Alcoholism: History, Facts, and Impacts on the Emergency Department is organized by AAACEUs. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of  2 Creidt Hours.

One of the most commonly abused substances that healthcare professionals deal with on an ongoing basis is alcohol. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) put annual visits to emergency departments due to alcohol at 136.3 million. Alcohol is commonly associated with violent crimes, auto accidents and a multitude of medical illnesses. This course will present information on alcohol’s historical prevalence, statistics, and effects on the body systems. We will also go into the unique scenarios faced in an Emergency Department environment as it relates to acute and chronic alcoholism.

Course Objectives:
• Describe alcohol's history and its impact and prevalence in society
• Identify how alcohol affects the body's systems.
• Discuss statistical information on how alcohol impacts patient care in the emergency department.
• Understand the importance of differentials in the intoxicated patient.

Course Outline:
• History
• Facts and Statistics
• Effect of Alcohol on the Body
• Clinical Differentials

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

Intended Audience

Addiction Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Toxicology

Activity Payment Details

Activity Fee : USD $16.00

Rate this CME (Min 1 - Max 5)

Fee and expenses:
CME credits:
Program contents:
Write Your Review

Reviews Given by Professionals

No Reviews available. Be the first to write a review.

Privacy Policy

Read eMedEvents Privacy Policy