EB Medicine Will Release Its Newest CME Resource, Emergency Trauma Care: Current Topics and Controversies, Volume II, at the 2016 ACEP Scientific Assembly in Las Vegas

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Eric Legome, MD and Lee Shockley, MD join forces with EB Medicine and leading peer experts to deliver annual dose of trauma-specific CME for emergency departments.

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EB Medicine will showcase the sequel to its award-winning book, Emergency Trauma Care: Current Topics and Controversies, October 16-19 at the ACEP 2016 Scientific Assembly in Las Vegas. Currently in use by trauma programs in hospitals across the country, Emergency Trauma Care provides a sustainable, easy way for practitioners to meet necessary trauma CME requirements. Not only does this resource provide treatment guidelines, it includes commentaries on each topic from the emergency medical services, research, surgical, legal, economic, and nursing perspectives--in an effort to give a view of all aspects of trauma care.

The new edition of Emergency Trauma Care: Current Topics and Controversies covers some of the most timely and pressing concerns for emergency clinicians today. It was edited by Eric Legome, MD, and Lee W. Shockley, MD, MBA, co-editors of the Cambridge University Press textbook Trauma: A Comprehensive Emergency Medicine Approach, who led a team of physician contributors to produce this specialized trauma resource.

“We considered both current events and trends that impact care in the ED, including increasing gun violence, an epidemic of obesity, a growing number of geriatric patients susceptible to trauma, and a greater focus on trauma-related pain management as we developed the concept for our next high-impact CME offering,” says Dr. Legome. “These serious public health problems grab headlines, and emergency physicians are on the frontline every single day in caring for these unique patients populations.” Other chapters address common but critical sports injuries and the ever-present medical legal concerns.

In six chapters, Emergency Trauma Care: Current Topics and Controversies, Volume II, provides 18 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM, enough to satisfy CME requirements for clinicians working in Level-1 trauma centers. The content also counts for other kinds of specialty CME, including three credits each for geriatric, child abuse/domestic violence, pain management, and legal/risk management. Buyers of the first volume describe it as a, “succinct, educational, and informative resource that allows us to get the required annual trauma CME credits in a one-stop-shopping manner.”

Emergency Trauma Care: Current Topics and Controversies, Volume II is targeted not only at emergency physicians, but is appropriate for all clinicians on the trauma team, including PAs, nurses, surgeons, radiologists, and others. Many EB Medicine customers rely on the resource as a facility-wide CME solution, and group rates are available.

Both volumes of Emergency Trauma Care: Current Topics and Controversies, as well as EB Medicine’s other clinical review and CME products, will be showcased at Booth S1913 in the exhibit hall at the ACEP Scientific Assembly 2016.

For more information on Emergency Trauma Care: Current Topics and Controversies, Volume II, or to request an interview with one of the editors or chapter authors, contact Suzanne Verity (sv(at)ebmedicine(dot)net; 678-366-7933, ext. 118).

To inquire about group rates for group practices, hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, libraries, or other institutions with 10 or more clinicians, contact Susan Woodard (susan(at)ebmedicine(dot)net; 678-366-7933, ext. 104).

About EB Medicine

EB Medicine is the premier provider of evidence-based clinical content and CME resources for emergency medicine practitioners. Monthly journals — including Emergency Medicine Practice and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice — are delivered in print, digital, and mobile formats. Annual books – including the Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment (LLSA) Study Guide, Emergency Trauma Care, and Emergency Stroke Care – are delivered in print and digital formats. EB Medicine newest resource, ED CLEAR (Clinical Learning to Eliminate Avoidable Risk) is a blended learning program that addresses high-risk areas in emergency medicine. EB Medicine’s resources address real challenges in diagnosis and treatment and give actionable recommendations based upon the latest research and best-available evidence. These resources provide ongoing education and guidance to physicians, residents, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. For more information, visit http://www.ebmedicine.net.

EB Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for clinicians.

About The Editors

Eric Legome, FACEP, Chair of Emergency Medicine, Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, Vice Chair of Academic Affairs for Emergency Medicine, Mount Sinai Health System, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY

Lee W. Shockley, MD, MBA, Emergency Physician, CarePoint PC and Rose Medical Center, Denver, CO

About The Authors:

Jonathan Apfelbaum, MD
EMS Medical Director, Centura Health Prehospital Emergency Services, Parker Adventist Hospital, Parker, CO

Moira Davenport, MD
Associate Professor, Temple University College of Medicine, Associate Residency Director, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA

Andrew Herring, MD
Director, Addiction and Pain Management, Associate Director of Research, Department of Emergency Medicine, Highland Hospital-Alameda Health System, Oakland, CA, Instructor, University of California - San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

David A. Peak, MD
Department of Emergency Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Boston MA

Mark Piehl, MD
New York Presbyterian Hospital Columbia & Cornell Universities, New York, NY

Jennifer L. Stankus, MD, JD, FACEP
Attending Contract Physician, Department of Emergency Medicine, Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, Washington

Michael Stern, MD
Chief, Geriatric Emergency Medicine, Assistant Professor of Medicine in Emergency Medicine, New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY

Timothy Titchner, MD
Sports Medicine Fellow, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA

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