Emergency Medicine & Acute Care

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2017 Series includes 32 lectures:

  1. COPD 2017 (31:19)
  2. PE Over Diagnosis (25:03)
  3. SEPSIS SOFA (29:45)
  4. TIAs in ED (28:04)
  5. Literature Part 1 (1h, 20m)
  6. Physician Variability (27:16)
  7. EM Myths (35:08)
  8. Steroids (23:36)
  9. Suicide Risk (26:08)
  10. Back Pain (32:13)
  11. ACLS Literature Update Part 1 (27:47)
  12. Poisoning Overdose (36:28)
  13. Literature Part 2 (1h, 24m)
  14. Tranexamic Acid (28:00)
  15. BRUE Low Risk Infants (26:05)
  16. ACLS Literature Update Part 2 (30:05)
  17. Imaging Chest Trauma (30:47)
  18. Management of CPR Part 1 (24:36)
  19. Gastrointestinal Pearls (23:14)
  20. Sore Throat (38:05)
  21. Challenging ED Scenarios (57:22)
  22. Minor Head Trauma (28:29)
  23. CPR Survival Part 2 (28:17)
  24. SAH Diagnostics (33:58)
  25. ED Choosing Wisely Part 1 (30:41)
  26. Antibiotic Side Effects (30:31)
  27. Visual Diagnosis Part 1 (20:38)
  28. Pediatric UTI (28:24)
  29. Diagnostic Therapeutic Controversies (1h, 17m)
  30. ED Choose Wisely Part 2 (26:50)
  31. Visual Diagnosis Part 2 (23:42)
  32. Clinician Burnout Update (38:53)

2016 Series includes 32 lectures:

  1. Introduction (4:56)
  2. Endovascular Therapy for Ischemic Stroke (27:22)
  3. Pediatric Migraine And Concussion (29:03)
  4. Ketamine Analgesia In The ED (27:14)
  5. Protective Ventilation High Flow Therapy (30:48)
  6. CT Negative Subarachnoid Hemorrhage (30:44)
  7. Important Recent EM Literature Part 1 (1h, 29m)
  8. Traps When Assessing The Medical Literature (30:58)
  9. Antivirals For Influenza (24:53)
  10. Bronchiolitis 2014 AAP Guidelines (22:29)
  11. Management Of The Injured Finger (37:49)
  12. Evolving Legal Issues In EM (28:39)
  13. Acute Aortic Dissection Part 1 (31:31)
  14. Important Recent EM Literature Part 2 (1h, 26m)
  15. Acute Aortic Dissection Part 2 (23:03)
  16. High Sensitivity Troponins (31:27)
  17. New ED Drugs, Gizmos & Gadgets (21:07)
  18. ACLS-AHA Guidelines (31:51)
  19. Visual Diagnosis Part 1 (34:53)
  20. The HEART Score (24:07)
  21. Statins In ACS (22:35)
  22. Optimizing ED Operations (1h, 28m)
  23. Sleep EM Professional (25:29)
  24. Visual Diagnosis Part 2 (20:51)
  25. CEDR Quality Measures (7:41)
  26. The Rise of Lactate (28:20)
  27. Don't Just Do Something (20:26)
  28. C Spine XRay Dead (22:15)
  29. CT Coronary Angiography 4 EM (26:26)
  30. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Controversies (1h, 21m)
  31. Myths In EM (19:10)
  32. Trauma Management Parts 1 and 2 (54:39)

2015 Series includes 31 lectures:

  1. Reader Beware (30:38)
  2. Avoiding Diagnostic Error (23:40)
  3. Pediatric Illnesses (32:06)
  4. Fever In TheReturned Traveler (33:10)
  5. Important Recent EM Literature Part 1 (1h, 29m)
  6. Shared Decision Making In EM (32:07)
  7. Management Of End of Life Issues (27:02)
  8. Blood: The Liquid Tissue Transplant (28:34)
  9. 2014 AHA/ACC UA/NSTEMI: Controversies (29:00)
  10. Issues Concerning the PA/NP In The ED (32:00)
  11. Focused Approach To The Dizzy Patient (25:57)
  12. Pneumonia: X-Ray Or Ultrasound (21:51)
  13. Important Recent EM Literature Part 2 (1h, 36m)
  14. TIAs In the Emergency Department (28:42)
  15. 2014 AHA/ACC UA/NSTEMI: Risk Stratification (29:28)
  16. 2014 IDSA Abscess Guidelines (26:33)
  17. Cellulitis To Necrotizing Fasciitis (32:21)
  18. Visual Diagnosis Part 1 (21:43)
  19. Controversies In The Management Of Sepsis (25:56)
  20. Optimizing ED Operations (1h, 25m)
  21. Visual Diagnosis Part 2 (36:26)
  22. Helium And Oxygen In The ED (24:19)
  23. Head Trauma In The Anticoagulated Patient (26:38)
  24. Syncope: Benign vs. Deadly (26:38)
  25. AHA STEMI Guidelines: 2013 (32:29)
  26. MRI vs. CT In The ED Setting (26:35)
  27. Opiate Misuse vs. Oligoanalgesia (35:29)
  28. Diagnostic And Therapeutic Controversies (1h, 27m)
  29. New Drugs In The ED (23:03)
  30. Emergency Medicine Gadgets And Gizmos (31:56)
  31. Myths In Emergency Medicine (26:51)

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Experience the energy and enthusiasm of the EM & Acute Care course series on your schedule with the self-study program.

  • Don’t miss family / work obligations
  • Avoid the expense and hassle of travel
  • Available in a variety of formats to suit your needs
  • Course content is accessible 24/7
  • No distractions leading to easier concentration

Sample Lectures

Study on Your Time and at Your Pace

One of the chief benefits of the self-study program is the flexibility it provides participants to study at their own pace. Participants can instantly watch or listen to the lectures with ease at any time that suits them best.

No commercial support was obtained for this program.

CME Accreditation Statement

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the Center for Emergency Medical Education and The Center for Medical Education, Inc. The Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) designates this Enduring material activity for a maximum of 20.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Target Audience

The target audience for this course is physicians, PAs and NPs who practice in emergency departments and who are seeking an evidence-based, literature-focused update in controversial areas of emergency care.

Learning Objectives

After completing the Emergency Medicine and Acute Care: A Critical Appraisal self-study program, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss key points from the literature regarding leading-edge emergency medicine topics.
  • Discuss literature-based recommendations for practice improvement.
  • Effectively translate the acquired strategies into improved diagnostics and subsequently implement a better treatment plan for their patients.