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Pediatric Emergency Medicine

The Oakstone Institute

Pediatric Emergency Medicine is designed for physicians responsible for the emergent care of infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. This activity is now available on DVD, MP4, audio CD, and MP3 formats to fit your schedule and preparation preference.


 
CREDITS Earn up to 32.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
CE RELEASE July 1, 2014
CE EXPIRE July 1, 2017
 
Item No Media (Can't decide on a format?) Price Purchase
EMT798DD
Video - DVD & MP4: Includes 17 DVDs and MP4 digital discs plus PDF Syllabus, and CME information.
$895.00
EMT798CD
Audio - CD & MP3: Includes 35 audio CDs and 1 MP3 digital disc plus 1 CD-ROM Syllabus with carrying case and CME information.
$795.00
EMT798AV
Combo VIDEO/AUDIO Package: Includes 17 DVDs and MP4 digital discs plus 35 audio CDs and MP3 digital disc and 1 PDF Syllabus, and CME information.
$1,195.00
EMT798ZW
Additional User Package: Includes 1 CD-ROM syllabus and CME information (initial video and/or audio purchase required).
$250.00
 
Special pricing for group subscriptions/purchases, contact Harriet Schnoll at 800-253-1053. For customer service call 800-633-4743.
 

Description


The all new Pediatric Emergency Medicine program will help physicians to be clinically proficient in the management of the acutely ill or injured child in the emergency department setting. This activity will enable practitioners identify and manage life-threat and non-life threat situations.

A review of the core content of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, endorsed by the American Board of Pediatrics and the American Board of Emergency Medicine, this material will prepare board certification candidates for specialty competency of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Specialist for MOC.

The activity is intended for emergency physicians, pediatricians, and family practitioners, and pediatric emergency physicians.
 
 

Intended Audience


Physicians responsible for the emergent care of infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
 
 

Topics & Speakers


  • Pulmonary Emergencies
    Kim A. Rutherford, MD
  • GI Emergencies I & II
    Richard A. Brodsky, MD,  FAAP
  • ENT Emergencies Part 1
    Avani S. Mehta, MD
  • ENT Emergencies Part 2
    Swathi Eyyunni, DO
  • Ocular and Dental Emergencies
    Richard J. Scarfone, MD
  • Dermatology and ID Emergencies Part 1
    David J. Mathison, MD, MBA
  • Dermatology and ID Emergencies Part 2
    Jennifer Anders, MD
  • Toxicology
    Shireen Atabaki, MD, MPH
  • Environmental Emergencies
    Daniel B. Fagbuyi, MD
  • Endocrine
    Teresa M. Romano, MD
  • Renal
    Robert A. Felter, MD, FAAFP
  • Hematology/Oncology
    Thuy Ngo, DO, MEd, FAAP
  • Gynecology Emergencies
    Teresa Carlin, MD
  • Neurological Emergencies
    Evan J. Weiner, MD
  • Orthopedic Surgery Part 1
    Katherine Leaming-Van Zandt, MD
  • Orthopedic Surgery Part 2
    Aaron Chen, MD
  • Trauma Care/ATLS Part 1
    Michael Falk, MD, FAAP, FRCP
  • Trauma Care/ATLS Part 2
  • Procedures Part 2
    Christopher J. Haines, DO, FAAP, FACEP
  • EMS/Legal/Behavioral 
    William E. Hauda II, MD
  • Behavioral/Emotional Emergencies 
  • Cardiac Emergencies/PALS
    Marc Auerbach, MD, MSci
  • Neonatal Emergencies
    Colette C. Mull, MD
  • Procedures Part 1
    Mirna Farah, MD
  • Statistics
    Paul L. Aronson, MD
  • Child Abuse
    Kirsten Bechtel, MD

 
 

Faculty


Course Director

Teresa Carlin, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatric and Emergency Medicine
Department of Emergency Medicine
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children

