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Dermatology Adult and Pediatric Emergency Medicine by Continuing Education, Inc.

Dec 01 - 08, 2019   |   New Orleans, Louisiana  United States of America
Specialties : Dermatology   |   Pediatrics   |   Emergency Medicine
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Dermatology Adult and Pediatric Emergency Medicine is organized by Continuing Education, Inc. and will be held from Dec 01 - 08, 2019 at Norwegian Getaway, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America.

Target Audience
Physicians, Physician Assistants, Pharmacists, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners

Accreditation
• 14 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
• 14 ACPE Credits 
• 14.0 Contact Hours 
• 13 Hours of Pharmacology for NPs 

Topics:
• Non-Melanoma and Melanoma Skin Cancers
○ Learn to identify the patterns of skin cancer
• Collagen Vascular Disease
○ Identify the signs of collagen vascular disease
• Skin signs of Systemic Disease
○ Identify the skin signs of multiple systemic diseases
• Common Disorders You Should Know
○ Discover common skin diseases you may or may not know
• Papulosquamous Disease
○ Be able to identify and differentiate the papulosquamous diseases
• Psoriasis and Metabolic Syndrome
○ Demonstrate, locate and manage psoriasis and metabolic syndrome
• Acne and Rosacea
○ Define the various types of acne and rosacea and utilize treatment in practice
• Event Medicine
○ Identify medical entities likely to be present, specific to type of event
○ Calculate medications, equipment, and coverage required for a given event
○ Evaluate the environment, including forecasted weather and crowd size to determine resources needed
○ Illustrate by example specific problems to be anticipated by type of event
• Pediatric fever: evaluation of the febrile infant
○ List serious bacterial infections (SBI)
○ Indicate clinical scores for behavior in the patient unable to communicate
○ Describe the significance of fever
○ Identify indications for specific testing in the febrile infant
○ Calculate risks for sepsis, meningitis, and bacteremia
• Resuscitation Update
○ Indicate the indications for targeted temperature management
○ Appraise the role of neuroimaging and neurologic evaluation in survivor from cardiac arrest
○ Appraise the value of ECMO in the emergency setting
○ Examine the role of pharmacologic agents in advanced cardiac life support
• Toxicology Update
○ Cite substances encountered in the emergency setting
○ Examine the role of supportive care and the potential role for specific antidotes
○ Formulate guidelines for management of more traditional overdoses.
• The Evaluation of Syncope and near-syncope
○ Formulate guidelines to identify patients most at risk of short-term risk following a loss of consciousness
○ Identify specific cardiac and pulmonary causes for near-syncope
○ Distinguish the syncopal patient from the seizure patient
○ Define safe guidelines for discharge of the syncopal patient
○ List disorders causing near loss of consciousness which constitute "can't miss" diagnoses
• Legal considerations in emergency and clinical care
○ Diagram the cost in time, stress, dollars and burnout for which the practitioner is at risk
○ Estimate mechanisms by which one can avoid a lawsuit
○ Illustrate the magnitude of the problem in emergency care
○ Formulate specific presentations which expose the practitioner to liability
• Opioid abuse and pain management in the acute care setting
○ Name alternatives to narcotics in the management of pain
○ List evidence for the use and efficacy of specific agents
○ Recognize the risks and magnitude of narcotic abuse

Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.

Registration Desk

Contact No. : 1-800-422-0711
(727) 526-1571
Email:
contactus@continuingeducation.net

Registration

Registration Type Last Date Price
Physicians, Attorneys, Psychologists, Pharmacists, & Dentists Fee 30 Nov,2019 USD 895.00
Physician Assistants Fee 30 Nov,2019 USD 695.00
Nurse Practitioners fee 30 Nov,2019 USD 695.00
Nurses, Students & Others Fee 30 Nov,2019 USD 495.00
  • Drive Walk Transit Bicycle

Venue Address

Norwegian Getaway
7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America

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