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Royal Society of Medicine, London
8th - 11th November 2014
International World Extreme Medicine Conference & Expo
International World Extreme Medicine Conference & Expo, Royal Society of Medicine, London, 8th November to 11th November 2014 BOOK NOW

Welcome to International Extreme Medicine Conference & Expo

EXTREME MEDICINE 2015 - Taking Medicine to the Extremes

The 2013 Conference hosted at  Harvard Medical School received rave reviews from 'best medical conference we have ever been to'... to ...'simply amazing' and in 2014 we are back on home turf in London. Equally succesful was our 2014 conference held at the Royal Society of Medicine with tickets in a number of differant catagories sold out prior to the gathering.

In 2015 we will running a 2 day Extreme Medicine in Brisbane 20/21 June and in London a full 4 days 26-29 October.

This specialist conference was developed specifically with medical professionals in mind, bringing together the learnings from various areas of remote medicine, and attracted delegates from around the world. 

'The London Extreme Medicine Conference was an international gathering of some of the best Extreme Medicine minds in the world. It provided an amazing, stimulating and accessible forum for all to question and learn more about this diverse branch of medicine. All the contributors and delegates were superbly friendly and approachable and provided countless networking opportunities to forge links between members of this worldwide faculty to progress the field of Expedition, Wilderness and Extreme Medicine.'

88% of respondents rated the 2014 event as Excellent or Very Good, telling us “…
I would rate it one of the best two conferences available at the moment for professionals working in emergency and critical care environments.”
“Great conference with very knowledgeable speakers with a vast amount of experience! “ 

Previous conference speakers have included many of the very best speakers from around the world (including Professor Gordon Giesbrecht, Professpr Mike Grocott and Professor Chris Imray), who are the world experts in many remote extreme medicine fields including expedition and wilderness, pre-hospital, disaster and relief medicine.

The fomat of the 2015 conference has changed from prevoius years to include more contemporary issues

Each day of the conference focuses on different aspects of Extreme Medicine. The first day covers Pre-Hospital Medicine; the second day will focus on Global Health, third day Humantarian & Disastor Medicine and the last Expedition & Extreme Medicine.  Concurrently running on Day 1 & 2 will be sessions on biomedical technology and day 3 & 4 Endurance Sports Medicine.

We estimate that the WMS designates this educational activity for a maximum of 29.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Each physician should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.  The Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine accredits the conference for 30 Core Points and the pre-conference workshop for 10 PRPD & 7 Core + 10 EM MOPS


Mark Hannaford, Dr Amy Hughes and The Expedition & Wilderness Medicine Team

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