Logitbox’s emergency medicine training logbook maximises your data capture even during busy shifts on the ED shop floor. The fast pace of emergency medicine means that training logbooks are often forgotten but a logbook on your mobile lets you update your records on the fly between saving lives.

The modular logbook covers all the procedures you are likely to do in a career in emergency medicine. If you do find something we’ve missed, it’s the work of minutes to add a custom procedure.

The backbone of any medical training logbook is a comprehensive record of clinical experience. Record anonymised evidence of patients you’ve seen and treated as a secure evidence base for progression in training. Use our default training reports, and detailed in-app graphs and statistics to illustrate your progress.

As a one-stop solution, our emergency medicine training logbook includes not just procedural work but also logbooks for teaching, clinics, research and continual professional development (CME) and courses. You can even upload certificates to keep track of your training.

We support ultrasound accreditation (FAST, eFAST, POCUS Certification Academy) with dedicated ultrasound and echocardiography logbook categories. Easily produce logbook reports that demonstrate the ultrasound experience you need to sit these qualifications.

Logitbox’s emergency medicine training logbooks are designed to satisfy requirements of EM trainees, and also revalidation for accredited specialists.

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    Emergency medicine procedures

    • Secondary survey
    • Bier’s block
    • Conscious sedation
    • Digital nerve block
    • Distal radius haematoma block
    • Fascia iliaca compartment block
    • Aspiration of pneumothorax
    • Bag mask ventilation
    • Jet insufflation
    • Microcatheter insertion
    • NIV (adult)
    • NIV (child)
    • Needle decompression of pleura
    • Needle thoracocentesis
    • Pleural drain insertion
    • Thoracostomy
    • Central venous access
    • DC cardioversion
    • Defibrillation
    • External cardiac pacing
    • External chest compressions
    • Newborn resuscitation
    • Paediatric peripheral IV access
    • Pericardiocentesis
    • Resuscitative thoracotomy
    • SVT cardioversion using Adenosine
    • Temporary pacing wire insertion
    • Thrombolysis of STEMI
    • Nasal foreign body removal
    • Nasal packing
    • Silver nitrate cautery to Kiesselbach’s plexus
    • Arterial access
    • Central venous access
    • Intraosseous access
    • Nasogastric tube insertion
    • PICC insertion
    • Paediatric venous access <2yo
    • Rapid infusion catheter
    • Umbilical vein access
    • Urinary catheterisation
    • Venous cutdown
    Minors procedures
    • Incision and drainage
    • Removal of foreign body under fingernail
    • Removal of foriegn body from eye
    • Skin clips application
    • Skin glue application
    • Suturing
    • Adjunct use for difficult airway
    • Cricothyroid needle insertion
    • Direct larygoscopy
    • In-line airway insertion
    • Laryngeal mask insertion
    • Naso-pharyngeal airway insertion
    • Percutaneous tracheostomy
    • Tracheal intubation
    • Tracheostomy tube replacement
    • Video laryngoscopy
    • i-Gel airwayinsertion
    • Above elbow backslab
    • Ankle fracture/dislocation reduction
    • Below elbow backslab
    • Bennett’s cast
    • Distal radius fracture reduction
    • Lower limb backslab
    • Lower limb traction splinting
    • Radial head subluxation reduction
    • Shoulder anterior dislocation reduction
    • Tibial shaft fracture reduction
    • Total hip prosthesis dislocation reduction