– Each team must consist of 4 members who are medical students. One advisor is optional.
– Only medical students are eligible for the competition. Graduates and individuals who have a medical degree are not allowed to participate. Medical students, either in preclinical or clinical medical years, are allowed to apply for the competition but please note that the competition contains objective student clinical exam, so medical students in clinical years will be preferred.
– There is no limit to the number of teams who can apply from each medical school.
1) Internal Medicine
3) Mass Casualty Management
4) Obstetrics and Gynecology
1) Imaging including x-ray, ultrasonography, CT scan
3) Skin lesion
5) Traffic/ Hazard symbols
6) Basic life support
In this round, teams will compete in a two-part test, which will be taken individually:
1. Multiple-choice questions
2.Written short-answer questions
– 15 teams with the highest scores will advance to the semi-final round .
All qualifiers will be divided into 3 groups. The winner from each group will advance to the finals. All teams will compete in writing short-answer questions.
First and second runners-up of each will be given a second chance. The team winning this round will advance to the finals. Oral short-answer question will be used in this round.
4 Teams from the group stage and resuscitation round will compete in an examination composed of 2 sections
1.Oral short-answer questions
2.OSCE (clinical skills in emergency conditions)
(3 teams from group stage round, 1 team from resuscitation round)
The team with the highest score will be the winner of KKU ICEM 2019
Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide.
McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine Examination and Board Review.
Rosen’s Emergency Medicine – Concepts and Clinical Practice.