Professionalisation rather than monopolisation is the future of emergency medicine in Europe

Professionalisation rather than monopolisation is the future of emergency medicine in Europe 234 Correspondence Society for Emergency Medicine. We presented in our References 1 Buscher H. Who takes the lead in critically ill patients? Eur J Anaesthesiol Editorial a model of a longitudinal and collaborative 2018; 35:232 – 233. approach to CRitical Emergency Medicine (CREM), a 2DeRobertisE,Bo ¨ ttiger BW, Søreide E, et al.,onbehalfofthe ESA/EBAtaskforce winning approach for the best care of all critically on Critical Emergency Medicine. The monopolisation of emergency medicine in Europe:the flipsideofthe medal. Eur J Anaesthesiol 2017; 34:251–253. ill or injured patients. This model of patient-centred 3 De Robertis E, Knape JTA, McAdo J, Pagni R. Core curriculum in emergency collaboration is well established in many European medicine integrated in the specialty of anaesthesiology. Eur J Anaesthesiol 2007; 24:987 – 990. countries. 4 De Robertis E, Tomins P, Knape H. Anaesthesiologists in emergency medicine: the desirable manpower. Eur J Anaesthesiol 2010; 27: As pointed out by Dr Buscher, only a very few patients in 223 – 225. an emergency department are critically ill, and require a 5 Hautz WE, Sauter TC, Lehmann B, Exadaktylos AK. Professionalisation multidisciplinary team approach. Coordination of such a rather than monopolisation is the future of emergency medicine in Europe. Eur J Anaesthesiol http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Journal of Anaesthesiology Wolters Kluwer Health

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234 Correspondence Society for Emergency Medicine. We presented in our References 1 Buscher H. Who takes the lead in critically ill patients? Eur J Anaesthesiol Editorial a model of a longitudinal and collaborative 2018; 35:232 – 233. approach to CRitical Emergency Medicine (CREM), a 2DeRobertisE,Bo ¨ ttiger BW, Søreide E, et al.,onbehalfofthe ESA/EBAtaskforce winning approach for the best care of all critically on Critical Emergency Medicine. The monopolisation of emergency medicine in Europe:the flipsideofthe medal. Eur J Anaesthesiol 2017; 34:251–253. ill or injured patients. This model of patient-centred 3 De Robertis E, Knape JTA, McAdo J, Pagni R. Core curriculum in emergency collaboration is well established in many European medicine integrated in the specialty of anaesthesiology. Eur J Anaesthesiol 2007; 24:987 – 990. countries. 4 De Robertis E, Tomins P, Knape H. Anaesthesiologists in emergency medicine: the desirable manpower. Eur J Anaesthesiol 2010; 27: As pointed out by Dr Buscher, only a very few patients in 223 – 225. an emergency department are critically ill, and require a 5 Hautz WE, Sauter TC, Lehmann B, Exadaktylos AK. Professionalisation multidisciplinary team approach. Coordination of such a rather than monopolisation is the future of emergency medicine in Europe. Eur J Anaesthesiol

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Published: Mar 1, 2018

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