emergency triage, pre-hospital care, and acute care needs in Botswana.

    Ethiopia

    EthiopiaEthiopia

    The Ethiopian Society of Emergency Medical Professionals was formed in 2012. The President is Dr Sisay Teklu, of Addis Ababa University. The objective of ESEP is to assist in development of hospital and Pre-Hospital emergency care.

    www.esemp.org

    Libya

    LibyaLibya

    LEMA will encourage and promote professional excellence, advance the science and practice of emergency medicine, and serve as an advocate for patients, their families, the public, the profession and the ER physicians. It will offer to the interdisciplinary team the necessary tools for the interaction with the critically ill patient and their families from a holistic perspective.

    Nigeria

    NigeriaNigeria

    SEMPON held their inaugural scientific conference in September 2014, themed: "The State of Emergency Care in Nigeria: the Way Forward". The objective of the organisation is to evaluate the state of emergency care in Nigeria, and engineer cooperation and partnership among key stakeholders. 

    http://www.semponconference2014.org

    Egypt

    EgyptEgypt

    The president of the Egyptian Society for Emergency Medicine is Dr. Hussein Sabri. It was formed in 2012, and is dedicated to improving patient care by advancing the science and practice of emergency medicine. It is an interdisciplinary organisation whose members are involved in the provision of emergency care. 

    http://www.egsem.com/en/