“Without a doubt the bestOhio ACEP Emergency Medicine reviewEmergency Medicine course available anywhere!”Review Course – 2011 attendee Registration Includes Renaissance Columbus Hotel • Columbus, Ohio • An extensive daily course syllabus organized in a consistent,EMR Long Track Course structured format to reinforce learning August 20-24, 2012 • Team led rapid review sessions October 22-26, 2012 • Pre, Post & Daily Tests totaling over 400 questions • Access to Ohio ACEP’s online visualEMR Fast Facts & Fundamentals Course stimuli guide with over 1,400 cases August 25-27, 2012 • Preparation before the course NEW! with focused review questions periodically e-mailed by Ohio ACEP COURSE DETAILS • A copy of ECGs for the Emergency Ohio ACEP’s Emergency Medicine Review Course is a board review immersion course Physician by Drs. Amal Mattu & that comprehensively covers the EM Model. William Brady • Link to Ohio ACEP’s Pharmacology/ WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Toxicology Case Studies Physicians preparing for the Qualifying Exam, ConCert Exam, continuous • Hotel guests enjoy breakfast & all certification or those looking for a CME resource and a comprehensive EM review. participants receive coffee, snack WHY ATTEND? breaks & evening meal buffets We have the experience! We’ve helped EM physicians prepare for the exam for nearly 30 years! Since 1984 over 10,000 physicians have succeeded with our course. We bring the experts! Over 30 nationally known educators are flown in to instruct you on mastering what you need to know.www.ohacep.org/emergencymedicinereviewPhone: (614) 792-6506 • E-mail: email@example.com
Course DetailsWhat’s Included With Registration? Why attend Ohio ACEP’s course? Ohio ACEP’s nationally-acclaimed Emergency Medicine Review Course is structured to immerse its attendees in a comprehensive review of the core content of Emergency Medicine. It is designed to prepare physicians to successfully pass the Qualifying and ConCert Exams but also serves as an intense review of fundamental key concepts for individuals looking for a focused review of Emergency Medicine. • Multiple Learning Environments - Lectures take place in the main ballroom. For those that prefer a more intimate setting, other viewing options include live streaming of lectures in smaller rooms, a comfortable lounge area and the hotel exercise room. • Few Distractions - Our course is designed to allow for a focused, intense review by participants. “It was a focused, • Accessibility to Course Moderators & Instructors - Participants will be provided with the opportunity to ask questions and receive feedback. efficient review - • Learn from the Experts - Over 30 nationally known educators are brought in to provide well worth the time attendees with in-depth reviews of targeted areas and insight into clinical controversies. They will and money!” instruct you on mastering what you need to know to pass the exam. - 2011 attendee What is included with course registration? Ohio ACEP’s goal is to help you prepare before, during and after the course focusing on the core content of Emergency Medicine! Course Material • Extensive Course Syllabus booklet for each day Course Extra! Registrants have the opportunity to purchase an electronic version of the syllabus on a flash drive for an additional charge as noted on the registration form. • A copy of ECGs for the Emergency Physician by Drs. Amal Mattu and William Brady • Pre, Post & Daily Tests totaling over 400 questions - Pre-tests are sent with every registration “Wonderful Course! confirmation. Post tests are given to attendees at onsite registration. Syllabus booklets include questions that review the targeted course material covered each day. Without a doubt the • Complimentary link to Pharmacology/Toxicology Case Studies best EM review course available anywhere!” Online Stimuli & E-Learning Web site - www.ohacep-elearning.org • Access to Ohio ACEP’s e-learning Web site - All registrants will receive a 45+ day subscription – 2011 attendee with unlimited access to over 1,400 cases that include images with questions and extensive answers reinforcing the core content of Emergency Medicine. • NEW - Preparation Before the Course! - Registrants will receive periodic e-mails to help prepare in the weeks leading up to the course! Each e-mail will link to a set of review questions focused on one topic area. Accessed through Ohio ACEP’s e-learning Web site, questions will include images and answers reinforcing key concepts. Bring a computer or iPad with you to the course to utilize this online feature! Daily & Evening Rapid Reviews • Intense Daily Rapid Reviews led by course moderators • Opportunity to join colleagues and faculty for evening reviews of select cases that include diagnostic photos, radiographs and ultrasound images from Ohio ACEPs online stimuli Web site DAtes to REmember Video Supplementation • Recordings from the 2011 course will be shown after lectures each evening on the closed circuit TV for guests of the hotel. EMCC ConCert Exam • Video viewing rooms are available 24-hours a day to view recordings from the 2011 course. September 10-15, 2012 Meals & Breaks Qualifying Exam • A complimentary continental breakfast will be available to those staying at the hotel. November 12-17, 2012 • All participants receive coffee, snack breaks and evening meal buffets.2 • Convenient lunch options will be available to purchase daily.
