Bonus Content: ACEP23 Registration Now Includes Free Access to Virtual ACEP23
For the first time ever, those who register for all four days of ACEP23 will receive Virtual ACEP23 for free (that’s a $259 value!) Now you can avoid having to choose between two equally compelling sessions because you’ll automatically have on-demand access to the Virtual ACEP23 courses for 12 months after the conference. Maximize your learning without spreading yourself too thin in Philadelphia this fall—after all, the city itself has a lot to offer, and you don’t want to miss out on the fun. We’ll need time to soak in the amazing history, delicious food, and brotherly love. In honor of Philly’s famous Liberty Bell, save $50 on registration with promo code BELL at acep.org/acep23.
Explore This IssueACEP Now: Vol 42 – No 06 – June 2023
Learn all the skills you need to care for and treat even the most complicated pediatric patients with these two new resources.
Virtual PEM23 includes all the educational content from ACEP’s 2023 Advanced Pediatric Emergency Medicine Assembly. Featuring the biggest names in pediatric education, this collection includes all 46 courses listed below and provides 23.5 CME hours.
Pediatric Trauma Special Edition of Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine is focused on the ED evaluation and management of trauma cases in the pediatric population, including information about initial stabilization, cervical spine injuries, burns and inhalation injuries, blunt trauma in athletes, and return-to-play decisions. This issue also looks at nonaccidental trauma, when to have a high index of suspicion for it, and how to treat patients and ensure their safety.
Indiana recently passed legislation that will require every emergency department in the state to have a physician onsite and responsible for the ED. Thanks to the tireless advocacy of Indiana ACEP, patients who need emergency care across the state of Indiana now have reassurance that a physician will be in the emergency department at all hours to provide high quality patient care. Indiana ACEP was directly involved in the legislative process from the start. Emergency physician expertise and support was instrumental in developing the language and rallying support for the new law.
“This victory is a strong example of what’s possible with ACEP advocacy and the importance of working with our state chapters,” said Christopher Johnson, ACEP senior director of state government relations. “This is a huge win for emergency physicians and patients, and an undeniable testament to the importance of emergency physician leadership.” Read more at www.acep.org/indiana-victory.