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American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
American College Of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly 2012
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  • 1. Register Now Save $100 During Early Bird Registration Earn Your CME Credit in Denver 28.5 Hours of AMA PRA, ACEP, AOA, and AAFP Credit.O c to ber 8 -11, 2 012 “As always, a good balance of education, networking opportunities, fun events and a chance to travel to an exciting city, ” ­ an emergency — physician from New York, 2011InsidePromo Code for Conference SavingsSchedule for All Four DaysCourses Listed by Practice TrackTaking EmergencyCare to New Heights• More than 300 educational sessions• Controversies and practice trends• Innovative, hands-on skills labs• Comprehensive prep for LLSA tests
  • 2. Come Early, Stay Late If you have never attended the • New! 30-minute lectures ACEP Scientific Assembly, you’re provide more educational missing the world’s largest and content in your four days most prestigious emergency • Pre-conference CME medicine educational conference. opportunities, including Register today and find out why Cadaver Labs and an EMS more than 6,000 emergency care Workshop professionals will travel to Denver • Section activities with others this year to be part of the unique who share your same special ACEP experience. interests Image by Steve Crecelius and VISIT DENVER. • Courses designed for • Demonstrations of the latestO c to b e r 8 -11, 2 012 emergency physicians in all equipment and products in the stages of their careers vast Exhibit HallDear Colleague…It is my pleasure • Literature overviews for an Don’t miss out on this one-to invite you to attend ACEP’s easily digestible account of of-a-kind experience that will2012 Scientific Assembly in new practices and trends reinvigorate your career, reignitebeautiful Denver, Colorado. With • Tips and tricks that you can your passion for emergencyan exciting array of educational implement the day you return medicine, and remind you ofcourses and social events, this to your shift all the reasons you became anyear’s Assembly will help you • LLSA review courses to prepare emergency physician in the firstmeet your individual practice you for your maintenance of place.needs and career goals. certification exam Join us for the world’slargest and most prestigiousgathering of emergency medicineprofessionals. On behalf of theEducational Meetings Committee,I look forward to seeing you at thisyear’s ACEP Scientific Assembly! Kerry Broderick, MD, FACEP, Chair, Educational Meetings Committee
  • 3. Image by Eric Lindberg and VISIT DENVER. Image by Ron Ruhoffand and VISIT DENVER. Image by Steve Crecelius and VISIT DENVER. Image by Jeffs Wells and VISIT DENVER.Metropolitan life and proximity to nature Edgy cuisine (top) offers much more than just Outdoor enthusiasts (top) don’t have far to gogive Denver its character and set it apart as great steak as Denver’s restaurant scene - Denver offers more than 4,000 acres of citya popular travel destination. rivals most cities. parks to enjoy. Iconic sights, like the famed Red Rocks Culture lovers can discover the Denver Art Amphitheater (bottom) or the majestic Rocky Museum (bottom), the Colorado History Mountains, provide spectacular scenery for Museum, the Colorado Ballet, and more than day trips and outdoor adventure. 50 art galleries and boutiques. v iew or Dow nload Detailed course descriptions at acep.org/sa2012
  • 4. Register today Use the EARLYBIRD promo code online to save $100. Act fast – courses fill quickly and there is limited space for the most popular titles and faculty members. acep.org/sa2012 June 4 September 24 September 24 • Registration Opens • Hotel Discounts End • Online Registration Closes • Hotel Discounts Begin Questions? REgistration Hotel Rooms Travel Services meetingregistrar@acep.org ACEP@onpeak.co acep@campbelltravel.com 800-798-1822 866-611-8828 800-501-2570 S tanding 40 feet tall, there’s no way you’ll miss BABBs, the Big ACEP Blue Bear, who will be peering in to the Colorado Convention Center. Discover Born in June 2005, BABBs is still just a cub. But like most 7-year-olds, she is a curious creature. Artist Lawrence Argent has said that when he created her, he was “interested in what might ACEP’s be going on in there, the exchange of information, ideas and ideologies.” An apt description for the ACEP Scientific Assembly. Scientific BABBs is made from composite materials, and her external surface is coated in a lapis lazuli blue, polymer concrete. The bear’s form and shape have been extrapolated from 3-D digital Assembly files, and she was digitally abstracted creating a faceted surface structure. So while she likely won’t need any emergency care while we w i th visit or need to earn any CME, BABBs nonetheless will be there to meet us each day, appearing to push her nose and paws against BAABs the glass of the building and participating in the unique ACEP experience. Watch for BABBs in this brochure and on the website, acep.org/sa2012, where she has fun and interactive activities for attendees to get ready for the ACEP Scientific Assembly, Oct. 8-11 in Denver. The 2012 Scientific Assembly will take place at the Colorado Convention Center, located within easy walking distance of hotels, restaurants, the Denver Performing Arts Complex and a variety of shopping and retail outlets.Page 4 REGISTER with promo code earlybird AT ACEP.ORG/SA2012
  • 5. at-a-glance Friday, October 5 8:00 am - 5:00 pm ACEP Board of Directors Meeting 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm Councillor Credentialing / Registration 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Council Steering Committee Meeting 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm New Councillor Orientation 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm New Councillor Reception Saturday, October 6 7:30 am - 5:00 pm Councillor Credentialing / Registration 8:00 am - 5:30 pm Council Meeting 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Council Reference Committees 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Candidate Forum 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm Council Meeting Reconvenes 5:45 pm - 6:45 pm Candidate Forum Reception Sunday, October 7 8:00 am - 5:30 pm Council Meeting 10:00 am - 7:00 pm ACEP Scientific Assembly Registration Open 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm Council Luncheon Monday, October 8 7:00 am - 6:30 pm ACEP Scientific Assembly Registration Open 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Chapter Executives Forum Leadership activities (top) take place during 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Educational Courses Scientific Assembly. Watch the website for a list of section and committee meetings. 9:00 am - 10:30 am Opening Session – The Future of Healthcare: Emerging The ACEP Council (bottom) is a deliberative Issues and Current Efforts to Bridge the Gaps body that sets the direction for ACEP policy. 9:30 am - 3:30 pm Exhibits Open The annual meeting is open to the public. 9:30 am - 3:30 pm Wellness Booth Open 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm ACEP Opening Party Tuesday, October 9 Hotels 7:00 am - 6:30 pm ACEP Scientific Assembly Registration Open Hotel reservations open June 4. A 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Educational Courses complete list and detailed map will be on the acep.org/sa2012 “Travel” page. 9:30 am - 3:30 pm Exhibits Open If contacted directly, these 9:30 am - 3:30 pm Wellness Booth Open hotels will not honor the ACEP 1:30 pm - 2:20 pm James D. Mills, Jr. Memorial Lecture – 20/20 Vision: A discounts noted below. To make 20-Year Perspective on Pediatric Emergency Medicine hotel reservations, visit acep.org/ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Open Mic Night sa2012 and click on the “Travel” link. Rates are subject to applicable state Wednesday, October 10 and local taxes at time of check-in. 7:00 am - 6:30 pm ACEP Scientific Assembly Registration Open • Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center 8:00 am - 5:00 pm New Speakers Forum Headquarters Hotel 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Educational Courses — $240 single/double 9:30 am - 3:30 pm Exhibits Open • Sheraton Denver 9:30 am - 3:30 pm Wellness Booth Open Downtown Hotel Co-Headquarters Hotel 1:30 pm - 2:20 pm Colin C. Rorrie, Jr. Lecture – Redesigning Acute Care: — $195 single / $228 double How to Survive and Thrive • Denver Marriott City Center 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm Fellow Convocation and Awards Ceremony Dinner & — $224 single/double President’s Reception • Grand Hyatt Denver Thursday, October 11 — $223 single/double 7:00 am - 1:30 pm ACEP Scientific Assembly Registration Open Attention Councillors: A block of rooms has been dedicated for Councillors only at 7:30 am - 1:00 pm Educational Courses the Headquarters hotels. It is important you 8:00 am - 2:00 pm ACEP Board of Directors Meeting identify yourself as a Councillor. An access code will be sent to via email from ACEP. REGISTER with promo code earlybird at 800-798-1822 Page 5
