Emergency Medicine & Acute Care


The new Year in Review format for the Emergency Medicine & Acute Care course will present over 200 clinical studies aimed at affirming and updating your practice in all the major fields of emergency medicine. Presentations will be made by two faculty to allow for varying points-of-view. Although presentations will be 30 minutes in length, multiple presentations will cover topics based on the amount of literature to be presented (e.g., Cardiology - 3 presentations / Orthopedics - 1 presentation).

2023 Year in Review Topics to Include:

  • Cardiology
  • Neurology
  • Trauma
  • Pulmonology
  • Abdominal Disorders
  • Orthopedics
  • Pediatrics
  • Eye / ENT
  • Gastroenterology
  • Urology
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Metabolic Disorders
  • Toxicology


  • 2023 ED Operations Round Table – All Faculty

For this hour the faculty will review recent studies that have direct bearing on the operation of your department. Join the discussion as we seek to find ways to help optimize the operation of your department.

  • Traditional 30-Minute EM & Acute Care Presentations
  • 10 Essential Concepts When Assessing a Study

Given that the course focuses on the 2023 literature of emergency medicine, to meaningfully assess the applicability of the conclusions of the study to day-to-day practice, fundamental study assessment skills are essential.

  • Pain Management Update

The skillful management of pain is a talent that all EM clinicians are expected to master. This session will focus on the new and controversial aspect of pain control based on some of the 2023 literature.

  • Medicolegal Briefs

From the podcast Risk Management Monthly / EM we’ll present the 2023 distillate of important cases, expert interviews, new regulations, and medicolegal news that will impact your practice and the policies and procedures of your department.

  • Visual Diagnosis Cases

This annual two-part feature reviews a series of clinical cases in which the key to the diagnosis is a visual clue. This give-and-take session narrows down the diagnoses and then the faculty member gives a brief overview of the entity.