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Chitwan Medical College (CMC) aspires to deliver highest level of state of art healthcare services. In order to do so, a robust medical healthcare team constituent of all health care professionals and allied services is required. Only with advanced and innovative multispecialty and multidisciplinary team can CMC achieve its goal.

This concept has been the origin of “CMC-CON”. CMC-CON is a series of conferences of all the disciplines in CMC, done in collaboration with the respective discipline by the CMC-CON organizing committee. It shall offer CME credit hours as per the regulations of Nepal Medical Council (NMC) and World Federation of Medical Education (WFME).

With CMC-CON, CMC expects to also fulfil its social responsibility to contribute to the advancement of the nation in healthcare and professional education. It shall not only be an academic feast with the presence of eminent scholars in the respective field from outside the country, but, it shall also promote distinguished healthcare professionals in the country who have contributed immensely in the field. It will encourage participation from other hospitals and institutions across the country.

“Chitwan International Emergency Medicine Conference” is the first of the series of conferences organized by the CMC-CON.


“Chitwan International Emergency Medicine Conference” is the first conference organized by CMC-CON as part of the CMC-QiMET center and supported by Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospital and ICEM. It is an effort to raise the level of emergency room care in Nepal. It is also set to mark the initiation of MRCEM, Member of Royal College of Emergency Medicine in CMC under Hybrid International Emergency Medicine “HIEM” and establishment of CMC as the first QiMET center.

The conference will be marked by keynote speeches from expert emergency physician such as Dr Juan Ballesteros, Dr Jill Alliyot and numerous pertinent lectures from eminent physicians from national and international arena. It is expected to portray the real and clear picture of the situation of emergency rooms in and outside Nepal. Program Schedule ..

The conference will be preceded by a workshop on “Use of Ultrasound in the management of patient with undifferentiated shock in the resuscitation room by a non-radiologist”. The training will be given by Dr Juan Ballesteros, a level 2 instructor with more than 29 years of experience in Emergency care in UK. Eight ultrasound stations will be dedicated to offer 3 hours of hands on training to faculty and residents. The stations will be dedicated to FAST scan, aorta assessment, Vascular access and Basic Echo. We believe that this will be the highlight of the conference cum workshop and the delegates will be offered skills that will positively change his/her clinical practice.


Hybrid International Emergency Medicine (HIEM) is the first collaborative international Emergency Medicine (EM) training developed in the UK, in which trainees will go through 4 years of training (1 st and 4 th year in Nepal and 2 nd and 3 rd year training in the UK). Trainees will follow Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) curriculum and Fellowship in Quality improvement (FQim) modules as part of the training.

At the end of the training process, trainees will sit Member of Royal College of Emergency Medicine MRCEM exam, will receive two qualifications (MRCEM and FQim).The degree of MRCEM will be awarded by Royal College of Emergency Medicine. The degree of FQim will be awarded by International Academy of Medical Leadership (IAML).

HIEM training is recognised by Nepal Medical Council (NMC) and RCEM-UK, and trainees on successful completion of the process will be able to work as specialists in Nepal.Subsequent to selection of the candidates in HIEM Training, the candidates will be designated as International Training Registrar (ITR).

Trainees will be recruited through Quality improvement Medical Education Training centres (QiMET) worldwide. In Nepal, Chitwan Medical College (CMC) has been recognised as QiMET centre. Trainees will come to the UK for training through Medical Training Initiative (MTI) national scheme designed to allow a small number of doctors to enter the UK from overseas for a maximum of 24 months, so that they can benefit from training and development in NHS services before returning to their home countries as specialist. In this training pathway, trainees do not need to sit the PLAB exam.

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Instructor:   Dr Juan Ballesteros,

(a level 2 instructor with more than 29 years of experience in emergency care in UK)

For Non-CMC delegates:   29 th September 2018, Time: 0700-1225 hrs
For CMC delegates:   28 th September 2018, Time: 1700- 2000 hrs

Venue:   Chitwan Medical College

Interested Lecturers and residents from the Department of Anaesthesia, Critical care, Emergency medicine, Gynaecology, Medicine, Orthopaedics, Paediatrics and Surgery are requested to register online at . The seats are limited and will be offered on “first come first serve basis”. Only online registration will be accepted. The last date of registration is 15 th September 2018.

The workshop will be followed by conference on “CHITWAN INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY MEDICINE CONFERENCE” ON 29 TH SEPTEMBER 2018.

Prof Dr Harish Chandra Neupane
Dr Tseten Yonjen Tamang
Chairman and Managing Director
CMC-CON coordinator
Chitwan Medical College
Chitwan Medical College