”If students are to learn desired outcomes in a reasonably effective manner, then the teacher’s fundamental task is to get students to engage in learning activities that are likely to result in their achieving those outcomes. . . . It is helpful to remember that what the student does is actually more important in determining what is learned than what the teacher does.” T.J. Shuell
Residents and specialists in Emergency Medicine working at the emergency departments of Lund, Malmö, Helsingborg, Kristianstad, Ystad and neighbouring Denmark participate in joint one-day long training sessions that are offered on a monthly basis in one of the regional clinical training centers.
The principles that underlie the structure of our training program are described under the heading Pedagogic Principles
A description of the 20 half-day training sessions that are repeated every 1.5 years and the associated pretests can be found under the heading Sessions & Pretests
How the sessions correspond to the Swedish Specialist Examination in Emergency Medicine can be found under the heading Sessions vs Exam
Under the heading Scenarios, you can find templates to write your own scenarios based on the format used during our regional training sessions. This format is identical to the format used in the Swedish Specialist Examination in Emergency Medicine, the EMCC course, and the course Akutsjukvård för AT-läkare. Using the same format allows for the future possibility of sharing a common databank of scenarios. The European Society of Emergency Medicine’s education committee recommends basing scenarios on real cases .
The course Akutsjukvård för AT-läkare is a 2.5 day scenario-based course in Emergency Medicine that is offered to all first year residents in Region Skåne prior to their clinical rotation in the Emergency Department. Under the heading Akutsjukvård för AT-läkare, you can find information about the course content as well as the powerpoint presentations of the course lectures.
Links to teaching material on the internet can be found under the heading Links
Residents & specialists that would like more information about the structure and content of our regional training program may contact Eric Dryver (firstname.lastname@example.org). Suggestions to develop the program and pretests are welcome.
 Dryver E, Prosen G, Garcia-Castrillo Riesgo L, Dodt C. European Society for Emergency Medicine viewpoint: the decalog of scenario-based training. European Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2020;27(1):2-4. doi: 10.1097/mej.0000000000000646