We at 1Medical are always looking for ways to assist doctors in furthering their education or reach their career goals. Therefore, we are keen to assist doctors following the Australian College of Emergency Medicine Fellowship program in being successful when completing the written and OSCE exams. We know both of these exams are extremely challenging and it’s the final hurdle prior to being granted your FACEM. That’s why we have partnered with “Ace the ACEM Exam” as they are fast becoming the leading Emergency Medicine Fellowship Education company in terms of success conversion with doctors who attend their courses. This program entails 6 month online programs with interactive Webinars conducted in small numbers, followed by an in depth 3-4 day immersive course prior to each of the exams. If this sounds like something that may be of use to you, please read on for more information and get in touch with us Benjamin Lepke at 1Medical to discuss an introduction.
An intensive online live education program based in Australia, reviewing the syllabus of the ACEM Written and OSCE Exam in detail, allowing course attendees to immerse themselves in the clinical reasoning required to pass the Fellowship exams with ease. Every topic will be covered across the series of webinars. The program wraps-up with an intensive face-to-face exam syllabus review over 3 days in Brisbane for the Written Exam and 4 days simulation for the OSCE exam. The face-to-face is managed in small group workshops to allow individual feedback and the personalised touch our program offers.
Trained in South Africa and immigrated to Australia in 2000, Zaahid has 20 yrs of experience in General and Paediatric Emergency Medicine and having been involved in ACEM Exam teaching for a decade, he has previously held positions as a Co-DEMT, Director of Emergency Medicine, an ACEM College SAQ Exam Committee member. Zaahid has been a co-founder many course including APEM, AFEM and PEM Revision. Zaahid has had a strong interest in volunteering in resource challenged settings like South Africa, Fiji, India and would love to extend Emergency Medicine teaching online to rural Australia. Zaahid clinical skills and interest broadly cover work in ED, some private paediatrics as well as the occasional international retrieval with Vector 360. Together with Vector 360 Zaahid hopes to continue teaching in areas of need like Papua NewGuinea, Solomon Islands and Fiji. When he is not working or teaching he is on the cricket field either coaching or watching his sons play cricket.
For more information and contact, please contact Benjamin Lepke on firstname.lastname@example.org or call him on 0403585665