Scroll To Top
Search by Speciality

Society of Emergency Medicine of India 16th Annual National Conference On Emergency Medicine 2014 (EMCON 2014)

Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel * | Mumbai, INDIA
From 250 to 1150 USD
Event Preview
This event
is Finished
Title: Society of Emergency Medicine of India 16th Annual National Conference On Emergency Medicine 2014 (EMCON 2014)
Specialty: , Emergency Medicine
Dates: From Nov, 6, 2014 to Nov, 9, 2014
Location: Mumbai, INDIA
Type: Conference
Registration Cost: From 250 to 1150 USD
Event Tools
  • Add to Favorites
  • Claim this event
Add to my Calendar
  • Scientific Programm
  • Online registration
  • Exhibition floorplans
  • Sponsorship &
    Exhibition consensus
  • Virtual Booths
Weather Info (monthly averages) Max Temperature: C / F Min Temperature: C / F The above data in our Weather Info table are temperature predictions for the date of the medical event for MUMBAI, India.
General Info
Event Venue:

Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel *

MUMBAI, INDIA Visit the Venue to read more
Event Overview
Welcome message:

Warm greetings from the organizing committee of EMCON 2014, the 16th Annual Conference for The Society of Emergency Medicine, India (SEMI) which will be held at Mumbai from 6th to 9th November, 2014.

As it’s our proud privilege to host this prestigious academic conclave, we shall endeavour to provide a superb comprehensive scientific feat comprising of unique workshops, lectures, orations and interactive sessions.

The theme of EMCON 2014 is “Procure Globally and Perform Locally”.

We are honoured to have faculty from India and across the globe who are stalwarts in the field of Emergency Medicine with massive experience to share their wisdom and enrich us. This will help us in learning changing patterns, newer aspects in management and thus help us in translating evidence based knowledge into clinical practice.

The unique feature of EMCON 2014 is that we are geared up to train our own doctors, paramedical staff and have organised special sessions for nurses and students to imbibe in them motivating seeds of saving lives and importance of GOLDEN HOUR. It would be our endeavour to transfer information from “THE BENCHMARK TO THE BEDSIDE” in the peripheral roots of India.

As always said “A HEALTHY MIND IN A HEALTHY BODY”, we have chosen an elaborate and state-of-art conference venue to make learning conducive and imprintable.

EMCON 2014 is sure to put together a scientific extravaganza along with our Indian culture and gracious hospitality at Mumbai.

We hold the reputation of having organised one of the best EMCON in 2004 and it’s our pledge to give an even more pristine and precise EMCON 2014.

Eager to welcome you,


Dr. Khusrav Bajan
Chairman, EMCON 2014

  • Dr. Andy Bucks, Australia
  • Dr. Anita Bhavnani, USA
  • Dr. Diku Mandovia, USA
  • Dr. Janice Blanchard, USA
  • Dr. Jeffrey Paul Smith, USA
  • Dr. Katherine Douglass, USA
  • Dr. Kevin King, USA
  • Dr. Kumar Alagappan, USA
  • Dr. Lingappa S. Amernath, USA
  • Dr. Mathew Joseph, Australia
  • Dr. Pankaj Arora, Australia
  • Dr. Peter Cameron, Qatar / Australia
  • Dr. Shweta Gidwani, UK
  • Dr. Swaminathan Mahadevan, USA
  • Dr. Terrence Mulligan, USA
  • Dr. Thiagarajan Jaiganesh, UK
  • Dr. Venkataraman Anantharaman, UK
National Faculty
  • Dr. Anish Banerjee, Kolkata
  • Dr. Asit Hegde, Mumbai
  • Dr. Imron Subhan, Hyderabad
  • Dr. Khusrav Bhajan, Mumbai
  • Dr. M. C. Mishra, New Delhi
  • Dr. Mabel Vasnaik, Bangalore
  • Dr. Mahesh Joshi, Hyderabad
  • Dr. Narendranath Jena, Madurai
  • Dr. Prakash Mohanasundaram, Coimbatore
  • Dr. Prasad Rajhans, Pune
  • Dr. S. Saravana Kumar, Chennai
  • Dr. S. Senthil Kumaran, Salem
  • Dr. Sai Surendar, Chennai
  • Dr. Sandeep Gore, Mumbai
  • Dr. Sanjay Mehta, Mumbai
  • Dr. Sanjay Oak, Mumbai
  • Dr. Satish Dharap, Mumbai
  • Dr. Shiva Iyer, Pune
  • Dr. Sowjanya P., Hyderabad
  • Dr. Sunil Keshwani, Airoli
  • Dr. Suresh David, Kerala
  • Dr. Suresh Gupta, New Delhi
  • Dr. T. S. Srinath Kumar, Bangalore
  • Dr. Tamorish Kole, New Delhi
  • Dr. V. P. Chandrasekaran, Salem
  • Dr. Venugopalan P. P., Calicut
  • Dr. Vindhya, Chennai
Registration Not yet available Register Now

Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel is a luxury hotel catering to the discerning Mumbai, India, traveler. Nestled on the banks of Powai Lake, the convenient location is in close proximity to Mumbai's domestic and international airports. The Hotel offers 583 well-appointed, ergonomically designed guest rooms, suites and duplexes to help you unwind after a long day of sightseeing or meetings. Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel, Powai also boasts a 12,500-square-foot Executive Lounge, the largest of its kind in the country, featuring a sun deck terrace, foot reflexology, library, boardrooms and a central bar.

