Clinical Decision Making In Emergency Medicine

Was held Live on June 23-27, 2021  - In Ponte Vedra, FL

is now available as an Enduring Credit Course for only $299

Up to 28 hours of CME (*18.25 for the Enduring Opportunity)

Jointly organized by: The Mount Sinai Health System | The University of Florida Jacksonville | The Mayo Clinic College of Medicine | The Brigham and Woman’s Hospital | Massachusetts General Hospital | University of Colorado | Emergency Medicine Practice

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The Clinical Decision Making in Emergency Medicine conference includes access to over 20 hours of engaging lectures from experts around the country. It provides participants with the most recent, evidence-based information on leading topics in emergency medicine.  Presented by the nation’s experts, the format for the sessions is case-based, with questions that highlight the main teaching points of the session, followed by a discussion of the main diagnostic and management issues related to the case, and ending with a focused discussion of the case’s outcome.

     *Available as an Enduring Credit Course until Sept 27, 2021.

 

Who should attend this symposium?

The conference is designed for Medical professionals working in ambulatory and emergent care settings. 

  • Emergency Physicians
  • Physicians in Primary Care
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Physician Assistants
  • Fellows/Residents/Students
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Available for
Enduring Credit

All sessions are made available to you as recordings for 90 days for enduring credit.

Testimonials

“I enjoyed the conference very much. It was refreshing to hear cutting edge info from the clinical policies committee and the speakers are well-versed in the literature. It is very relevant to my practice and length of conference is just right. I have recommended  it to others and will come again.”

“I expected the ultrasound to be good. It was much better than I expected!”

“I really enjoyed the conference! I hope you will continue to have cutting edge information, respected specialist opinions, LLSA review, and new or reviewed practice guidelines. I hope to be back next year with some of my colleagues!”

“Expectations met and exceeded! At least 7 lectures introduced new material that compelled me to do independent literature. All the new material will be incorporated into our department’s CME for this and next calendar year! You make my life much easier! Thank you.”

“Good informative conference, thanks and see you next year.”


Fees for Enduring Credits

Registration TypeTuition
Enduring Physician$ 299
Enduring PA/NP/RN$ 199
Fellows / Residents/ Students$ 50

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What is this meeting about? 

Clinical Decision Making in Emergency Medicine is designed to update emergency clinicians on the most high-yield topics, guidelines and core competencies that are needed to ensure quality care. The conference will close gaps that affect practitioners’ ability to provide efficient, cutting-edge care to a diverse range of patients who present to the Emergency Department.

As a result of attending this online program attendees will be able to:

  • Utilize best practices in the ED with regard to neurologic emergencies, including acute and chronic neurologic disease, thunderclap headaches, and diplopia, and identify advances of neuroimaging in neurologic emergencies
  • Utilize best practices in the ED with regard to cardiopulmonary emergencies, including COPD exacerbations, neonatal resuscitation, tranexamic acid usage, and inhalation injuries
  • Utilize best practices in the ED with regard to critical care, including intubating hypotensive patients, managing hypoxic patients, determining best monitoring methods, and managing trauma patients
  • Review the elements affecting risk management and ethics in situations such as refractory pain, airway disasters, and pediatric disasters, and apply methods of prevention
  • Review concerns and updates in trending conditions/practices in the ED and apply them to practice, including bedside ultrasound, strategies for managing chronic and/or refractory pain, telemedicine implementation, and palliative care