Emergency Mgendas &eview Course A edicine R CME Course AgendasLong Track Fast Facts & FundamentalsDay 1 Day 4 Day 17 - 8 am Registration 7:30 am - Lectures Begin 7 - 8 am RegistrationOrientation Thoracic Respiratory Disorders I OrientationTest Taking Psychology Thoracic Respiratory Disorders II Trauma Critical FactsTraumatic Disorders Infectious Disorders I Cardiology PearlsTraumatic Disorders C-Spine Thoracic Respiratory Disorders III GI/OB-Gyn EssentialsUltrasound in EM Infectious Disorders II Orthopedic Critical FactsHand Injuries Endocrine, Metabolic & Respiratory/Neurology PearlsPsychobehavioral Disorders Nutritional Disorders I Comprehensive Rapid ReviewEnvironmental Emergencies I Endocrine, Metabolic & 6 pm - Lectures EndEnvironmental Emergencies II Nutritional Disorders II 6 - 7 pm Dinner Reception “This is the best courseUpper Extremity MS Injuries Cardiovascular Disorders ITrauma & Environmental Cardiovascular Disorders II 7 - 8 pm e-learning Review in the country and Emergencies Rapid Review Ocular Emergencies 6:15 - 7:15 pm Dinner Reception Day 2 8 am - Lectures Begin has the best value for6:30 pm - Lectures End6:30 - 7:30 pm Dinner Reception ECG Review Rapid Pictorial Review the cost!” 8:15 pm Lectures End (Derm & Ophth)7:30 - 8:30 pm e-learning Review Toxicology Essentials - 2011 attendeeDay 2 Day 5 Environmental Essentials7:30 am - Lectures Begin 7:30 am - Lectures Begin EMS, ED Admin & Patient SafetyPediatric Medical Illnesses I Nervous System Disorders Rapid Review (ID, Endo, Hem, Onc)Pediatric Medical Illnesses II Cardiovascular Disorders III ENT EssentialsPediatric Surgical Illnesses Cardiovascular Disorders IV Comprehensive Rapid ReviewPediatric Rapid Review Cutaneous Disorders I 5:45 pm - Lectures EndOncologic Emergencies Cutaneous Disorders II 5:45- 6:45 pm Dinner ReceptionMusculoskeletal Illnesses I GeriatricsMusculoskeletal Illnesses II Abdominal & Gastrointestinal Day 3Pregnancy & Urogenital Disorders Disorders I 8 am - Lectures BeginEM Immersion Rapid Review Abdominal & Gastrointestinal Rapid Review (Psych & Geriatrics)6 pm - Lectures End Disorders II Pediatric Review6 - 7 pm Dinner Reception Pelvic, Back & Lower Extremity GU/Renal Essentials “A great course, lots7 - 8 pm e-learning Review Musculoskeletal Injuries Clinical Procedures Ear, Nose, Throat & Dental Comprehensive Rapid Review of information, goodDay 3 6:35 pm - Course Ends 4:10 pm - Course Ends presentations...Ohio7:30 am - Lectures BeginToxicologic Emergencies I ACEP does it right.”Toxicologic Emergencies IIRenal/GU Emergencies - 2010 attendeeToxicologic Emergencies IIIToxicologic Rapid ReviewHematologic EmergenciesClinical Pharmacology IClinical Pharmacology IIEMS, ED Admin & Patient SafetyComprehensive EM Rapid Review7:05 pm - Lectures End7:05 - 8:05 pm Dinner ReceptionCME AccreditationThese activities have been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for DisclaimerContinuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the American College of Emergency Physicians and Ohio ACEP. The American Ohio ACEP makes every effort to ensure that speakers atCollege of Emergency Physicians is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical Chapter sponsored courses are knowledgeable authorities in their field. Attendees are advised that statements andeducation for physicians. opinions expressed by course speakers are those of the speakers, not of Ohio ACEP. Speakers’ statements and/or opinions should not beEMR Long Track Course construed as Ohio ACEP’s policy or recommendations, and Ohio ACEP disclaims any liability for the consequences ofThe American College of Emergency Physicians designates this live activity for a maximum of 50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. any actions taken in reliance upon them. Products/servicesPhysicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. exhibited by organizations other than Ohio ACEP are not endorsed by the Chapter. Further, Ohio ACEP disclaims any liability for use of such products/services. Speakers and times are subject to change without notice and at ourEMR Fast Facts & Fundamentals Course discretion. Ohio ACEP is not affiliated with ABEM.The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this live activity for a maximum of 25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Due to the nature of this course, we cannot allow children and guests in the course rooms. No exceptions.Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 3
