All titles listed below are available at discount prices for ACEP and EMRA members. Visit the ACEP Bookstore at www.acep.org/bookstore.
Challenging and Emerging Conditions in Emergency Medicine
By Arvind Venkat, M.D., FACEP
With growing numbers of chronically ill patients surviving longer and receiving novel medical and surgical treatments, EDs are increasingly the venue for associated acute presentations. How can emergency physicians respond to these challenging and emerging conditions?
This book focuses on the unusual and complex disease presentations not covered in detail in the standard textbooks, helping you manage patients with conditions such as congenital heart disease, cystic fibrosis, morbid obesity, intellectual disability, and intestinal failure.
The book provide guidance on evaluation and diagnosis, as well as practical issues of acute management and continuing referral. The chapters are written by high-profile emergency physicians, in conjunction with appropriate specialists, and include authoritative evidence to back up the clinical information.
Emergency Department Resuscitation of the Critically Ill
By Michael Winters, M.D.; Michael C. Bond, M.D.; Peter DeBlieux, M.D.; Evie G. Marcolini, M.D.; Dale P. Woolridge, M.D., PhD
This is the new, essential resource for the initial resuscitation of your sickest patients, and for their ongoing care when inpatient beds are in short supply.
Written by experts in critical care emergency medicine and more than 40 contributing authors, this book covers the critical conditions emergency physicians are managing more often in the ED. This book was written for acute health care providers who work in EDs, urgent care centers, and ICUs. The focus is on the patients who are “crashing” before your eyes – the sickest of the sick. Preview a sample chapter online at the ACEP Bookstore.
2011 National Clinical Emergency Medicine Compensation & Benefit Report
By Daniel Stern and Associates, and ACEP
ACEP has partnered with Daniel Stern and Associates to offer their annual national emergency medicine salary surveys to ACEP and EMRA members at a discounted price. Whether you are getting your first job or want a snapshot of the current job market, there are a variety of salary survey products that can help you with your practice needs and goals.
The 2011 Annual Compensation and Benefit Report includes information from emergency physicians in clinical practice. This comprehensive, 24-page report lists base and total compensation for staff and department directors, individual physician information, hospital and ED data, and detailed salary and benefits information.