  • 6. Don’t miss these events Add more original Sign up for a course in designed for residents science to your Scientific emergency medicine’s and medical students Assembly experience NEW subspecialty Hear from industry experts ACEP’s Research Forum, ACEP’s Advanced EMS on how to stand out on the October 8-9, showcases Practitioners’ Forum & Workshop interview trail, negotiate the best original emergency medicine is an interactive leadership contracts, and plan for life after research with oral and poster course designed for EMS Medical residency. EMRA members can presentations. This insightful Directors, Fellowship Directors, also to participate in leadership event is included FREE OF Chiefs, Educators, Base Station activities. As always, the EMRA CHARGE with your four-day docs and future EMS specialists. events are free of charge to Scientific Assembly registration. Space is limited. Seats are medical students and residents. • Oral presentations are 10 filling fast and are capped at the • EMRA Medical Student minutes, followed by a 5-minute first 150 registrants. Governing Council Meeting discussion led by a recognized Special features: (MSGC) researcher. A state-of-the- Saturday, Oct. 6 / 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm art presentation by an expert • 12 highly rated EMS researcher in selected topics subspecialty trailblazers • EMRA MSGC/EMIG precedes the oral presentations. addressing EMS practice Representative Mixer challenges Saturday, Oct. / 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm • Poster presentations with dedicated discussion time • Problem-based sessions • EMRA Medical Student Forum & remain a popular feature. featuring scenarios that will Luncheon Posters are grouped by topic challenge your knowledge and Sunday, Oct. 7 / 8:00 am - 1:00 pm and critiqued by a recognized experience • EMRA Residency Fair discussant. Poster authors • Network and discuss your Sunday, Oct. 7 / 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm actively participate in the system’s problems, then learn • EMRA Bloody Mary Breakfast discussion. solutions you can take home Monday, Oct. 8 / 7:30 am - 8:30 am • Research overview featuring Prepare and position yourself • EMRA Resident Forum highlights of ACEP and EMF’s to be the most compliant and Monday, Oct. 8 / 8:30 am - 2:00 pm Emergency Medicine Basic accountable person in pre- • EMRA Reference Committee Research Skills (EMBRS) hospital medicine. The workshop Public Hearing workshop with course director is not limited to physicians – all Monday, Oct. 8 / 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Dr. Ed Panacek. EMS leaders are welcome. Just • EMRA Job Fair • Wine and Cheese Networking $219 for 8 hours of AMA PRA Monday, Oct. 8 / 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Social provides an opportunity Category 1 Credits™ and 8 hours to explore the 2012 posters and of CECBEMS credit. • EMRA Representative Council Meeting and Town Hall interact with moderators and Register today at the ACEP Tuesday, Oct. 9 / 8:00 am - 12:30pm researchers. Scientific Assembly website. • EMRA Fall Awards Reception • Cutting Edge: Highlights of And to address you most Tuesday, Oct. 9 / 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Emergency Medicine Research important questions, course features a panel of experts faculty will survey early • EMRA Party discussing abstracts that have registrants for topics, issues, and Tuesday, Oct. 9 / 10:00 pm significant implications for case problems to be used during • EMRA Committee Meetings emergency medicine. the workshop. Wednesday, Oct. 10 / 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm For the 2012 EMRA Job Fair or Residency Fair exhibitor information or sponsorship, please contact emra@emra.org or 866-566-2492. Visit emra.org Visit acep.org/RF Visit acep.org/sa2012 for more information. for more information. for more information.Page 6 REGISTER with promo code earlybird AT ACEP.ORG/SA2012
  • 7. Courses – By Track How to Use This Brochure: Browse the course titles by practice track (pages 7-11) and make note of the date and course numbers of those that interest you. This year’s hot topics are in bold font. Detailed course descriptions and faculty are on acep.org/sa2012. Then create your personalized schedule by selecting the courses for each day (pages 12-16). Fill out the registration form on page 17 or visit acep.org/sa2012 to secure your first choices. MO = Monday TU = Tuesday WE = Wednesday TH = ThursdayAbdominal Disorders • From Paper to Patient: Recent Advances in Emergency• Abdominal Pain That Can Kill / TU-161 Electrocardiography That Will Save a Life / MO-46• Abdominal Vascular Emergencies: Detection, Diagnosis, • The Pinnacle: ECG Cases that Would Make an and Decision / WE-194 Electrophysiologist Blush / WE-190• Abdominal Pain After Bariatric Surgery: What Are the • Stump the Experts: Cardiac Edition / TU-160 Issues? / WE-203 • Syncope with a Lethal Twist / TU-134• Abdominal Pain That Isn’t: The Masqueraders / WE-204 • Therapy for Non-ST Elevation ACS: Update 2012 / TH-278• The Aging Abdomen: Subtle Case Presentations / WE-195 • Therapy STEMI: Update 2012 / TH-307• Clogged or Broken? Troubleshooting Tubes and Lines / • Updates in the Management of Acute Atrial Fibrillation / WE-207 TH-288• CT in Abdominal Pain: Critical Answers to Difficult Critical Care Questions / TH-310 • Beyond EM: Emergent Interventions in the Developing• Dealing with Surgical Advances: Challenges in World / TH-309 Postoperative Complications / TH-272 • Critical Care Update 2012: The Year in Review / MO-18• Update on Upper GI Bleeding / WE-245 • Critical Care for the Morbidly Obese Patient / MO-54Airway, Anesthesia, Analgesia • Critical Care: An Interactive Experience / TU-88• Advanced Airway Techniques Lab (x6) / TU-87; TU-122; TU-148; • Critical Care for the Non-Intensivist / WE-173 WE-324; WE-325; WE-326 • Just the Pearls: Bedside Tips and Tricks for the Critically Ill• Airway Nightmares: Case Studies and Horror Stories / Patient / WE-220 TU-127 • Life After Death: Post-Resuscitation Hypothermia / WE-256• Blocks Unblinded: Ultrasound-Guided Regional • Neuro-Critical Care: What Every Physician Needs to Know Anesthesia / MO-01 / TH-293• Cutting-Edge Airways / TH-291 • From Ordinary to Extraordinary: Critical Care Medicine in• Non-Invasive Airway Management: What, How, Why? / the ED / TH-305 MO-21 • P.O.O.P. Pathology: Why “Pain Out of Proportion” Kills /• No Pain, Big Gain: Effective Pain Management / TH-294 TU-120• Pediatric Airway Panic or Advanced Pediatric Airway • Protect that Airway! The Perils of Intubating and Sedating Management? / TH-314 a Critically Ill Patient / WE-228• Procedural Sedation: The Nuts and Bolts / MO-35 • Undifferentiated Shock: Making a Difference / TU-84• Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab (x6) / MO-15; • Vasopressor Use in the Emergency Department / TU-169 MO-39; MO-64; TU-319; TU-321; TU-323 Critical ED Management Issues• The Unexpected Difficult Airway: How to Avoid It and • The ABCs of Quality / WE-193 How to Manage It / MO-49 • Applying the Principles of Lean Management toCardiovascular Disorders Healthcare / WE-170• ACLS Guidelines 2012: The Update / MO-66 • Benchmarking Your Way To Success / TU-138• Acute Decompensated Heart Failure: Cutting-Edge • Bridging the Gaps / TU-150 Therapies to Benefit Now and Later / MO-30 • Code Blue: Communication Breakdown Drives Diagnostic• Advanced Electrocardiography Workshop Part I: Failure in the ED / TU-102 Myocardial Ischemia and Its Mimics / TU-123 • Critical Decisions in Chaotic Situations - Error Reduction:• Advanced Recognition and Treatment of Tachycardias / Tools and Techniques / TU-114 TU-137 • Everyday Leadership: Secrets From Great Minds Through• Advanced Electrocardiography Workshop Part II: the Ages / MO-05 Dysrhythmias and Syncope / WE-179 • Hospital-Wide Patient• Advanced Recognition and Treatment of Bradycardias Flow: Cracking the Code / WE-185 v iew and Blocks / WE-217• Chest Pain: Observation and Rapid Rule Outs / WE-197 • Improving Front-End or• The Crashing Patient: Clinical Pearls for Pre- or Post- ED Flow: Successful Dow nload Cardiac Arrest / MO-53 Change Management /• Cruising the Literature: Cardiology 2012 / TU-128 MO-70• Cutting-Edge: Controversies in Critically Ill Cardiac • Number Needed to Patients / TU-94 Treat: Pinpointing ED Detailed• Doctor, the Patient’s Blood Pressure is Elevated! / TH-311 Interventions that Matter course• New Cardiac Drugs: How, What, and When to Use Them Most / WE-188 descriptions at in the ED / TU-80 acep.org/sa2012• Pacemakers and AICDs: Short Circuit of the Electronic Heart / WE-189 REGISTER BY PHONE AT 800-798-1822 Page 7
