12 ACPE Credits
12.0 Contact Hours
7½ Hours of Pharmacology for NPs
Course Fees:$895 for Physicians, Attorneys, Psychologists, Pharmacists, & Dentists
$695 for Physician Assistants
$695 for Nurse Practitioners
$495 for Nurses, Students & Others
BIAS FREE CME - No Commercial Support was provided for this CME activity.
- Providing basic medical knowledge in the fields of adult and pediatric emergency medicine and trauma
- Challenging current patient care practices and providing new practice paradigms to be able to assimilate into the participant's practice
- Challenging current systems-based practices and providing new practice paradigms to be able to assimilate into the participants practice
- Providing key interpersonal and communication skills which will help the participant navigate the complex world of team dynamics/crisis resource management and leadership
- Whose Liife Is It Anyway? Everything You Need To Know About Advanced Directives - Part 1.
- Differentiating dementias
- Distinguish various dementias through patient history, clinical symptoms, physical findings, and biomarkers.
- Get Smart about Diabetes in the Geriatric patient
- How to be A Gene-ious - pharmogenomic testing in clinical practice
- C dificille, mui dificil
- Recognize risk factors for C. difficiile.
- Apply antibiotic stewardship to your patients.
- Restate the 2018 best practice guidelines for C. diificile for management and prevention of C. difficile.
- Help, I've Fallen and I Can't Get Up! - Fall prevention and gait assessment.
- Apply in office techniques to recognize patients at risk for falls.
- Identify medications that increase fall risk.
- Pediatric Orthopedics made simple
- Learning Objective #1: Differentiate the nuances of a pediatric vs adult skeletal injury.
- Learning Objective #2: Using cases, be able to identify the common potential errors in diagnosing and treating pediatric fractures.
- Preparing yourself, your team and your department for a sick patient
- Learning Objective #1 : Identify Key Components in the Preparation of the ER, the Resuscitation Team and the Physician for the arrival of a significantly ill patient.
- Learning Objective #2 : Create a standardized approach to preparing for the arrival of a significantly ill patient
- Cognitive loading in medical practice
- Learning Objective #1: Define the burden of cognitive loading in the emergency department.
- Learning Objective #2: List ways in which the emergency medicine physician can manage cognitive exertion and exhaustion.
- Bad Ass Headaches - Avoiding Misses
- Review rare but serious disease processes which can present with a headache
- List and explain investigation strategies which can be utilized to rule out serious causes of headaches
- The "Sick" Kid in the ED: Wolf in sheep's clothing
- Review common pediatric seemingly benign presentations with potential life-threatening causes.
- Develop a standardized way of evaluating the sick pediatric patient
- Appropriate Imaging in Trauma
- Develop a standardized way of approaching imaging in a trauma patient
- Name potential limitations of certain imaging modalities in the evaluation of a trauma patient
- Mild TBI: An Oxymoron?
- Understand the classification of traumatic brain injury
- Develop an investigative and management strategy when evaluating a patient with minor head injury.
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