Accreditation Statement

*Our 2021 Accreditation Statement is displayed for reference.  Please check back for 2022 updates.

2022 Accreditation

Date of Activity: October 7-8, 2022

Accreditation: CME credit approval pending.

Needs Assessment: The need for this educational activity was determined by expert collaboration to identify practice gaps in knowledge and competence through a review of the current literature and guidelines, formal and informal survey in the emergency medicine community, and discussion with emergency medicine experts.

Target Audience: This activity is designed for emergency medicine physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and students.

Goals: The purpose of this activity is to update emergency medicine clinicians on new data, trends, and literature in various emergency medicine topics that can be applied to improve practice.

Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, you should be able to:

  1. Utilize best practices in managing urgent care and critical pediatric patients, such as febrile seizures and viral exanthems.
  2. Apply management strategies for acute infections, sedation, and pain regimens.
  3. Develop appropriate treatment plans to manage critical care patients, such as toxicology and cardiac emergencies and head trauma.
  4. Optimize management of cardiac emergencies, including low-risk chest pain, hypertension, and decompensated heart failure.
  5. Enhance approach, management, and skills used in telemedicine, urgent care centers, and observation units.
  6. Advance the approach and management of a patient in real-time through SIM, bedside ultrasounds, splinting, and airway management.
  7. Enhance EKG interpretation and various radiologic study reading through real-time instruction.

Commercial Support: At this time, this activity has received no commercial support. Any commercial support received will be disclosed to the learners prior to the event.

Earning Credit: To earn credit, review the CME information, attend the virtual sessions and/or in-person workshops, complete the online post-activity evaluation form, and your CME certificate will be provided to you.

Hardware/Software Requirements: You will need a computer, tablet, or smartphone to access the virtual live-streamed event, CME quiz, and evaluation.

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