Faculty

Jennifer Anders, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program
Director, Johns Hopkins Children's Center

Paul L. Aronson, MD
Fellow, Division of Emergency Medicine
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Shireen Atabaki, MD, MPH
Associate Professor
Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine

The George Washington University
 School of Medicine

Director of Medical Student Education
Division of Emergency Medicine
Children's National Medical Center

Marc Auerbach, MD, MSci
Assistant Professor
Yale University School of Medicine
Department of Pediatrics
Section of Emergency Medicine
Associate Director of Pediatric Simulation
Co-chair INSPIRE (International Network for
 Simulation Based Pediatric Innovation
Research and Education)
Board-member International Pediatric
Simulation Society

Kirsten Bechtel, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics 
Yale School of Medicine
Attending Physician
Pediatric Emergency Department
Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital

Richard A. Brodsky, MD, FAAP
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Drexel University

Aaron Chen, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
University of Pennsylvania
Perelman School of Medicine
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Swathi Eyyunni, DO
Fellow, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children

Daniel B. Fagbuyi, MD
Medical Director
Disaster Preparedness & Emergency Management

Children's National Medical Center
Asst. Professor of Pediatrics and
  Emergency Medicine

The George Washington University
  School of Medicine

Member, National Biodefense Science
  Board, DHHS

Member, Disaster Preparedness
  Advisory Council, AAP

Executive, Council on Communications
  & Media, AAP

Michael Falk, MD, FAAP, FRCP
Attending Physician, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
St Luke's/Roosevelt Hospital Center

Mirna Farah, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
University of PA
Attending Physician
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Robert A. Felter, MD, FAAFP
Attending Physician
Emergency and Trauma Center
Children's National Medical Center

Washington, DC

Christopher J. Haines, DO, FAAP, FACEP
Drexel University College of Medicine
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine
St. Christopher's Hospital for Children
Director, Department of Emergency Medicine
Medical Director, Critical Care Transport Team

William E. Hauda II, MD
Operational Medical Director
Fairfax County Police, Medical Examiner
Emergency Medicine & Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine

Katherine Leaming-Van Zandt, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Section of Emergency Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine

Texas Children's Hospital

David J. Mathison, MD, MBA
Associate Director of Pediatric Transport
Children's National Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics & Emergency Medicine
George Washington University School of Medicine

Avani S. Mehta, MD
Fellow, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Colette C. Mull, MD
Division of Emergency Medicine
A.I. duPont Hospital for Children
Wilmington, DE

Thuy Ngo, DO, MEd, FAAP
Assistant Professor
Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Johns Hopkins University Children's Center

Teresa M. Romano, MD
Lehigh Valley Health Network,
Dept. of Emergency Medicine,
Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Kim A. Rutherford, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and
  Emergency Medicine

Co-coordinator of Fellowship Simulation
Department of Pediatric Emergency Medicine
St. Christopher's Hospital for Children

Richard J. Scarfone, MD
Associate Professor Pediatrics
Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania
Medical Director, Emergency Preparedness
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Evan J. Weiner, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and
  Emergency Medicine

Drexel University College of Medicine
Program Director
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship

Director of Operations
Department of Emergency Medicine
St. Christopher's Hospital for Children


 
 

Learning Objectives


At the conclusion of this CME activity, the participant will be able to:
  • Recognize the acutely ill or injured child
  • Discuss and identify life threats and non life threats
  • Perform the appropriate work up
  • Interpret laboratory data and other diagnostic studies
  • Use the available data to diagnose and appropriately manage the patient

 
 

Accreditation


Oakstone Publishing, LLC is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
 
 

Credit Designation


Oakstone Publishing, LLC designates this enduring material for a maximum of 32.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Date of Original Release: March 15, 2012
Reviewed for Rerelease: July 1, 2014
Date Credits Expire: July 1, 2017
Estimated Time to Complete: 32 hours
CME credit is awarded upon completion of a course evaluation and post-test.