Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures Course is organized by Hospital Procedures Consultants (HPC) and will be held from Jun 08 - 09, 2024 at Washington Marriott Georgetown, Washington, Dist of Col, United States of America.
All students will gain online access to our 23 lecture modules. These modules cover a range of didactic material, including lectures and procedural videos in the Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures course. Before your scheduled hands-on skills lab session, it is imperative to complete these modules. This approach allows you the flexibility to complete the theoretical components of our course at your convenience, from any location. Moreover, you will have the privilege of reviewing the lectures and full-length procedural videos as many times as you wish for an entire year.
After completion of the didactic modules, you will participate in a comprehensive 10-hour session of simulation-centered instruction encompassing the entire spectrum of hospital procedures. This day of procedural training offers a fully immersive, hands-on experience, facilitated by a team of six proficient instructors, maintaining a favorable 6:1 ratio of students to faculty. You will be provided with tailored and practical guidance in a multitude of skills, including but not limited to:
We are excited to offer our Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures CME course at the Washington Marriott Georgetown Hotel. We have secured a fabulous group room rate of $169/night for rooms if you register at least 4 weeks prior to the start of the course. Mention that you are with Hospital Procedures Consultants to obtain the discounted rate.
After participating in this educational activity, the participant will be better able to:
• Define indications and contraindications for each procedure
• Identify pertinent anatomy and proper positioning for each procedure
• Demonstrate proper technique for each procedure
• List common complications of each procedure
• Utilize appropriate management strategies for procedural complications
• Identify risk factors for complications from each procedure.