Mayo Clinic Practical Emergency Medicine 2020
Mayo Clinic Practical Emergency Medicine course is designed for emergency department providers who are motivated to incorporate the latest advances in patient care into their own practice settings. Nurses, physicians, pharmacists, NPs and PAs are encouraged to attend and take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn from Mayo Clinic faculty who look for ways to improve the care of acutely ill and injured adults and children every day.
Current Concepts in Emergency Department Airway Management Benjamin J. Sandefur, M.D
Life-Threatening Ultrasound Evaluation and Application Tobias Kummer, M.D.
There is No “I” in Feedback (A Learner-Centered Approach) Kharmene L. Sunga, M.D.
Mentoring in Community Emergency Medicine Benjamin J. Sandefur, M.D.
Pediatric ENT: Update, Guidelines and Special Populations James E. Colletti, M.D.
Emergency Department Management of Pediatric Status Epilepticus James L. Homme, M.D.
Upper Extremity Injuries in Children Mark S. Mannenbach, M.D.
The Evaluation of the Child with Suspected Sexual Abuse Mark S. Mannenbach, M.D.
At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
• Identify areas for improvements in the resuscitation of both adult and pediatric patients in the emergency medicine setting over a wide variety of topics
• Evaluate strategies to identify and close gaps in emergency care provided in the participants’ clinical setting
This course is designed for emergency medicine physicians, nurses, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.