  • 8. Courses – By Track • Observation Units, CDUs, and Chest Pain Centers: The • Essential Ophthalmologic Procedures and Examinations / State of the Art in 2012 / TU-142 TU-105 • Oh No, Not Another Meeting! Conducting Effective • Evidence-Based Management of Everyday ED ENT Meetings / TU-152 Complaints / WE-267 • Optimizing Patient Flow in the Emergency Department / • Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional TU-153 Blocks / TU-115 • Patient Satisfaction: Point/Counterpoint / TU-144 • Nightmare ENT Emergencies / MO-59 • Psychology of Waiting / MO-23 • No More Bloody Mess: A Practical Guide to Ending ED • When To Say When!: Managing Patients’ Demands! / TU-111 ENT Bleeding / TU-81 • Women in Medicine: What the Past Can Teach Future • Pains in the Neck!: A Collection of Critical Complications Leaders / TU-100 / MO-34 • Slit Lamp Skills Lab (x6) / MO-11; MO-27; MO-51; TU-318; TU-320; TU- Dermatologic Disorders 322 • Approach to the Unknown Rash / TH-299 • To Tell the Tooth: Dental and Oral Emergencies / TU-147 • Classic Pediatric Rashes / TU-162 • Top Ten Eye Emergencies: Don’t Be Blind to the Diagnosis • Cocktail Party Conversations: Hey Doc, What’s This? / / MO-08 WE-253 • Tricks of the Trade: Head and Neck Procedures / TH-279 • The Death Rash: Lethal Rashes You Can’t Miss / TH-273 • Visual Diagnosis in Emergency Medicine: Head and Neck • Manifestations of Irritations from Infestations: Icky / TU-85 Creatures and Bites / MO-58 • Recognizing the Top Ten Pediatric and Adult Rashes / WE- Health Policy 209 • Advanced Health Policy: What’s Changing in Healthcare Delivery? / MO-40 Emergency Imaging • Beyond the ED: Expanding the ED Revenue Stream / MO-33 • Advanced Bedside Echocardiography Lab (x2) / MO-13; MO-52 • Conquering the Moguls of Healthcare Reimbursement: • Advanced Radiology Series: Reading a Chest CT Like a Heads Up, It’s a Double Black Run! / WE-198 Pro / TH-280 • End of Life Care: What is the Emergency Physician’s Role? • Avoiding Unnecessary X-Rays: Evidence-Based Rules for / MO-55 Radiography / WE-244 • Getting Your Piece of the Pie — ACO Models and “ACE:” • Bedside Echocardiography: When Seconds Count / TH-300 The Answer or the Black Hole? / WE-184 • Critical Care Emergency Ultrasound / MO-69 • Health Policy in the 2012 Election / TU-130 • Critical Care Emergency Ultrasound Lab (x3) / TU-89; TU-124; • Medicine and Politics - An Insider’s View on Why You TU-149 Need to Get Involved / TU-141 • C-Spine Imaging: Making Sense of Who to X-Ray, CT Scan • OPENING SESSION - Town Hall Meeting: The Future or MRI / TU-163 of Healthcare - Emerging Issues and Current Efforts to • I Didn’t Know You Could Ultrasound That! / TH-274 Bridge the Gaps / MO-14 • Don’t Blink: Plain Film Diagnoses You Cannot Afford to • The Quality Agenda / MO-47 Miss / TH-312 • Redesigning Acute Care: How to Survive and Thrive (Colin • Pitfalls Series: Pitfalls in Pediatric Chest and Abdominal C. Rorrie, Jr. Lecture) / WE-225 Radiology / TH-295 • Revving up RVUs! Update on Reimbursement FAQs / MO-62 • Procedural Ultrasound / TU-145 • Revving up Your RVUs Through Critical Care and • Procedural Ultrasound Lab (x3) / WE-181; WE-214; WE-238 Procedures / WE-234 • Pulmonary Ultrasound: Who Needs a Chest X-Ray? / TU-98 • RVU Killers: The Most Common Reimbursement • Reading a Head CT: What Every Emergency Physician Documentation Errors / TU-99 Needs to Know / MO-36 • Reading a Trauma CT / MO-48 Hematologic Disorders • Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the • Anticoagulants, Antiplatelets, Fibrinolytics…Oh My! / WE- ED / TU-155 196 • Venous Ultrasound in the ED: From Access to DVT • Essential Updates: Blood Product Transfusion / WE-241 Detection / TU-157 • The High-Risk Oncology Patient / WE-248 • Venous US in the ED: DVT Skills Lab (x3) / WE-182; WE-216; • TTP, HUS, HIT, ITP…HELP! / MO-74 WE-239 Infectious Disease EM Continuous Certification • Antibiotic Abyss / TH-270 • ABEM: MOC, LLSA, APP – Enough! Just Tell Me How to • Approach to the Febrile Child 36-Months-of-Age and Stay Certified / WE-259 Younger in the ED: Where Do We Stand? / WE-183 • Maintaining Your ABEM Certification: Review of 2012 • Cruising the Infectious Disease Literature / TU-129 Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment Articles: Part I / • Infections from Abroad: Unwanted Souvenirs / TU-151 WE-232 • Infectious Disease Jeopardy / WE-219 • Maintaining Your ABEM Certification: Review of 2012 • The Love Cocktail: Updates in the Treatment of STIs / WE- Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment Articles: Part II / 257 WE-249 • Rapidly Fatal Infections / WE-177 • Real Cases: Bad Outcomes / WE-233 Head & Neck Disorders • Spider Bites to Necrotizing Fasciitis: Tissue is the Issue / • Can’t Face It? Swollen Beyond Recognition / MO-68 TH-286 • Emergency Dental Skills Lab (x3) / WE-180; WE-213; WE-237 • Suppressed & Depressed: Immunosuppressants and Immunomodulators in the ED / TH-315Page 8 REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.ACEP.ORG/SA2012
  • 9. Courses – By Track• The White Blood Cell Count: Friend or Foe? / WE-254 • Telemedicine: It’s Not Just Rural Anymore / TH-316 • “There’s An App for That:” Hand-Held Devices andKnowledge Translation Applications That You Should Know / WE-210• ED Overcrowding Workshop: Overcoming Barriers and • Toys and Tools: New Devices and Products in Emergency Improving Outcomes / MO-26 Care / TH-317• Low Risk Chest Pain – An Innovative Workshop to • You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth! Use of Improve Care / TU-125 Medical Scribes in the ED / TU-112• Stop the Madness: Reducing Unnecessary Radiation in Patients with Suspected Pulmonary Embolism / MO-12 Orthopedics and Sports Medicine • Bone Chillin’! Orthopedic Reductions and Regional BlocksMetabolic & Endocrine Disorders / MO-16• Acid-Base Made Easy / TU-76 • Focused Ortho 2012: What You “Knee’d” to Know / MO-42• Acidosis Alphabet Soup / TU-91 • The High-Risk Hand / MO-57• Best Practice of Emergency Care in the Alcohol Impaired • High-Risk Orthopedic Injuries / TU-78 Patient / TU-139 • Management of Difficult Dislocations / TU-95• Diabetic Keto-Acidosis, and Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic • Master Clinician Series: The Rapid, High-Yield Ortho State: Presentation, Practice, Pitfalls and Pearls / MO-41 Exam in the ED / WE-187• Glands Gone Bad: Endocrine Emergencies / MO-43 • Master Clinician Series: Orthopedic Skills Workshop / WE- 252Neurologic Disorders • Orthopedic Pearls and Pitfalls / MO-71• Advanced Neuroimaging for Acute Stroke and • Weekday and Weekend Warriors: Diagnosis and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: What is the Role of CTA, CTP, Treatment of Sports Injuries in the ED / TU-110 and MR Techniques? / TH-290 • What’s Afoot?: Five Foul Foot Fractures / MO-38• Are You Ready to Give tPA in Ischemic Stroke? Practical Considerations for Real-Life Use / WE-261 Pediatric Disorders• As the World Turns: Dizziness and Vertigo in the • 20/20 Vision: A 20-Year Perspective on Pediatric Emergency Department / MO-32 Emergency Medicine (James D. Mills, Jr. Memorial Lecture) /• Back Pain: Cases that You Simply Cannot Miss! / WE-240 TU-135• Brain Resuscitation / TH-283 • Abdominal Pain in Children: Is CT Really Necessary? / MO-• Case Studies of Subtle Presentations of Devastating 29 Neurological Conditions / MO-17 • Acute Pediatric Life-Threatening Events / WE-227• Combative, Convulsing, and Crazy: Care of the Altered • Advanced Practical Pediatric Procedural Sedation / MO-31 and Agitated Patient / WE-172 • “Baby Annie, Are You Okay:” Current Trends in Pediatric• Cranial Nerves: When is it an Emergency? / MO-03 Resuscitation / TH-281• Cranial Conundrums: Surprises in Neurologic • Challenging Cases in Pediatric Emergency Medicine / WE- Emergencies / TU-103 263• ICH – Evidence-Based Approach to the “Other” Stroke / • Chest Pain and Syncope in Children: Cause for Concern? / MO-45 WE-171• Life-Threatening Weakness: Strengthen Your Diagnostic • Common ED Complaints in the First 28 Days of Life / MO-65 Skills / TU-117 • Cruising the Literature: Pediatric Emergency Medicine• Master Clinician Series: The Symptom-Specific Rapid 2012 / TU-93 Neuro Examination / MO-07 • Dangerous Practices in the Pediatric Patient / TU-164• The Psychiatric ED Patient – Special Handling Needed! / • The Eyes Have It: Pediatric Ophthalmologic Emergencies TU-82 / WE-247• Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Who Needs the LP? / WE-251 • The Future is Here: Cutting-Edge Ultrasound in the• Update in the Management of TIA and Stroke Patients / Emergency Care of Infants and Children / TH-303 WE-258 • Head and Neck Trauma in Children: To Scan or Not to• Vertigo Skills Workshop (x2) / MO-63; MO-75 Scan and Other Questions / WE-200New Technology • Life-Threatening Radiographic Emergencies in the Pediatric Patient / WE-186• NextGen CPR: Tools for the Experienced Provider / WE-268 • Master Clinician Series: The Pediatric Eye Examination /• Non-Invasive Methods for Monitoring Critical ED Patients WE-221 / TU-96 • Mistakes You Do Not Want to Make in Pediatric Patients /• Pocket-Sized Probes: MO-20 The Top Ten Devices • The Ouchless ED: What’s New in Pediatric Procedural v iew That Will Change What Pain Management? / TU-143 You Carry in Your White or • The Pediatric Risk-Free Emergency Department: Reducing Coat / TH-277 Dow nload Malpractice Exposure / TU-119• Simulation Lab ABCs: • Pediatric Bread and Butter: Moving Patients Through Can You Manage These Without Getting Toasted / TU-132 Critical Cases? (x2) / TU-90; • Pediatric Procedures Lab (x2) / TH-269; TH-308 TU-126 Detailed • Pediatric Tricks of the Trade: What They Didn’t Teach You• Technology to Reduce course in Residency / TH-276 Errors, Not Add descriptions at • Pictures to Ponder: Pediatric Visual Diagnosis / WE-224 Complexity / TH-297 acep.org/sa2012 • Ready or Not, Here I Come: The Critical Child in Your ED / TU-79 REGISTER BY PHONE AT 800-798-1822 Page 9
