Primary Exams

ACEM Primary Exam

WESTMEAD PRIMARY EXAM TEACHING GROUP 

Welcome everyone to a revamped Primary Exam initiative for Emergencypedia. The new version of this website will hope to tie into a face to face interactive initiative which has been running at Westmead Hospital for the last 24 months. The new structure of this website will include:

– Online lectures covering core content

– Audio casts covering deep dives into key topics

– MCQs with answers to be updated every 6 months.

– Information on face to face sessions as well as anatomy tutorials run by our trained staff with models

Please see below for the current timetable

– contact pramod@live.com.au for further information regarding accessing sessions in person

– Streaming is back online. We’ll be using Skype for Buisness as our medium. This should be available to activate on NSW computers. Your local IT service should be able to do this. Login for the service is your staff email and stafflink password. A free basic client is available on the microsoft website

PRIMARY EXAM TUTORIAL DATES – all tutorials are in the ED tutorial room at Westmead Hospital between 1.30 and 3pm

Primary timetable

Primary Exam Notes – Weeks 1 and 2

Physiology lecture 1 – Principles of Cellular Function (click here)
Physiology lecture 1 – Principles of Cellular Function part 2 (click here)

Physiology lecture 3 – Action Potentials powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology week 1 part 1 powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology week 1 part 2 powerpoint (click here)

 

Primary Exam Notes – Week 3 

Pharmacology lecture 1 – Anticoagulants powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology lecture 2 – Antibiotics powerpoint (click here)
Physiology lecture 1 – Haemostasis powerpoint (click here)
Physiology lecture 2 – The Immune System powerpoint (click here)

 

Primary Exam Notes – Week 4 

Physiology lecture 2 – cardio physiology part 2 powerpoint (click here)
Physiology lecture 2 – cardio physiology part 2 powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – anti arrhythmic agents powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – anti anginal agents powerpoint (click here)

 

Pharmacology – antihypertensives (click here)

 

Primary Exam Notes – Week 5

Physiology – Vascular Physiology powerpoint (click here)
Physiology – Environmental effects of circulation powerpoint (click here)
Physiology – Regional blood flow powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – Diuretics powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – Anti-inflammatory agents powerpoint (click here)

 

Primary Exam Notes – Week 6

Physiology – Respiratory part 2 powerpoint (click here)
Physiology – Respiratory part 1 powerpoint (click here)
Physiology – Respiratory part 3 powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – Respiratory agents powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – Anaesthetic agents powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – Opiate agents powerpoint (click here)

 

Primary Exam Notes – Week 7

Physiology – Renal part 1 powerpoint (click here)
Physiology – Renal part 2 powerpoint (click here)
Physiology – Renal part 3 powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology -Hypoglycemic agents powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – Diuretic agents powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – Steroids and thyroids medications powerpoint (click here)

 

Primary Exam Notes – Week 8

Physiology – GIT physiology powerpoint (click here)
Physiology – GIT physiology part 2 powerpoint (click here)
Physiology – Calcium homeostasis powerpoint (click here)
Physiology – Adrenal and Pituitary physiology powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – Toxicology powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – Psychotropic agents powerpoint (click here)
Pharmacology – seizures and anti epileptics powerpoint (click here)

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