Emergency Medicine Education and Training Program

Western Australia, Wheatbelt Region

The Emergency Medicine Education and Training program (EMET) is an initiative funded by a Commonwealth grant to the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine for the development of teaching and training opportunities for staff working in Emergency Departments with minimal or no consultant support in Emergency Medicine.

Program Coordinator
Dr Michele Genevieve MBBS FACEM
WACHS Wheatbelt Regional Emergency Medicine Clinical Lead
Clinical Lead Northam Hospital Emergency Department

eLearning : Instructions on Getting Started

The eLearning is hosted on the LearnEM moodle platform. You will need a login and password to access the eLearning. This can be easily obtained by creating a (free) LearnEM user account choosing your username and password. To create an account you will require a valid email for the account to be validated. Create LearnEM account.

Please note some firewalls or email spam software will prevent you from validating the account. If this occurs please contact LearnEM using the contact link for this to corrected (usually within 24 hours).

Once you have a user account click the link on this page to the eLearning (on the side bar and the top nav bar), click to enrole in the course and enter your username and password. The course may be completed using a computer or an ipad/tablet.