NHA_Emergency Care
Emergency Care  
1.Rajavithi Hospital :  
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3.Nopparat Rajathanee Hospital :  
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1.1 Tertiary Care: Trauma Registry
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2.1 Tertiary Care: Trauma & Accident
2.2 Research: Research training is an important component of the emergency medicine residency training. All residents are taught basic research skills so that they can critically evaluate the results of published studies and use this knowledge to inform their clinical practice.

Resident and faculty research presentations are required for the completion of their residency training

Resident research in the department of Emergency Medicine, Lerdsin Hospital
  • Yanasan A, Tassasuntornwong S, "Time to diagnosis, Time to operation of Intracranial Hematoma from ED to OR and surgical outcome at Lerdsin Hospital" Ann Thai Emergency Medicine Journal 2010.
  • Chulamanee W, Yanasan A, " Causes and Rates of Emergency Department Revisits within 48 hours at Lerdsin Hospital in 2010" Ann Thai Emergency Medicine Journal 2012.
  • Kiattansakul P, Yanasan A, " Public Perception of Stroke warning signs for Stroke code activation" Ann Thai Emergency Medicine Journal 2013.
  • Thayapitak T, Lungchukiet P, " The study of readiness in care for children in ED of residency training institutes for Emergency Medicine in Thailand" Ann Thai Emergency Medicine Journal 2013.
2.3 Training: The Emergency Medicine Residency at Lerdsin hospital is a three year program offering residents the opportunity to work and learn in a large community hospital setting. Residents rotate through the Emergency Department on an 8 hour shifts; working directly with an Emergency Medicine senior resident and attending physician.

R1 year : The first year of training is designed to provide a broad base for residents to acquire the knowledge, skills and abilities requisite to emergency medicine throughout the remainder of their training and future career.

R2 year: The second year of training is designed for more in-depth exposure to emergency medicine. R2s are expected to focus on critical care, while refining their skills and efficiency managing less-emergent patients.

R3 year: Senior residents are expected to apply and disseminate the knowledge they have gained from their previous training. R3s will have experience in a wide variety of emergency departments.

R3s assume more supervisory and educational roles. During their work shifts, they will also assist in the education of medical students in bedside teaching, small group discussion and clinical observation.
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3.1 Tertiary Care: Emergency Response to Chemical Disaster Exercise
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