  • 10. Courses – By Track Prehospital/Disaster Medicine Pulmonary Disorders • Automatic Advanced Crash Notification (AACN): Panacea • Acute Respiratory Failure: When Oxygen is Not Enough / or Problematic / WE-243 WE-260 • Cruising the Literature: EMS 2012 / MO-04 • ALI/ARDS: Preventing the Whiteout from Becoming a • Field Triage Guidelines 2012: A Moving Target / WE-175 Wipe Out / TH-298 • Innovations in Combat Casualty Care: Civilian • Asthma and COPD, What’s Really New with the Wheezers Applications / TU-107 / WE-205 • Just the Pearls: EMS for the Non-EMS Emergency • CAP Attack!: Bugs and Drugs for Pneumonia 2012 / TH-271 Physician / MO-19 • Differential Diagnosis of the Acutely Dyspneic Patient / • Overwhelmed and Understaffed: Ramping Up for Local WE-199 Disasters / MO-60 • Mastering Chest Radiology: A Systematic Approach / WE- • Ready or Not, Here it Comes: The National EMS Scope of 222 Practice Model & Educational Standards / MO-61 • Spot and Stop the Clot: Venous Thromboembolism / TU-154 • Ventilator Management: So You Think You Know How? / Professional Skills MO-09 • Administrative Challenges for the New Director / WE-192 • “Whooping It Up!:” Hacking Coughs and Hocking • “All Stressed Out” in the Emergency Department: Patients / WE-255 Avoiding Burnout / WE-246 • Yea, Yea, You Have Hypertension - Oh Wait, You Mean • Angry Birds, Angry Patients – Protecting Yourself from Pulmonary Hypertension! / MO-10 the Unexpected / TU-113 • Call it a Sabbatical, Light Duty, or Whatever: Just Don’t Risk Management/ED & The Law Call it “Retirement!” / TU-77 • Beware! The New Hotbed of Litigation / TH-282 • Clinical Pearls From the Recent Medical Literature (Part I) • Case-Based High Risk Bounce Backs / WE-262 / TU-159 • Emergency Physician Liability Related to Triage, • Clinical Pearls From the Recent Medical Literature (Part II) Crowding, and Boarding / TU-165 / WE-236 • GOTCHA! The Medical Chart: Anticipating the Lawyer’s • CSI MD: When the ED Becomes a Crime Scene / TH-301 Review / MO-44 • Cutting-Edge: Highlights of Emergency Medicine • Handoffs: Patient Safety and Legal Implications / WE-265 Research / TU-158 • Make Yourself a Better Physician: Calculating and • Disease or Drug Diversion? Dealing With the Difficult Communicating Medical Risk with Your Patients at the Drug Dependent Patient / WE-174 Bedside / TU-167 • The Economic Meltdown: Planning for Your Retirement in • Medical Liability in the Age of Electronic Health Records Turbulent Times / TH-302 / TH-275 • Financial Planning: “Double Down” is Not a Strategy / • Medical-Legal Risks in Times of Everyday Crisis / WE-223 TH-292 • Popular Medical Legal Questions Asked: Now Answered / • Master Clinician Series: Visual Diagnosis / TU-118 WE-201 • National Emergency Medicine Clinical Pathological Case • Post-Traumatic Litigation Stress Disorder: Acute and Conference (CPC) Finals / MO-28 Chronic / WE-191 • News Media Training 101 / TU-101 • Preparing for Your Deposition/Trial: How This Will Reduce • Organizing the Chaos: Tricks for Your Daily Grind / WE-208 Your Stress / TU-97 • Resuscitation for Your Reputation: Recovering from • Races and Community Events — When the Free T-Shirt Wrong / WE-242 Isn’t Enough: Legal, Ethical, and Practical Considerations • Service Recovery: Winning Back the Patient After a Bad / MO-72 ED Experience / WE-229 • What’s New in EMTALA?: The Fastest Growing Area of • So You Want a New Job?: Time to Update Your CV / WE-215 Liability Related to the ED / WE-178 • Speaking Like a Pro / MO-37 • What’s Your Liability? On-Call Issues and Transfers: What • Starbucks, Stairmasters, and Sleeping Pills: Strategies for Every Emergency Physician Must Know / WE-212 Success / TH-296 • Surviving “Gotcha” Journalism / TU-136 Toxicology & Environmental Disorders • Teamwork: Communication Best Practices / WE-226 • Anti-DON’Ts: Cases in Poisoning Management / TU-92 • The Top Articles of 2012 / TU-168 • Wilderness Medical Improvisation: What Would • Your Wall is Showing! Effective Use of Social Media / WE- MacGyver Do? / MO-67 202 v iew or “ In short summary, I really did have a wonderful time, and I will surely attend the Dow nload Detailed 2012 Scientific Assembly in Denver, CO. Thank course descriptions at you ACEP for a superb conference!” acep.org/sa2012Page 10 REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.ACEP.ORG/SA2012
  • 11. Courses – By Track• Coke, Speed, and Bath Salts – The Spectrum of • Hook ‘em Up to the Fire Hose? IV Fluids, Red Blood Cells, Stimulant Abuse / MO-02 Factor Replacements, and More / TH-304• Critical Update in Toxicology / TU-104 • I’d Scan That! Effective Diagnostic Trauma Imaging / TU-116• Drug Interactions: Combinations That Kill Your Patients / • It’s Not Only a Concussion: Evaluation, Treatment and WE-218 Disposition of the Minor Head Injured Patient / WE-176• Expedition and Wilderness Medicine for the Emergency • New Concepts in Trauma Care: Lessons from the Wars / Physician / WE-264 TU-131• Hot as Hell and Cold as Ice: Temperature Related Illness • No OR? No Problem: Non-Operative Management Today and Injury / TU-166 / WE-250• New Overdoses / TH-285 • Pediatric Trauma: Little People, Big Problems! / TH-306• NEW Drugs of Abuse / TH-313 • Putting the Pieces Back Together: Advanced Wound• One Pill Can Kill: Pediatric Poisoning / MO-22 Closure in the ED / TU-108• Rocky Mountain High: AMS, HAPE, and HACE / WE-235 • Thoracic Trauma: Answers to Tough Questions / TH-287• Stayin Alive: Wilderness Survival Strategies / TU-133 • Time and the Spine: An Age Based Approach to SCI / MO-73• Toxicology Lab (x2) / TU-83; TU-109 • Trauma Management: A Visual Approach to Pearls and• Toxicology By The Numbers: Formulas, Doses, Toxic Pitfalls / MO-24 Levels, and More / TU-156 • Trauma Talk: The Latest and The Greatest Trauma• Virtual Tox: Visual Clues in Poisoned Patients / MO-50 Literature / WE-211• Who Ate the Shrooms?: Poisonous Plants and Fungi / TU-86• Wilderness 911: Alpine Search and Rescue / TU-121 Urologic & OB/GYN Disorders • Best Practices in Approach to Sexual Assault / WE-206Trauma • Emergency Delivery: Are You Prepared? / WE-231• Burns: Treatment to the Nth Degree / WE-266 • From X-Rays to Antiemetics: Difficult Decisions in the• The Combative, Uncooperative, Arrested, and Pregnant Patient / MO-06 Threatening Trauma Patient: A Legal, Ethical, and Medical • Half-Baked: Emergencies in the Second Trimester of Minefield! / WE-230 Pregnancy / TH-284• Death of the Dinosaur: Debunking Trauma Myths / TH-289 • Third Trimester and Postpartum Disasters / TU-146• Evidence-Based Minor Trauma Management / TU-140 • Visual Diagnosis: Genitourinary Emergencies &• Geriatric Trauma: How To Avoid Deadly Mistakes / TU-106 Procedures / MO-25• Heroic Procedures You Should Know / MO-56 Procedural Cadaver Labs / Sunday, October 7 Resuscitation of the critically ill can be stressful and frustrating but our patients deserve excellence in this area. Invasive procedures are often required to save a life, yet these skills are often not utilized, because of a lack of practice, unfamiliarity, or advances in equipment since training. These hands-on labs are designed to improve practitioner competence at invasive emergency procedures in a safe, controlled, and closely supervised environment using fresh, unembalmed cadavers to closely simulate the anatomy and feel of an actual patient. Quintessential Emergency Procedural Skills / 8:00 am – 12:00 pm • Central venous access by the internal jugular, • Gardner-Wells tongs application (Skeletal subclavian, and femoral approach traction for cervical spine fracture & dislocation) • Intraosseous catheter placement • Tube thoracostomy • Venous cutdowns • L ateral canthotomy Advanced Life-Saving Procedural Skills / 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm • Cricothyrotomy • Intraosseous catheter placement • Pericardiocentesis • T horacotomy • Cranial burr holes • Intra-articular access At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to: describe indications and contraindications for various critical procedures, demonstrate techniques for performing these procedures, and recognize complications of these procedures. Underwritten in part by Vidacare. The fee for each 4-hour lab is $1295. Space is limited to 60 participants per lab so register early! To register, please go to acep.org/sa2012 or complete the registration form on page 17. The Cadaver Labs sold out in just days last year. Don’t miss this unique experience. REGISTER BY PHONE AT 800-798-1822 Page 11
