The Emergency Medicine Education and Training program (EMET) is an initiative funded by a Commonwealth grant to the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine for the development of teaching and training opportunities for staff working in Emergency Departments with minimal or no consultant support in Emergency Medicine. The program provides training to 6 regions in South Australia : Riverland, Murray Mallee, Mt Gambier / South East SA, Gawler/Barossa, Hills/Fleurieu and Yorke Peninsula / Mid North.
GPs Please Note: There has been a recent change in the way the Rural Procedural Grants are evaluated with the GP Colleges. They now require more than 4 hours face to face learning component. The EMET Workshops are, in most cases, 3 hours long (4 hours with meal breaks). This means that you will still be able to apply for the grant, however you will be required to attend 2 workshops with the EMET Program, and claim them together as both relating to Emergency Medicine. Please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org should you wish to discuss this further.