The venue is one of the few luxury hotels in Mumbai, India, with 230,000 square feet of innovative indoor and outdoor event space to suit a multitude of occasions. When looking for a bite to eat, excite your palate with a wide range of dining options including Chinese, Indian and Italian cuisine. Guests can also revive their mind and body at Club Renaissance Spa and Health Club.
Scientific Content Up to Date
Submission Info
The Scientific Committee of the 16th Annual Conference of Society for Emergency Medicine in India invites you to submit abstracts to be considered for presentation at the Conference in MUMBAI in November 2014. Here is the list of various tracks that you can select accordingly to submit your abstracts.
  • Pre-hospital and Disaster Medicine including Military Medicine
  • Triage and Rapid Assessment
  • Resuscitation and Trauma
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Clinician Decision Unit Care
  • Office/Administration/Education
  • Technology in Emergency Medicine
  • Research in Emergency Medicine
  • Overcrowding in Emergency Medicine
  • International and Humanitarian Emergency Medicine or
  • Any other topics relevant to Emergency Medicine.
The Closing Date for abstract submissions: August 31, 2014

No abstract will be considered after the closing date. Please note that presenting authors whose abstracts are accepted must be paid registrants.

Abstract Submission Guidelines
  • There is no limit to the number of abstracts an author or group of authors may submit.
  • Submitted abstracts must be no longer than 2,200 characters and written in English.
  • Authors must indicate the type of presentation for which they would like their abstract(s) to be considered (i.e., oral presentation only, lightening oral presentation only, poster presentation only, oral or Lightening oral or poster presentation).
  • A structured abstract is preferred for empirical studies (i.e. Objective, Methods, Findings and Conclusions).
  • For abstracts discussing methods, policy, ethics or social issues, an unstructured format is acceptable.
Tips for writing your Abstract
There are several things you can do to save words
  • There is no need to mention institutional review board/ethics committee or animal care committee approval in your abstract since all authors attest to approval at the time of submission and this is mentioned in the editor’s introduction so readers will know that all studies were approved.
  • There is no need to say “a p-value of 0.05 was considered significant”, as this is convention (If an atypical p-value is being used, this should probably be mentioned)
  • The following standard acronyms will be shown in a table at the beginning of the abstracts, and need not be spelled out: 95% CI, ASA, AUC, CBC/FBC, CPR, CT, CXR, DBP, ECG, ED, EM, EMS, HR, INR, IQR, MRI, ROC, RR, SBP, SD(when used as standard deviation after a mean), tPA, IV.
Things you should not do to save words
  • Please do not use abbreviations of common words to save characters in regular sentences. For example, do not use “pts” for patients repeatedly throughout an abstract.
  • Please do not use characters in place of words (such as “&” for “and”, or “%” for “percent”) when used as a word in sentences. It is acceptable to use the % sign with numbers, such as “there was a 20% reduction”, but not as “we measured the % change in blood glucose”.
  • Do not eliminate spaces to fool the computer into thinking that something is one word instead of two (or more). For example, do not write “and the average blood glucose(110 mg/ dl) was higher in this group” in place of “and the average blood glucose (110 mg/dl) was higher in this group” to look like 10 words instead of 11.
  • Please list as few affiliations as possible, to keep the list below the authors’ names to a minimum. Instead of listing XYZ University for one author, XYZ University School of Medicine for another author, and XYZ University Hospital for another, selects one for all three whenever possible.
Review, Acceptance and Notification

All abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee. Receipt of abstract submission will be acknowledged via email. E-mail notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent to the submitting author. Submission of abstracts constitutes the authors’ consent to have the abstracts published in the official conference proceedings. Abstracts may be edited for publication.

Abstracts from this meeting will be published in the Journal of Emergency Medicine. Abstracts that have already been published elsewhere, have been accepted for publication at a conference that will result in publication or that will be submitted to a conference that would result in publication if accepted, are NOT eligible for publication. If accepted for presentation at EMCON 2014, you agree to publication of your abstract in Journal of Emergency Medicine. Your abstract will not be published elsewhere.

All abstracts will be screened by expert committee headed by Dr. V. P. Chandrasekeran / Dr. Asit Hegde / Dr. Pankaj Arora / Dr. Sanjay Mehta / Dr. Imron S.

For any queries regarding abstract submission please contact Dr. Kedar Toraskar on Phone: +91.9891844451 or Email:

Sponsors Exhibitors
Organising Agency


C/o Vama Events Pvt. Ltd. 
Anmol CHS, Office No. 4, 
Ground Floor, Sakharan Keer Marg, 
Mahim Mumbai - 400 016. 
Tel. No. 91-22-2438 3498/99 
Official Event Webpage
Event map
Revelant Events