  • 12. Course Schedule – By day Day 1 – Monday, October 8 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM • ED Overcrowding Workshop: Overcoming Barriers and8:00 AM - 8:50 AM Improving Outcomes / MO-26 • Blocks Unblinded: Ultrasound-Guided Regional • Slit Lamp Skills Lab / MO-27 Anesthesia / MO-01 • Coke, Speed, and Bath Salts – The Spectrum of Stimulant 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM Abuse / MO-02 • National Emergency Medicine Clinical Pathological Case • Cranial Nerves: When is it an Emergency? / MO-03 Conference (CPC) Finals / MO-28 • Cruising the Literature: EMS 2012 / MO-04 1:30 PM - 2:20 PM • Everyday Leadership: Secrets From Great Minds Through • Abdominal Pain in Children: Is CT Really Necessary? / MO- the Ages / MO-05 29 • From X-Rays to Antiemetics: Difficult Decisions in the • Acute Decompensated Heart Failure: Cutting-Edge Pregnant Patient / MO-06 Therapies to Benefit Now and Later / MO-30 • Master Clinician Series: The Symptom-Specific Rapid • Advanced Practical Pediatric Procedural Sedation / MO-31 Neuro Examination / MO-07 • As the World Turns: Dizziness and Vertigo in the • Top Ten Eye Emergencies: Don’t Be Blind to the Diagnosis Emergency Department / MO-32 / MO-08 • Beyond the ED: Expanding the ED Revenue Stream / MO-33 • Ventilator Management: So You Think You Know How? / • Pains in the Neck!: A Collection of Critical Complications MO-09 / MO-34 • Yea, Yea, You Have Hypertension - Oh Wait, You Mean • Procedural Sedation: The Nuts and Bolts / MO-35 Pulmonary Hypertension! / MO-10 • Reading a Head CT: What Every Emergency Physician8:00 AM - 9:50 AM Needs to Know / MO-36 • Slit Lamp Skills Lab / MO-11 • Speaking Like a Pro / MO-37 • Stop the Madness: Reducing Unnecessary Radiation in • What’s Afoot?: Five Foul Foot Fractures / MO-38 Patients with Suspected Pulmonary Embolism / MO-12 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM8:00 AM - 10:50 AM • Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab / MO-39 • Advanced Bedside Echocardiography Lab / MO-13 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM — BREAK - VISIT THE EXHIBITS9:00 AM - 10:30 AM 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM • OPENING SESSION - Town Hall Meeting: The Future • Advanced Health Policy: What’s Changing in Healthcare of Healthcare - Emerging Issues and Current Efforts to Delivery? / MO-40 Bridge the Gaps / MO-14 • Diabetic Keto-Acidosis, and Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic10:00 AM - 11:50 AM State: Presentation, Practice, Pitfalls and Pearls / MO-41 • Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab / MO-15 • Focused Ortho 2012: What You “Knee’d” to Know / MO-42 • Glands Gone Bad: Endocrine Emergencies / MO-4310:30 AM - 12:30 PM — LUNCH - VISIT THE EXHIBITS • GOTCHA! The Medical Chart: Anticipating the Lawyer’s12:30 PM - 1:20 PM Review / MO-44 • Bone Chillin’! Orthopedic Reductions and Regional Blocks • ICH – Evidence-Based Approach to the “Other” Stroke / / MO-16 MO-45 • Case Studies of Subtle Presentations of Devastating • From Paper to Patient: Recent Advances in Emergency Neurological Conditions / MO-17 Electrocardiography That Will Save a Life / MO-46 • Critical Care Update 2012: The Year in Review / MO-18 • The Quality Agenda / MO-47 • Just the Pearls: EMS for the Non-EMS Emergency • Reading a Trauma CT / MO-48 Physician / MO-19 • The Unexpected Difficult Airway: How to Avoid It and • Mistakes You Do Not Want to Make in Pediatric Patients / How to Manage It / MO-49 MO-20 • Virtual Tox: Visual Clues in Poisoned Patients / MO-50 • Non-Invasive Airway Management: What, How, Why? / 3:00 PM - 4:50 PM MO-21 • Slit Lamp Skills Lab / MO-51 • One Pill Can Kill: Pediatric Poisoning / MO-22 • Psychology of Waiting / MO-23 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM • Trauma Management: A Visual Approach to Pearls and • Advanced Bedside Echocardiography Lab / MO-52 Pitfalls / MO-24 4:00 PM - 4:50 PM • Visual Diagnosis: Genitourinary Emergencies & • The Crashing Patient: Clinical Pearls for Pre- or Post- Procedures / MO-25 Cardiac Arrest / MO-53 • Critical Care for the Morbidly Obese Patient / MO-54 • End of Life Care: What is the Emergency Physician’s Role? “ / MO-55 • Heroic Procedures You Should Know / MO-56 An excellent educational • The High-Risk Hand / MO-57 • Manifestations of Irritations from Infestations: Icky experience as usual. This is Creatures and Bites / MO-58 • Nightmare ENT Emergencies / MO-59 an essential conference for • Overwhelmed and Understaffed: Ramping Up for Local Disasters / MO-60 all Emergency Physicians. • Ready or Not, Here it Comes: The National EMS Scope of Practice Model & Educational Standards / MO-61Page 12 REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.ACEP.ORG/SA2012
  • 13. Course Schedule – By day • Revving up RVUs! Update on Reimbursement FAQs / MO-62 • Women in Medicine: What the Past Can Teach Future • Vertigo Skills Workshop / MO-63 Leaders / TU-1004:00 PM – 6:00 PM 9:00 AM - 11:50 AM • Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab / MO-64 • News Media Training 101 / TU-1015:00 PM - 6:00 PM 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM • Common ED Complaints in the First 28 Days of Life / MO-65 • Code Blue: Communication Breakdown Drives Diagnostic • ACLS Guidelines 2012: The Update / MO-66 Failure in the ED / TU-102 • Wilderness Medical Improvisation: What Would • Cranial Conundrums: Surprises in Neurologic MacGyver Do? / MO-67 Emergencies / TU-103 • Can’t Face It? Swollen Beyond Recognition / MO-68 • Critical Update in Toxicology / TU-104 • Critical Care Emergency Ultrasound / MO-69 • Essential Ophthalmologic Procedures and Examinations / • Improving Front-End ED Flow: Successful Change TU-105 Management / MO-70 • Geriatric Trauma: How To Avoid Deadly Mistakes / TU-106 • Orthopedic Pearls and Pitfalls / MO-71 • Innovations in Combat Casualty Care: Civilian • Races and Community Events — When the Free T-Shirt Applications / TU-107 Isn’t Enough: Legal, Ethical, and Practical Considerations • Putting the Pieces Back Together: Advanced Wound / MO-72 Closure in the ED / TU-108 • Time and the Spine: An Age Based Approach to SCI / MO-73 • Toxicology Lab / TU-109 • TTP, HUS, HIT, ITP…HELP! / MO-74 • Weekday and Weekend Warriors: Diagnosis and • Vertigo Skills Workshop / MO-75 Treatment of Sports Injuries in the ED / TU-110 • When To Say When!: Managing Patients’ Demands! / TU-111 • You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth! Use of Day 2 – Tuesday, October 9 Medical Scribes in the ED / TU-1128:00 AM - 8:50 AM 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM — LUNCH - VISIT THE EXHIBITS • Acid-Base Made Easy / TU-76 12:30 PM - 1:20 PM • Call it a Sabbatical, Light Duty, or Whatever: Just Don’t • Angry Birds, Angry Patients – Protecting Yourself from Call it “Retirement!” / TU-77 the Unexpected / TU-113 • High-Risk Orthopedic Injuries / TU-78 • Critical Decisions in Chaotic Situations - Error Reduction: • Ready or Not, Here I Come: The Critical Child in Your ED / Tools and Techniques / TU-114 TU-79 • Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional • New Cardiac Drugs: How, What, and When to Use Them Blocks / TU-115 in the ED / TU-80 • I’d Scan That! Effective Diagnostic Trauma Imaging / TU-116 • No More Bloody Mess: A Practical Guide to Ending ED • Life-Threatening Weakness: Strengthen Your Diagnostic ENT Bleeding / TU-81 Skills / TU-117 • The Psychiatric ED Patient – Special Handling Needed! / • Master Clinician Series: Visual Diagnosis / TU-118 TU-82 • The Pediatric Risk-Free Emergency Department: Reducing • Toxicology Lab / TU-83 Malpractice Exposure / TU-119 • Undifferentiated Shock: Making a Difference / TU-84 • P.O.O.P. Pathology: Why “Pain Out of Proportion” Kills / • Visual Diagnosis in Emergency Medicine: Head and Neck TU-120 / TU-85 • Wilderness 911: Alpine Search and Rescue / TU-121 • Who Ate the Shrooms?: Poisonous Plants and Fungi / TU-86 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM8:00 AM - 9:50 AM • Advanced Airway Techniques Lab / TU-122 • Advanced Airway Techniques Lab / TU-87 • Advanced Electrocardiography Workshop Part I: • Critical Care: An Interactive Experience / TU-88 Myocardial Ischemia and Its Mimics / TU-123 • Critical Care Emergency Ultrasound Lab / TU-89 • Critical Care Emergency Ultrasound Lab / TU-124 • Simulation Lab ABCs: Can You Manage These Critical • Low Risk Chest Pain – An Innovative Workshop to Improve Cases? / TU-90 Care / TU-125 • Slit Lamp Skills Lab / TU-318 • Simulation Lab ABCs: Can You Manage These Critical • Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab / TU-319 Cases? / TU-1269:00 AM - 9:50 AM • Slit Lamp Skills Lab / TU-320 • Acidosis Alphabet Soup / TU-91 • Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab / TU-321 • Anti-DON’Ts: Cases in Poisoning Management / TU-92 1:30 PM – 2:20 PM • Cruising the Literature: Pediatric Emergency Medicine • Airway Nightmares: Case Studies and Horror Stories / 2012 / TU-93 TU-127 • Cutting-Edge: Controversies in Critically Ill Cardiac • Cruising the Literature: Cardiology 2012 / TU-128 Patients / TU-94 • Cruising the Infectious Disease Literature / TU-129 • Management of Difficult Dislocations / TU-95 • Health Policy in the 2012 Election / TU-130 • Non-Invasive Methods for Monitoring Critical ED Patients • New Concepts in Trauma Care: Lessons from the Wars / / TU-96 TU-131 • Preparing for Your Deposition/Trial: How This Will Reduce • Pediatric Bread and Butter: Moving Patients Through Your Stress / TU-97 Without Getting Toasted / TU-132 • Pulmonary Ultrasound: Who Needs a Chest X-Ray? / TU-98 • Stayin Alive: Wilderness Survival Strategies / TU-133 • RVU Killers: The Most Common Reimbursement • Syncope with a Lethal Twist / TU-134 Documentation Errors / TU-99 REGISTER BY PHONE AT 800-798-1822 Page 13
