Who and what is EM:RAP? Emergency Medicine: Reviews and Perspectives (EM:RAP) is our sponsor and source of the continuing medical education (cme) materials brought to you by the Techies Without Borders (TWB) program called Continuing Medical Education on Stick (CMES) and CMES-Pi. Listen to a free podcast by Mel Herbert MD MBBS FAAEM as he discusses the future of EMRAP here.
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Welcome and meet Dr. Lisa Charles, Director of Victoria Hospital Emergency Department. Dr. Charles and her team of eight ED physicians joined the Continuing Medical Education on Stick (CMES) project this month. CMES is a collaborative initiative to improve access to cme for medical practitioners in resource-challenged areas.
Victoria Hospital is located in Castries, St. Lucia, an island in the eastern Caribbean Sea. It is the main public healthcare facility for the northern part of the island. Mr. C. Felix St. Hill, Permanent Secretary of the Department of Health and Wellness granted permission for Dr. Debra Stoner, from Techies Without Borders (TWB), to present the project to the ED staff and train them how to use the CMES thumb drives. CMES is an education project of TWB.
Dr. Charles plans to use the lectures to meet some of the St. Lucia Medical Council’s cme requirements as traveling off the island to attend cme conferences can be challenging for her staff.
Who knew? Maybe you know of colleagues in challenging clinical practices who would benefit from the CMES Project? Please put them in contact with Dr. Debra Stoner: email@example.com