Course Accommodations Emergency Medicine Review Course Renaissance Columbus Hotel 50 N Third Street Columbus, OH 43215 Reservations (614) 228-5050 or (877) 901-6632 Group Code: Ohio Chapter ACEP Access hotel information online at www.ohacep.org/emrhotel “Overall incredible conference. Worth August course October course every penny! I will definitely come again!” Group Rate Reservation Deadline Group Rate Reservation Deadline - 2011 attendee July 30, 2012 October 1, 2012 Register Online Register Online https://resweb.passkey.com/go/ohacepaug2012 https://resweb.passkey.com/go/acepoctemr Room Rate Room Rate $139 (applicable taxes will apply) $139 (applicable taxes will apply) Overnight Parking Overnight Parking $11.50 (one vehicle per room) $11.50 (one vehicle per room) free internet included in sleeping rooms! “The finest course ever! Lecturers were superb Reserve your room now! Although Ohio ACEP is holding a guest room block at the hotel, it is the and the planning registrant’s responsibility to secure overnight accommodations. Please be aware Ohio ACEP cannot guarantee guest room availability and room blocks often fill before the cut-off date. and organization • Bed types are not guaranteed and are based on availability. was first rate.” • Reservations must be accompanied by a first night deposit or guaranteed with a major credit card. - 2011 attendee • Check-in time after 3 pm; Check-out time is 12 pm. • Cancellation or modification of reservations must be made at least 48 hours prior to arrival to avoid forfeiture of deposit. Supplement your Board Preparation with Dr. Carol Rivers Board Review Materials Available exclusively through Ohio ACEP. Travel TipFlying to Columbus, Ohio?The Port Columbus International Order Yours Today! Airport (Code - CMH) www.ohacep.org/riversboardreviewproducts is the closest airport. (614) 792-6506 www.port-columbus.com (888) 642-23744 Approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM
Emergency Medicineupplemental Course Information S Review CourseEMR Long Track Course EMR Fast Facts & August 20-24, 2012 Fundamentals Course October 22-26, 2012 August 25-27, 2012Educational Objective Registrants of both the EMR Long Track Course and the EMR Fast Facts & Fundamentals Course will comprehensively review the body of knowledge that comprises Emergency Medicine and recall information pertinent to the practice of Emergency Medicine with the goal of passing the Emergency Medicine ConCert exam or Qualifying exam. “Fantastic course! No wonder people travelWhat is the difference between the EMR Long Track Course and from all across thethe EMR Fast Facts & Fundamentals Course? country to attend!” The EMR Long Track Course is a five-day comprehensive review of Emergency Medicine designed for physicians preparing for the ConCert or Qualifying exams. It is also ideal for individuals looking for a - 2011 attendee CME resource and an all-inclusive EM review. The EMR Fast Facts & Fundamentals Course is a three-day course designed to provide attendees with a shorter, thorough review of Emergency Medicine. It is also intended for physicians preparing for the ConCert or Qualifying exams. Rapid review lectures focus on key facts and pearls of each topic. Participants may choose to attend the EMR Long Track Course, the EMR Fast Facts & Fundamentals Course or both. Please see the agendas on page 3 for a breakdown of topics within each course.LLSA Fast Track Review Course - August 25, 2012 “If you want to passLLSA FAst Track REview Course - 2010, 2011 & 2012 the Boards, this is THE Ohio ACEP’s LLSA Fast Track Review Course makes it easy to complete three LLSA tests in one day! Add this course to your Emergency Medicine Review Course registration for an additional fee. This one-day course will be held in conjunction with the course to take! The EMR Fast Facts & Fundamentals Course on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012 at the Renaissance Columbus Hotel. best review course Ive Why Attend attended by far!” • Convenience! Following lectures and a discussion with expert faculty, participants may take all - 2010 attendee three tests in one day. • Success! Ohio ACEP’s LLSA Fast Track Review Course has a 100% pass rate. Course Details • Attendees review article key facts and participate in a moderated Q&A session. • Participants take the LLSA test(s) on site for the session(s) they attend. • This course is a one-stop testing and rapid review opportunity for all of your EMCC/LLSA needs. Course Material • Participants must bring a laptop computer with wireless