  • 14. Course Schedule – By day • 20/20 Vision: A 20-Year Perspective on Pediatric Day 3 – Wednesday, October 10 Emergency Medicine (James D. Mills, Jr. Memorial Lecture) / TU-135 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM • Applying the Principles of Lean Management to2:00 PM - 3:50 PM Healthcare / WE-170 • Surviving “Gotcha” Journalism / TU-136 • Chest Pain and Syncope in Children: Cause for Concern?2:30 PM - 3:00 PM — BREAK - VISIT THE EXHIBITS / WE-1713:00 PM - 3:50 PM • Combative, Convulsing, and Crazy: Care of the Altered • Advanced Recognition and Treatment of Tachycardias / and Agitated Patient / WE-172 TU-137 • Critical Care for the Non-Intensivist / WE-173 • Benchmarking Your Way To Success / TU-138 • Disease or Drug Diversion? Dealing With the Difficult • Best Practice of Emergency Care in the Alcohol Impaired Drug Dependent Patient / WE-174 Patient / TU-139 • Field Triage Guidelines 2012: A Moving Target / WE-175 • Evidence-Based Minor Trauma Management / TU-140 • It’s Not Only a Concussion: Evaluation, Treatment and • Medicine and Politics - An Insider’s View on Why You Disposition of the Minor Head Injured Patient / WE-176 Need to Get Involved / TU-141 • Rapidly Fatal Infections / WE-177 • Observation Units, CDUs, and Chest Pain Centers: The • What’s New in EMTALA?: The Fastest Growing Area of State of the Art in 2012 / TU-142 Liability Related to the ED / WE-178 • The Ouchless ED: What’s New in Pediatric Procedural 8:00 AM - 9:50 AM Pain Management? / TU-143 • Advanced Airway Techniques Lab / WE-324 • Patient Satisfaction: Point/Counterpoint / TU-144 • Advanced Electrocardiography Workshop Part II: • Procedural Ultrasound / TU-145 Dysrhythmias and Syncope / WE-179 • Third Trimester and Postpartum Disasters / TU-146 • Emergency Dental Skills Lab / WE-180 • To Tell the Tooth: Dental and Oral Emergencies / TU-147 • Procedural Ultrasound Lab / WE-1813:00 PM - 4:50 PM • Venous US in the ED: DVT Skills Lab / WE-182 • Advanced Airway Techniques Lab / TU-148 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM • Critical Care Emergency Ultrasound Lab / TU-149 • Approach to the Febrile Child 36-Months-of-Age and • Slit Lamp Skills Lab / TU-322 Younger in the ED: Where Do We Stand? / WE-183 • Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab / TU-323 • Getting Your Piece of the Pie — ACO Models and “ACE:”4:00 PM - 4:50 PM The Answer or the Black Hole? / WE-184 • Bridging the Gaps / TU-150 • Hospital-Wide Patient Flow: Cracking the Code / WE-185 • Infections from Abroad: Unwanted Souvenirs / TU-151 • Life-Threatening Radiographic Emergencies in the • Oh No, Not Another Meeting! Conducting Effective Pediatric Patient / WE-186 Meetings / TU-152 • Master Clinician Series: The Rapid, High-Yield Ortho • Optimizing Patient Flow in the Emergency Department / Exam in the ED / WE-187 TU-153 • Number Needed to Treat: Pinpointing ED Interventions • Spot and Stop the Clot: Venous Thromboembolism / TU-154 that Matter Most / WE-188 • Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the • Pacemakers and AICDs: Short Circuit of the Electronic ED / TU-155 Heart / WE-189 • Toxicology By The Numbers: Formulas, Doses, Toxic • The Pinnacle: ECG Cases that Would Make an Levels, and More / TU-156 Electrophysiologist Blush / WE-190 • Venous Ultrasound in the ED: From Access to DVT • Post-Traumatic Litigation Stress Disorder: Acute and Detection / TU-157 Chronic / WE-191 • Administrative Challenges for the New Director / WE-1924:00 PM - 5:30 PM • Cutting-Edge: Highlights of Emergency Medicine 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM Research / TU-158 • The ABCs of Quality / WE-193 • Abdominal Vascular Emergencies: Detection, Diagnosis,4:00 PM - 6:00 PM and Decision / WE-194 • Clinical Pearls From the Recent Medical Literature (Part I) • The Aging Abdomen: Subtle Case Presentations / WE-195 / TU-159 • Anticoagulants, Antiplatelets, Fibrinolytics…Oh My! / WE- • Stump the Experts: Cardiac Edition / TU-160 1965:00 PM - 6:00 PM • Chest Pain: Observation and Rapid Rule Outs / WE-197 • Abdominal Pain That Can Kill / TU-161 • Conquering the Moguls of Healthcare Reimbursement: • Classic Pediatric Rashes / TU-162 Heads Up, It’s a Double Black Run! / WE-198 • C-Spine Imaging: Making Sense of Who to X-Ray, CT Scan • Differential Diagnosis of the Acutely Dyspneic Patient / or MRI / TU-163 WE-199 • Dangerous Practices in the Pediatric Patient / TU-164 • Head and Neck Trauma in Children: To Scan or Not to • Emergency Physician Liability Related to Triage, Scan and Other Questions / WE-200 Crowding, and Boarding / TU-165 • Popular Medical Legal Questions Asked: Now Answered / • Hot as Hell and Cold as Ice: Temperature Related Illness WE-201 and Injury / TU-166 • Your Wall is Showing! Effective Use of Social Media / WE- • Make Yourself a Better Physician: Calculating and 202 Communicating Medical Risk with Your Patients at the Bedside / TU-167 • The Top Articles of 2012 / TU-168 • Vasopressor Use in the Emergency Department / TU-169Page 14 REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.ACEP.ORG/SA2012
  • 15. Course Schedule – By day11:00 AM - 12:30 PM — LUNCH - VISIT THE EXHIBITS • Clinical Pearls From the Recent Medical Literature (Part II)12:30 PM - 1:20 PM / WE-236 • Abdominal Pain After Bariatric Surgery: What Are the • Emergency Dental Skills Lab / WE-237 Issues? / WE-203 • Procedural Ultrasound Lab / WE-238 • Abdominal Pain That Isn’t: The Masqueraders / WE-204 • Venous US in the ED: DVT Skills Lab / WE-239 • Asthma and COPD, What’s Really New with the Wheezers 3:30 PM - 3:55 PM / WE-205 • Back Pain: Cases that You Simply Cannot Miss! / WE-240 • Best Practices in Approach to Sexual Assault / WE-206 • Essential Updates: Blood Product Transfusion / WE-241 • Clogged or Broken? Troubleshooting Tubes and Lines / • Resuscitation for Your Reputation: Recovering from WE-207 Wrong / WE-242 • Organizing the Chaos: Tricks for Your Daily Grind / WE-208 4:00 PM - 4:25 PM • Recognizing the Top Ten Pediatric and Adult Rashes / WE- • Automatic Advanced Crash Notification (AACN): Panacea 209 or Problematic / WE-243 • “There’s An App for That:” Hand-Held Devices and • Avoiding Unnecessary X-Rays: Evidence-Based Rules for Applications That You Should Know / WE-210 Radiography / WE-244 • Trauma Talk: The Latest and The Greatest Trauma • Update on Upper GI Bleeding / WE-245 Literature / WE-211 • What’s Your Liability? On-Call Issues and Transfers: What 4:00 PM - 4:50 PM Every Emergency Physician Must Know / WE-212 • “All Stressed Out” in the Emergency Department: Avoiding Burnout / WE-24612:30 PM - 2:20 PM • The Eyes Have It: Pediatric Ophthalmologic Emergencies • Advanced Airway Techniques Lab / WE-325 / WE-247 • Emergency Dental Skills Lab / WE-213 • The High-Risk Oncology Patient / WE-248 • Procedural Ultrasound Lab / WE-214 • Maintaining Your ABEM Certification: Review of 2012 • So You Want a New Job?: Time to Update Your CV / WE-215 Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment Articles: Part II / • Venous US in the ED: DVT Skills Lab / WE-216 WE-2491:30 PM - 2:20 PM • No OR? No Problem: Non-Operative Management Today • Advanced Recognition and Treatment of Bradycardias / WE-250 and Blocks / WE-217 • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Who Needs the LP? / WE-251 • Drug Interactions: Combinations That Kill Your Patients / 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM WE-218 • Master Clinician Series: Orthopedic Skills Workshop / WE- • Infectious Disease Jeopardy / WE-219 252 • Just the Pearls: Bedside Tips and Tricks for the Critically Ill Patient / WE-220 4:30 PM - 4:55 PM • Master Clinician Series: The Pediatric Eye Examination / • Cocktail Party Conversations: Hey Doc, What’s This? / WE-253 WE-221 • Mastering Chest Radiology: A Systematic Approach / WE- • The White Blood Cell Count: Friend or Foe? / WE-254 222 • “Whooping It Up!:” Hacking Coughs and Hocking Patients / WE-255 • Medical-Legal Risks in Times of Everyday Crisis / WE-223 • Pictures to Ponder: Pediatric Visual Diagnosis / WE-224 5:00 PM - 5:25 PM • Redesigning Acute Care: How to Survive and Thrive (Colin • Life After Death: Post-Resuscitation Hypothermia / WE-256 C. Rorrie, Jr. Lecture) / WE-225 • The Love Cocktail: Updates in the Treatment of STIs / WE- • Teamwork: Communication Best Practices / WE-226 2572:30 PM - 3:00 PM — BREAK - VISIT THE EXHIBITS • Update in the Management of TIA and Stroke Patients / WE-2583:00 PM - 3:25 PM • Acute Pediatric Life-Threatening Events / WE-227 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM • Protect that Airway! The Perils of Intubating and Sedating • ABEM: MOC, LLSA, APP – Enough! Just Tell Me How to a Critically Ill Patient / WE-228 Stay Certified / WE-259 • Service Recovery: Winning Back the Patient After a Bad • Acute Respiratory Failure: When Oxygen is Not Enough / ED Experience / WE-229 WE-260 • Are You Ready to Give tPA in Ischemic Stroke? Practical3:00 PM - 3:50 PM Considerations for Real-Life Use / WE-261 • The Combative, Uncooperative, Arrested, and • Case-Based High Risk Bounce Backs / WE-262 Threatening Trauma Patient: A Legal, Ethical, and Medical • Challenging Cases in Pediatric Emergency Medicine / WE- Minefield! / WE-230 263 • Emergency Delivery: Are You Prepared? / WE-231 • Expedition and Wilderness Medicine for the Emergency • Maintaining Your ABEM Certification: Review of 2012 Physician / WE-264 Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment Articles: Part I / • Handoffs: Patient Safety and Legal Implications / WE-265 WE-232 • Real Cases: Bad Outcomes / WE-233 • Revving up Your RVUs Through Critical Care and Procedures / WE-234 • Rocky Mountain High: AMS, HAPE, and HACE / WE-2353:00 PM - 4:50 PM “ I always come away from Scientific Assembly recharged!” • Advanced Airway Techniques Lab / WE-326 REGISTER BY PHONE AT 800-798-1822 Page 15
