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Virtual Advanced PEM17
Product code :314612
Virtual PEM17 is a full-motion, extensive digital library of presentations from the 2017 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 PEM17 will have it.
• All of the courses presented during the 3½ day conference
• 16 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)™
Below is a current list of topics planned for the 2017 meeting.
- NO Pain, ALL Gain: Alternatives and Controversies with Pain Management for Peds
- Are You Toxin to Me?
- 2017 PEM Literature Review
- Unwanted Souvenirs: The Ensuing Endemic
- Take a Deep Breath and Say Ultrasound
- Procedural Prowess in the Pediatric ED
- Sprain, Strains, and Separations: Sports Medicine in the Pediatric ED
- The PICU Isn’t Ready, are YOU? Critical Care Concepts in the Pediatric ED
- I Didn’t Know THAT Could Go Home?
- “Special K” Every Day! Debunking the Myths, Legends and Lore
- What’s in it For Me? Shared Decision Making in Emergency Medicine
- N-A-T for Y-O-U in the ED: Latest Recommendations in Evaluation of Non-Accidental Trauma in Children
- Right Lower Quadrant Pain: Appendicitis and Beyond
- The Pediatric Airway: When Less is More
- My Baby Turned Brue: Update on ALTE now BRUE
- From the Streets to the ED: Challenging Cases in Pediatric Emergency Medicine
- Pediatric Psychiatric Clearance? That’s Crazy!
- The Hole Pretty Picture: An Illustrated Update on Emergencies with Tattoos and Piercings
- Little Kids with Grown-Up Emergencies: Myocardial Infarction in Children
- What Did You Say? The Value of Real Communication
- Peds EM on the Spectrum
- From PANDAS to Zebras: Pediatric Neurological Emergencies
- Fever in the 2-Month-Old
- Are You Practicing Evidence-Based Medicine
To access the product, please visit www.acep.org/virtualacep and follow these steps.
1) Please visit www.acep.org/virtualacep from your PC, Mac, iPhone®, iPad® or Android™ mobile device.
2) Click Log In on the Home page.
3) Log In with your ACEP Username and Password. If you don’t remember your ACEP Username or Password, please click on the “Get sign in help” link under the password box on the Log In page.
4) From the Home Page, select “Meetings” and then the track, session and course you’d like to view.
5) Since Virtual Advanced PEM17 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, or opt out of it entirely. Please follow the easy-to-use screens and prompts. Instructions are available in the CME dropdown tab.
*NOTE: If you do not yet have an ACEP User Name, please visit the Login page at www.acep.org/virtualacep and click on the “Create an Account” box on the right hand side of the page. You will then be directed through steps to create an account.
*Important: You will need your ACEP ID/Badge ID to begin this process.
The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this enduring material for a maximum of 16 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 hours of ACEP Category I credit.