Virtual Advanced PEM15

Virtual Advanced PEM15

Product code :314605

Virtual Advanced PEM15 is a full-motion, extensive digital library of presentations from the 2015 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Assembly. You'll get access to all the courses from the conference with slides and audio that can be viewed online or on your mobile device. Downloadable MP3 files for convenient on-the-go audio are also available. Need a refresher? Can't find your conference notes? Not to worry - Virtual Advanced PEM15 will have it. 

Features include:

  • All of the courses presented during the 3½ day conference
  • 16.25  hours to choose from - learn what you need, satisfy your CME requirements, "go to" the sessions you couldn't see live
  • Secure online access from any standard browser
  • Streaming content for viewing on iPad®, iPhone, or Android 2.2 or better
  • Downloadable audio MP3 files for listening on-the-go 
  • This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™

USD $425.00 /Each
Member Price: USD $325.00 /Each
Course Title
Emerging and Exotic Infections: How New Disease Impacts Children
Drops, Ointments, Creams, and Patches: Be Careful!
Reevaluating the "Pan Scan" in Pediatric Trauma Management: Balancing Injury Risk with Risk of Diagnostic Imaging
Pediatric Literature Update: Could These Articles Change Your Practice?
Cough and Fever: The Challenge of Community Acquired Pneumonia
Fever and Neutropenia
Appendicitis: Risk Stratification and Making Sense of Scoring Systems
10 Little Fingers, 10 Little Toes
Distinguishing the Vanilla Faint from a Sudden Death Warning Sign
PEMSOFT EBSCO AWARD
When You Hear Hoof Beats, It Might Actually Be a Zebra: Challenging Cases In Pediatric Emergency Medicine
To Fast or Not to Fast: That is the Question
Look Into My Eyes: Practical Tips to Measuring Intraocular Pressure and Using the Slit Lamp Exam in Children
The Eyes Have It: Ocular Signs of Systemic Disease
ABCD: How Point of Care Ultrasound Can Save Lives
Applying Sinusitis Guidelines in Pediatric Emergency Care
PECARN Update on Head Injury: Translating Research into Usable Care Strategies
"In Search Of…" An Evidence-Based, Commonsense Approach to Evaluation for Pediatric Cervical Spine Injuries
Concepts and Myths in the Emergency Treatment of DKA in Children
Best Practice UTI
Medical Decision Making in Pediatric Emergency Care: How You Reason Reduces Errors
Bronchiolitis: What’s New and What Not to Do
Evidence-Based Guidelines: Mandating Care or Improving Quality?
Practical Tips and Tools: Removing Foreign Bodies in the Ears, Nose and Throat
Best Practices in the ED Management of Status Asthmaticus
  1. Visit www.acep.org/virtualacep.
  2. Click on Log In at the top of the page.
  3. Log in with your ACEP user name and password. If you don't remember your user name or password, you may click 'Forgot Username' or 'Forgot Password' under the password box. You will be prompted to enter information to retrieve those items.
  4. Once you are logged in on the Virtual ACEP site, select Meetings and the PEM15 icon, and then the tracks will display. Select a track to view the courses. Click on a course, and then click on the thumbnail/graphic which will display for that course and the player page will open.
  5. Since Virtual ACEP14 offers CME credit, you will have the opportunity to read and attest to the CME statement, and choose if you'd like to receive credits for this product, or opt out of it entirely. Please follow the easy-to-use screens and prompts. New this year: CME credits can be earned using your computer and tablet, (however not your mobile phone at this time).
  6. If this is your first time accessing the product, and you have questions, please contact us at kEncEmailnfncfstijqAbdfq/psh.

CME Statements

The American College of Emergency Physicians is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 

The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this enduring material for a maximum of 16.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

Approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for a maximum of 16.25 hours of ACEP Category I credit.

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