  • 16. Course Schedule – By Day5:30 PM - 6:00 PM 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM • Burns: Treatment to the Nth Degree / WE-266 • ALI/ARDS: Preventing the Whiteout from Becoming a • Evidence-Based Management of Everyday ED ENT Wipe Out / TH-298 Complaints / WE-267 • Approach to the Unknown Rash / TH-299 • NextGen CPR: Tools for the Experienced Provider / WE-268 • Bedside Echocardiography: When Seconds Count / TH-300 • CSI MD: When the ED Becomes a Crime Scene / TH-301 • The Economic Meltdown: Planning for Your Retirement in Day 4 – Thursday, October 11 Turbulent Times / TH-3027:30 AM - 10:00 AM • The Future is Here: Cutting-Edge Ultrasound in the • Pediatric Procedures Lab / TH-269 Emergency Care of Infants and Children / TH-3038:00 AM - 8:50 AM • Hook ‘em Up to the Fire Hose? IV Fluids, Red Blood Cells, • Antibiotic Abyss / TH-270 Factor Replacements, and More / TH-304 • CAP Attack!: Bugs and Drugs for Pneumonia 2012 / TH-271 • From Ordinary to Extraordinary: Critical Care Medicine in • Dealing with Surgical Advances: Challenges in the ED / TH-305 Postoperative Complications / TH-272 • Pediatric Trauma: Little People, Big Problems! / TH-306 • The Death Rash: Lethal Rashes You Can’t Miss / TH-273 • Therapy STEMI: Update 2012 / TH-307 • I Didn’t Know You Could Ultrasound That! / TH-274 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM • Medical Liability in the Age of Electronic Health Records / • Pediatric Procedures Lab / TH-308 TH-275 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM • Pediatric Tricks of the Trade: What They Didn’t Teach You • Beyond EM: Emergent Interventions in the Developing in Residency / TH-276 World / TH-309 • Pocket-Sized Probes: The Top Ten Devices That Will • CT in Abdominal Pain: Critical Answers to Difficult Change What You Carry in Your White Coat / TH-277 Questions / TH-310 • Therapy for Non-ST Elevation ACS: Update 2012 / TH-278 • Doctor, the Patient’s Blood Pressure is Elevated! / TH-311 • Tricks of the Trade: Head and Neck Procedures / TH-279 • Don’t Blink: Plain Film Diagnoses You Cannot Afford to9:00 AM - 9:50 AM Miss / TH-312 • Advanced Radiology Series: Reading a Chest CT Like a • NEW Drugs of Abuse / TH-313 Pro / TH-280 • Pediatric Airway Panic or Advanced Pediatric Airway • “Baby Annie, Are You Okay:” Current Trends in Pediatric Management? / TH-314 Resuscitation / TH-281 • Suppressed & Depressed: Immunosuppressants and • Beware! The New Hotbed of Litigation / TH-282 Immunomodulators in the ED / TH-315 • Brain Resuscitation / TH-283 • Telemedicine: It’s Not Just Rural Anymore / TH-316 • Half-Baked: Emergencies in the Second Trimester of • Toys and Tools: New Devices and Products in Emergency Pregnancy / TH-284 Care / TH-317 • New Overdoses / TH-285 • Spider Bites to Necrotizing Fasciitis: Tissue is the Issue / TH-286 • Thoracic Trauma: Answers to Tough Questions / TH-287 • Updates in the Management of Acute Atrial Fibrillation / TH-288 • Death of the Dinosaur: Debunking Trauma Myths / TH-28910:00 AM - 10:50 AM • Advanced Neuroimaging for Acute Stroke and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: What is the Role of CTA, CTP, and MR Techniques? / TH-290 • Cutting-Edge Airways / TH-291 • Financial Planning: “Double Down” is Not a Strategy / TH-292 • Neuro-Critical Care: What Every Physician Needs to Know / TH-293 • No Pain, Big Gain: Effective Pain Management / TH-294 • Pitfalls Series: Pitfalls in Pediatric Chest and Abdominal Radiology / TH-295 • Starbucks, Stairmasters, and Sleeping Pills: Strategies for Success / TH-296 • Technology to Reduce Errors, Not Add Complexity / TH-297Skills labs offer the opportunity to get practical experience in smallgroup settings. Because space is limited, labs always fill up. Act fast tosecure the times and days that fit your schedule.Page 16 REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.ACEP.ORG/SA2012
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. . $205. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $305 EMT/Paramedic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $185. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $285 Representative of Developing Countries. . . . . . $230. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $330 Pharmacist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $205. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $305 Honorary/Life Members*** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $185. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $285 SEMPA Member* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $190. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $290 One-day registration Thursday, October 11 (5 CME hours) ACEP Member* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $180. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $280 ACEP Member Medical Student*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 95. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $195 Physician Non-Member. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $225. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $325 Non-Member Medical Student**. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $115 . . . . . . . . . . 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Advanced Airway Techniques Skills Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . $150 Pediatric Procedures Lab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $150 PRE-CONFERENCE / October 7 Advanced Bedside Echocardiography Lab. . . . . . . . . . . $150 Simulation Lab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $225 Procedural Cadaver Lab (Physician Only). . . . . . . $1295 Critical Care Emergency Ultrasound Lab. . . . . . . . . . . . $150 Slit Lamp Skills Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $150 8:00 am 1:30 pm Dental Skills Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $150 Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Lab . . . . $150 Advanced EMS Practitioners’ Forum . . . . . . $219 Procedural Ultrasound Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $150 Venous US in the ED: DVT Skills Lab . . . . . . . . . . . $150 EM Ultrasound Management Course . . . . . $195Lab fee subtotal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $_________________________PEER VIII–Physician’s Evaluation and Educational Review in Emergency Medicine, Vol. 8 (Pick up onsite) Yes! I want to order the print edition of PEER VIII. ACEP Member $149 / ACEP Resident $99 / Non-member: $275. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $_________________________ Fee total $__________________ 5 Payment method (Payment is due at time of registration.) ACEP Research Forum Attendees YES, I am a Scientific Assembly 4-day registrant and plan to attend the My check for $____________ is enclosed. (Payable to ACEP in US currency only.) 