Salient Training in Emergency Medicine International, STEMI

was formed in 2004 to address the emergency medical training

needs of doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals

currently in postgraduate training, or in existing practice in Australia.

Understanding the challenges facing clinician participation with continuing education programs, STEMI provides a highly flexible system to overcome these obstacles. Small classes, taught on-site using salient information and delivery methods, are the cornerstones of the STEMI system. Rather than promoting a “cookie cutter” model, where courses are blindly developed, STEMI develops courses around the industry and clinicians’ needs at varying levels.

Courses are taught by senior instructors, with extensive backgrounds in emergency medicine, in small classes of your peers, on-site at your facility/office. All instructors have a minimum of 5 years instructing experience, and are well versed with medical emergency treatments in the pre-hospital and hospital setting. All presented information requires a minimum of 2 independent reviews, often one from an accrediting college or your organization (hospital, surgery, school, etc), and sourcing to Australian and international protocols prior to delivery. We’ve taken that extra step to ensure you will have the very best instructors with the very best information- always!

STEMI enjoys relationships with numerous international institutions and experts, granting unparalleled access to information, and research worldwide.


Why should I trust STEMI?

Where does STEMI get their information?

Why do I need a STEMI certification?

Why is does STEMI only certify for 2 years?

  1. Emergency situations require quick action to treat patients.  Medical professionals who do not routinely deal with emergency situations can put their patients at risk while trying to recall or research specific treatment methods.  How many intubations or complete spinal immobilizations have you done in the past 6 months? Additionally, medical information is growing at an exponential rate. Have you read the new ILCOR standards for emergency, adult 3rd degree heart block interventions? While the skills and information are not difficult to learn, the lack of regular use and the flood of newly published information creates a need for all medical professionals to continue their learning. STEMI provides recertification classes every two years to help wipe out the cobwebs, refresh the skills, and bring you up to date with the most current research and evidence based practices.

How are classes setup?