Useful Fellowship Websites

Here are some websites that our trainees have found useful for ACEM Fellowship Exam preparation:

Written & Clinicals

  • ACEM Fellowship Exam Resources
    • ACEM’s collection of Fellowship Exam Resources including: relevant exam info (dates, fees), example questions, recommended reading list and other websites dedicated to helping you pass the fellowship exam, etc….
  • ACEM Policies & Guidelines
    • As stated above – some stuff you should be familiar with!
  • Lifeinthefastlane – the whole website is useful, however there are some specific sections related to the ACEM fellowship exam:
  • Passacemfellowship.com
    • A new collaborative project in Perth, Western Australia, focussed on sharing time, skills, and resources to help ACEM trainees through the Fellowship Exam process
  • NSW Combined Hospitals ACEM Fellowship Preparation Course
    • This is the website for the NSW Combined Hospitals Fellowship Exam Preparation Course
  • EDjunction.net
    • This is an Emergency Medicine(EM) Resource Website originally designed for Westmead and Blacktown Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM) registrars. It is a links site where the best EM on line information converge in an organized platform. It also serves as a repository of information geared towards passing the ACEM Fellowship examination
  • EmergencyPedia – FACEM 
    • FACEM resources including revision notes (2012-2013) by Dr Andrew Coggins’s Westmead Hospital, Sydney, NSW
  • Fellowsh.it
    • Fellowship Resources (esp. VAQ’s & SAQ’s) from Princess Alexandra (PA) Hospital QLD
  • AMBonsall.com
    • Fellowship notes (written 2009, updated 2012) by Dr Adrian Bonsall, Sydney, NSW
  • ImproveEDcare – ACEM Part 2 Resources
    • Auckland Advanced Trainee resources website – created to help ACEM trainees share study notes, question banks and any other resources in preparation for those pesky Part Two Examinations…
  • EDExam
    • ED Exam is a website with general advice on how to tackle the FACEM Part 2 Exam, podcasts, and a notes & question repository (with free membership) –  run by Dr Andy Buck, Cabrini Private Hospital ED, Melbourne & St John Of God (Ballarat) Private Hospital ED
  • TJDogma
    • A site/blog developed by Dr Trevor Jackson (currently at Cabrini Hospital in Melbourne) , with input from Prof Ian Rogers (SJOG Murdoch Hospital, WA), that contains many great pearls of wisdom extracted from their years as emergency medicine educators and as examiners for the ACEM exams. This site includes some study notes sorted by topic and also some extremely useful posts relating to exam preparation and technique (don’t miss his tips on SAQ’s & Long Case examinations)
  • Emergency Fellowship Links
    • Site managed by emergency registrar Luke Phillips with “links organised by topic and some practice exam questions for the ACEM Fellowship Exam”

 

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