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  • 19. Invited Faculty & Officers Continuing EducationFredrick M. Abrahamian, DO, FACEP Jeffrey A. Kline, MD, FACEP Sukhjit S. Takhar, MD Credit for PhysiciansJames G. Adams, MD, FACEP Jason R. Knight, MD Gary W. Tamkin, MD, FACEP The American College of EmergencyYone Amuka, MD Donald J. Kosiak Jr., MD, MBA, FACEP Nathan A. Teismann, MDRobert S. Anderson, Jr., MD Terry Kowalenko, MD, FACEP Jonathan Theoret, MD Physicians is accredited by the Ac-Amy S. Archer Uyenishi, MD, FACEP Eddy S. Lang, MD Molly E.W. Thiessen, MD creditation Council for ContinuingSanjay Arora, MD Todd M. Larabee, MD Kimberly N. Thivierge, MD Medical Education to provide continu-Brent Asplin, MD, MPH, FACEP Brooks T. Laselle, MD Carrie D. Tibbles, MD ing medical education for physicians.Brandon H. Backlund, MD, FACEP Tracy Leigh LeGros, MD, PhD, FACEP Nan Tolbert Scientific Assembly…Katherine Bakes, MD Resa E. Lewiss, MD Christian A. Tomaszewski, MD, FACEP, FACMT The American College of EmergencyJessica Barber, MD Otto Liebmann, MD Stephen J. Traub, MD, FACEPRoger M. Barkin, MD, FACEP Brian Lin, MD Robert J. Tubbs, MD Physicians designates this live activityMichael R. Baumann, MD, FACEP Suzanne Lippert, MD Michael A. Turturro, MD, FACEP for a maximum of 28.5 AMA PRA Cat-Vikhyat S. Bebarta, MD, FACEP Luis M. Lovato, MD, FACEP Peter Viccellio, MD, FACEP egory 1 Credit(s) tm. Physicians shouldDennis M. Beck, MD, FACEP Mimi Lu, MD, MS Chad D. Viscusi, MD claim only the credit commensurateKip R. Benko, MD, FACEP Emily C. MacNeill, MD Robert J. Vissers, MD, FACEP, FRCPC with the extent of their participation inGil Binenbaum, MD, MSCE William K. Mallon, MD, FACEP Rais B. Vohra, MD the activity.Diane M. Birnbaumer, MD, FACEP Evie G. Marcolini, MD, FACEP Mary Jo Wagner, MD, FACEP Bradford L. Walters, MD, FACEP Procedural Cadaver Labs…Robert A. Bitterman, MD, JD, FACEP Joseph G. Mattis, CRNPKeith T. Borg, MD, PhD, FACEP Amal Mattu, MD, FACEP Jackqueline Ward-Gaines, MD The American College of EmergencyJoelle Borhart, MD Thom A. Mayer, MD, FACEP James A. Webley, MD, FACEP Physicians designates this live activityJason D. Bothwell, MD Nathan W. Mick, MD, FACEP Scott D. Weingart, MD, FACEP for a maximum of 8.0 AMA PRA Cat-Joshua S. Broder, MD, FACEP Trevor J. Mills, MD, MPH, FACEP Danielle Weinman, MD egory 1 Credit(s) tm. Physicians shouldCalvin A. Brown III, MD Jacob C. Miss, MD Gordon Wheeler claim only the credit commensurateDavid F M Brown, MD, FACEP Gregory P. Moore, MD, JD Warren Wiechmann, MD with the extent of their participation inW. Richard Bukata, MD Ernest E. Moore, Jr., MD, FACS, FCCM, FACN Jennifer L. Wiler, MD, MBA, FACEP the activity.E. Bradshaw Bunney, MD, FACEP Ravi S. Morchi, MD Charlotte P. Wills, MDRichard M. Cantor, MD, FACEP Maria E. Moreira, MD Andrew B. Wilson, MD ACEP’s Advanced EMS Practitioners’David A. Caro, MD, FACEP Heather M. Murphy-Lavoie, MD Michael E. Winters, MD, FACEP Forum and Workshop…Andrew K. Chang, MD, MS, FACEP Mark B. Mycyk, MD, FACEP Stephen J. Wolf, MD, FACEP The American College of EmergencyRose M. Chasm, MD, FACEP Arun Nagdev, MD Dale P. Woolridge, MD, PhD, FACEP Physicians designates this live activityKris Chiles, MD David H. Newman, MD, FACEP Teresa S. Wu, MD for a maximum of 8.0 AMA PRA Cat-Mikaela L. Chilstrom-Baker, MD Vincent Nguyen, MD Peter C. Wyer, MD, FACEP egory 1 Credit(s) tm. Physicians shouldEric H. Christensen, RN, BSN, CEN Vicki E. Noble, MD, FACEP Donald M. Yealy, MD, FACEP claim only the credit commensurateBrian D. Clothier, MD Kristen Nordenholz, MD, FACEP David Zodda, MD with the extent of their participation inPhillip R. Coker, MD Kelly P. O’Keefe, MD, FACEP the activity.Christopher B. Colwell, MD, FACEP Yasuharu Okuda, MD, FACEPKeith Conover, MD, FACEP Jon C. Olsen, MD, FACEP Board of Directors Specialty CreditsRandolph J. Cordle, MD, FACEP Tiffany M. Osborn, MD, FACEP David C. Seaberg, MD, CPE, FACEPTracy A. Cushing, MD, FACEP M. Rusty Oshita, MD Scientific Assembly, the Procedural Ca- PresidentSeric Cusick, MD Nilesh Patel, DO Andrew E. Sama, MD, FACEP daver Labs, and ACEP’s Advanced EMSPeter M. DeBlieux, MD, FACEP Phillips Perera, MD, RDMS, FACEP President-Elect Practitioners’ Forum and Workshop areCharlotte Derr, MD, FACEP John C. Perkins, Jr, MD, FACEP Andrew I. Bern, MD, FACEP approved for 28.5, 8.0, and 8.0 hours ofDeborah B. Diercks, MD, FACEP Andrew D. Perron, MD, FACEP Chair of the Board ACEP Category I credit, respectively.Stephanie J. Doniger, MD, FACEP Gary F. Pollock, MD, FACEP Alexander M. Rosenau, DO, CPE, FACEP Scientific Assembly and the ProceduralJonathan A. Edlow, MD, FACEP Kevin C. Reed, MD, FACEP Vice PresidentTimothy B. Erickson, MD, FACEP Stacy L. Reynolds, MD Cadaver Labs have been approved by Michael J. Gerardi, MD, FACEPJ. Christian Fox, MD, RDMS, FACEP Cliff A. Rice, MD Secretary-Treasurer the American Osteopathic Association;Sean M. Fox, MD Christine Riguzzi, MD Sandra M. Schneider, MD, FACEP Scientific Assembly for 28.5 AOAJohn P. Freese, MD Robert L. Rogers, MD, FACEP Immediate Past President Category 2-A credit and the ProceduralAndrew J. French, MD Genie E. Roosevelt, MD Hans R. House, MD, FACEP Cadaver Labs for 8 hours AOA CategoryOron Frenkel, MD Emily A. Rose, MD Jay A. Kaplan, MD, FACEP 2-A credit.Edward R. Gaines, III, JD, CCP Carlo Rosen, MD, FACEP Paul D. Kivela, MD, FACEP Scientific Assembly and ACEP’sDaniel C. Garza, MD Michael A. Ross, MD, FACEP Mark L. Mackey, MD, MBA, FACEPMarianne Gausche-Hill, MD, FACEP Alfred D. Sacchetti, MD, FACEP Robert O’Connor, MD, MPH, FACEP Advanced EMS Practitioners’ ForumKeith T. Ghezzi, MD, FACEP Andrew E. Sama, MD, FACEP Rebecca B. Parker, MD, FACEP and Workshop are approved by theAlan J. Gianotti, MD, MS Jeffrey Sankoff, MD, FACEP John J. Rogers, MD, FACEP Continuing Education CoordinatingMichael A. Gibbs, MD, FACEP Tracy G. Sanson, MD, FACEP Robert C. Solomon, MD, FACEP Board for Emergency Medical ServicesJames P. Gillen, MD, FACEP Geoff Sanz, MD (CECBEMS).Andy Godwin, MD, FACEP Scott M. Sasser, MD, FACEP Council Officers Marco Coppola, DO, FACEP AAPA accepts certificates of participa-Daniel B. Gowhari, DO Michael Schindlbeck, MDMichael A. Granovsky, MD, CPC, FACEP Speaker tion for educational activities certified Nathaniel R. Schlicher, MD, JDLeah Hamburg, MD Gillian Schmitz, MD, FACEP Kevin M. Klauer, DO, EJD, FACEP for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ fromJason S. Haukoos, MD, FACEP Jeremiah Schuur, MD, FACEP Vice Speaker organizations accredited by ACCMETarlan Hedayati, MD, FACEP Zina Semenovskaya, MD Educational Meetings Committee or a recognized state medical society.Alan Heffner, MD Fred A. Severyn, MD, FACEP Kerry B. Broderick, MD, FACEP Physician assistants may receive aTim D. Heilenbach, MD Ghazala Q. Sharieff, MD, FACEP Chair maximum of 28.5 hours of CategoryGregory W. Hendey, MD, FACEP Scott C. Sherman, MD John M. Bailitz, MD, FACEP 1 credit for completing Scientific As-Gregory L. Henry, MD, FACEP Gil Z. Shlamovitz, MD Matthew D. Bitner, MD sembly.Gene Hern, MD Lee W. Shockley, MD, MBA, FACEP Jonathan E. Davis, MD, FACEPAndrew Herring, MD Ashley Shreves, MD Scientific Assembly has been reviewed Janis Farnholtz Provinse, RN, MS, CNS, CENErik P. Hess, MD Dana B. Siegal, RN, CPHRM Michael A. Granovsky, MD, FACEP and is acceptable for up to 28.5Paul R. Hinchey, MD Shelley Sims Kenneth T. Kwon, MD, FACEP prescribed credit(s) by the AmericanJerome R. Hoffman, MA, MD, FACEP Craig A. Sisson, MD, FACEP Swaminatha Mahadevan, MD, FACEP Academy of Family Physicians.Judd E. Hollander, MD, FACEP Corey M. Slovis, MD, FACEP Sudave D. Mendiratta, MD Physicians should claim only the creditJennifer V. Huang, DO, FACEP Rebecca Smith-Coggins, MD, FACEP Christopher Ross, MD, FACEP, FRCP(C) commensurate with the extent of theirNicole Hurst, MD Eric R. Snoey, MD Tracy G. Sanson, MD, FACEP participation in the activity.Ryan Hurth, MD Susanne J. Spano, MD Matthew J. Stull, MDGrant Innes, MD Steven J. Stack, MD, FACEP Jeffrey Tabas, MD, FACEP Scientific Assembly has been reviewedLisa Jacobson, MD Michael B. Stone, MD, RDMS Ernest E. Wang, MD, FACEP by the American Academy of PediatricsKirk B. Jensen, MD, MBA, FACEP Robert W. Strauss, Jr., MD, FACEP Mildred Willy, MD, FACEP and is acceptable for a maximum of 22Jay A. Kaplan, MD, FACEP Matthew Strehlow, MD AAP credits. These credits can be ap-Barbara Katz Christopher Strother, MD Research Forum plied toward the AAP CME/CPD AwardEric D. Katz, MD, FACEP Jeffrey R. Suchard, MD, FACEP, FACMT Deborah B. Diercks, MD, FACEP available to Fellows and CandidateJohn L. Kendall, MD, FACEP Daniel J. Sullivan, MD, JD, FACEP Course Director Members of the American Academy ofDaniel Kim, MD Shane M. Summers, MD Pediatrics.Heidi H. Kimberly, MD Thomas E. Syzek, MD, FACEPKevin M. Klauer, DO, EJD, FACEP Jeffrey Tabas, MD, FACEP REGISTER BY PHONE AT 800-798-1822 Page 19
  • 20. non profit us postage p a id Bolingbrook, IL permit no. 467 #ACEP12 facebook.com/ACEPfan Join the conversation. acep.org/ExploreDenver Earn up to 28.5 Hours of AMA PRA, ACEP, AOA, and AAFP Credit. Who Should Attend • Emergency Physicians • Emergency Nurses • Nurse Practitioners • Residents • Medical Students • Physician Assistants • Emergency Department Medical Directors • Hospital Administrators • EMTs/Paramedics • Other healthcare providers engaged in the practice of emergency medicine Visit ACEP’s Scientific Assembly website for: • Detailed course descriptions • Streamlined & secure online registration • Planning tools for your stay in Denver • And more!O c t o b e r 8 -11, 2 012 acep.org/sa2012 Scientific Assembly Learning Objectives Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to apply the latest advances in the diagnosis, treatment, clinical skills, and practice management innovations necessary for the practice of emergency medicine. Nationally recognized experts will present the latest, cutting-edge clinical and practice management techniques. A variety of methods will be used, including case presentations, evidence-based medicine, literature reviews, and in-depth coverage of the latest clinical controversies. (Individual course objectives can be found on the website at acep.org/sa2012.)

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