13th Dutch North Sea Emergency Medicine Conference 2021

Hotel Zuiderduin, Egmond at Sea 2-4 June 2021

Ultrasound-guided venous access and nerve blocks

Faculty: Ultrasound section

Thursday June 3, 2021

  • 10.30 – 12.00 h
  • 13.00 – 14.30 h

The use of point-of-care ultrasound by Emergency Physicians in guiding invasive procedures is growing rapidly. It is essential to work safely, while adapting to the new possibilities that ultrasound guided procedures offer. During this workshop you will learn to perform ultrasound guided peripheral and central venous access, and upper & lower extremity nerve blocks.

Do not miss this opportunity to practice new skills on realistic phantoms, in small groups by experienced staff.

Part 1: Ultrasound guided vascular access

  • Peripheral intravenous line placement
  • Central venous line placement

Part 2: Utrasound guided peripheral nerve blocks

  • Upper extremity: medial, ulnar and radial nerve
  • Lower extremity: femoral, tibial and ischiatic nerve

Sepsis voor pro’s

Thursday June 3, 2021

  • 10.30 – 12.00 h
  • 13.00 – 14.30 h

In een interactieve workshop wordt de SEH arts of AIOS geconfronteerd met klinische dilemma’s in de zorg voor patiënten met sepsis en septische shock. Aan de hand van recente ontwikkelingen en literatuur leert de cursist een pragmatische aanpak toe te passen. De cursist kan na deze workshop beredeneerde keuzes maken in het optimaliseren van oxygenatie, ventilatie en circulatie. Daarnaast krijgt de cursist stevige handvatten bij het maken van een antibiotica keuze.


  • Femke Geijsel, SEH Arts, FACEM, FRCEM
  • Jasper Rebel, SEH arts,
  • Sean Scott, SEH arts, intensivist MBBS FACEM FCICM
  • Naomi Petersen, AIOS SEH
  • Peter Veldhuis, AIOS SEH
  • Philip Frankemolen, AIOS SEH

Powernap 2 Perform / Fit door de nacht met de powernap

Faculty: Kasper Janssen and Regillio van der Vloot

Friday June 4, 2021

  • 10.30 – 12.00 h
  • 13.00 – 14.30 h

More focus and better performance during the night shift? And you also want to feel healthier and fitter? Powernap 2 Perform!

According to the Dutch Health Council in 2015 and 2017, there is strong evidence that frequent night shifts have an effect on the development of diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and sleep problems. Therefore interventions, like the power nap, are advised to minimize the harmful effects of night shifts.

Recently the Jeroen Bosch Hospital was one of the first hospitals to implement power naps during the night shift for ICU nurses. A powernap pod was installed on the ICU. 91% of the nurses made use of the power nap pod, 84% rated this intervention as “good”.

But how do you apply the power nap during a night shift? And what do your colleagues think of that? This is what you will learn during this interactive workshop! As a warm-up rehabilitation trainer Regillio van der Vloot will get you moving in a night-shift work-out. Then sports physician Kasper Janssen will presents you the latest scientific insights in a power nap lecture, after which you can put yourself to the test during a guided power nap of just 15 minutes.

Mede mogelijk gemaakt door de sectie arts & welzijn

A chemically contaminated patient in my ER: a realization and proportional approach

Faculty: Marc Ruijten and Dennie Wulterkens

Friday June 4, 2021

  • 10.30 – 12.00 h
  • 13.00 – 14.30 h

This interactive workshop allows the participants to explore the organization of an on-scene hazmat response and learn about the time involved in the process to present a patient in the hospital. In addition, we will train with indications for decontamination, recognition and proportional (medical) management of contaminated patients and appropriate personal protection. The participants will be asked to complete a 1-hour e-learning so we can maximize the effectiveness of our limited workshop time.

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Dutch North Sea Emergency Medicine Conference


Hotel Zuiderduin

Zeeweg 52 
1931 CJ Egmond aan Zee 
+31 72 - 750 2000


Interactie Opleidingen

Horapark 9
6717 LZ Ede
+31 318 - 693 501

We look forward to welcoming you!