On behalf of the African Federation for Emergency Medicine (AFEM) and the Emergency Medicine Society of Ghana (EMSOG
), it is our pleasure to welcome you to the 6th African Conference on Emergency Medicine to be organized in Accra, Ghana from 16TH to 18TH November, 2022.
Emergencies and disasters have a profound health effect normally leading to an increase in morbidity and mortality especially in low and middle-income countries.
The African Federation for Emergency Medicine (AFEM), founded in November 2009, represents a broad coalition of national societies, organisations, and individuals from over 40 countries dedicated to securing high-quality emergency care across Africa. The biennial African Conference on Emergency Medicine (AfCEM) is the only scientific conference that brings together stakeholders in African emergency care from across Africa and the world. Previous conferences have been held in Kenya 2020, Rwanda 2018, Egypt 2016 Ethiopia 2014 with the maiden conference held in Ghana in 2012 After 10 years, it is our greatest honor to welcome you back to Ghana for the 6th Conference where it all began.
The Emergency Medicine Society of Ghana (EMSOG) was formed with the aim of increasing the quality of Emergency Care in Ghana in November 2019. Emergencies and disasters have a profound health effect normally leading to an increase in morbidity and mortality, especially in low and middle-income countries.
The Emergency Medicine Society of Ghana (EMSOG) is honored to be hosting this year’s conference; AfCEM2022
in Accra, Ghana from 16th-18th November 2022 at the Kofi Ohene - Konadu Auditorium, University of Professional Studies Accra (UPSA) under the theme: The Role of Emergency Medicine in Achieving Universal Health Care: Research. Education. Clinical Care.
The AfCEM2022 under the theme: THE ROLE OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE IN ACHIEVING UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE: RESEARCH. EDUCATION. CLINICAL CARE. will have various activities. These will include plenary lectures, parallel abstract sessions, special lectures, pre-conference workshops, exhibitions, social and networking events. The education, clinical skill and research discussions at the conference will ensure strong network ties for future collaboration.
The planning committee is certain that the conference will serve as fertile ground for the fruition of new possibilities in Emergency Medicine in achieving Universal Health Care. We would like to ask for your support in diverse ways to make the conference a success.
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