capability to take the test(s) on site. • Attendees must bring their ABEM User ID/Password along with payment method for each year’s LLSA test they plan to take at the course. SCan Here! • Registrants should bring their medical license expiration date to update on ABEM’s Web site. Scan below to register online or for additional information on Registration Take only the session(s) you need to meet your ABEM* requirements! Ohio ACEPs Emergency Medicine $150 One Year Visit www.abem.org for your individual testing schedule. Review Course! $275 Two Years *Ohio ACEP is not affiliated with ABEM. $400 Three Years To register online or for additional information visit www.ohacep.org/llsa 5
Faculty and Affiliations In accordance with ACCME Standard and ACEP policy, presenters must disclose the existence of significant financial interests in orFaculty and Affiliations relationships with manufacturers of commercial products that may have a direct interest in the subject matter of the presentation, and relationships with the commercial supporter of this CME activity. These presenters do not consider such relationships will influence their presentation. Complete disclosures will be made prior to the start of each course. Martin Hellman, MD, FACEP, FAAP Mimi Lu, MD Joseph Piktel, MD, FACEP “Outstanding Attending Emergency Physician, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh; Clinical Assistant Professor, Assistant Program Director, Emergency Medicine Attending Physician, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, MetroHealth Medical Center, course...the expert Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Residency, University of Maryland School Cleveland, OH. Lecture: Pregnancy and University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. of Medicine, Baltimore, MD. Lectures: Urogenital Disorders speakers are all Lecture: Pediatric Medical Illnesses II Pediatric Medical Illnesses I Scott Polsky, MD, FACEP excellent educators! Fred Hustey, MD, FACEP Sharon Mace, MD, FAAP, FACEP Medical Director, Albermarle Health, Staff Physician, The Cleveland Clinic; Professor, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College Elizabeth City, NC. Lectures: Hand - 2011 attendee Assistant Professor, The Cleveland Clinic of Medicine at Case Western Reserve Injuries, Psychobehavioral Disorders Lerner College of Medicine, Cleveland, University, Cleveland, OH. Lectures: John Queen, MD, FACEP OH. Lectures: Endocrine, Metabolic and Pediatric Medical Illnesses I, Oncologic Assistant Residency Director, Cleveland Nutritional Disorders I II Emergencies Clinic Lerner College of Medicine;James Augustine, MD, FACEP Timothy Janz, MD, FACEP, FCCP Joseph Martinez, MD, FACEP, FAAEM Attending Physician, Cleveland Clinic,Director of Clinical Operations, EMP, Critical Care Director, Wright State Assistant Professor of Emergency Cleveland, OH. Lectures: Endocrine,Canton, OH; Associate Clinical Professor, University; Professor, Emergency Medicine; Assistant Dean for Student Metabolic Nutritional Disorders I IIWright State University Dept. of Medicine, Wright State University School Affairs, University of Maryland SchoolEmergency Medicine, Dayton, OH; Board Victoria Romaniuk, MD of Medicine, Dayton, OH. Lectures: of Medicine, Baltimore, MD. Lectures:of Commissions, The Joint Commission. Teaching Academic Fellow, Instructor, Clinical Pharmacology I II Abdominal Gastrointestinal DisordersLecture: EMS, ED Admin Patient Safety Emergency Medicine, University of I II, Ocular Emergencies, Fast Facts Colin Kaide, MD, FACEP, FAAEM Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore,Brian Browne, MD, FACEP GI/OB-GYN Essentials Associate Professor of Emergency MD. Lecture: Ocular EmergenciesProfessor of Emergency Medicine; Chair, Medicine and Attending Physician of Amal Mattu, MD, FACEPDept. of Emergency Medicine, University Laura Sells, MD, FAAP, FACEP Emergency Medicine and Hyperbaric Professor and Vice Chair of Emergencyof Maryland School of Medicine, Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Medicine, The Ohio State University Medicine, University of Maryland SchoolBaltimore, MD. Lectures: Cutaneous University of Utah School of Medicine, Medical Center, Columbus, OH. of Medicine, Baltimore, MD. Lectures:Disorders I II Salt Lake City, UT. Lecture: Fast Facts Lectures: Environmental Emergencies Cardiovascular Disorders I - IV, ECG Pediatric ReviewKen Butler, DO, FACEP I II, Hematologic Disorders, Renal/GU Review, Geriatrics, Nervous SystemAssociate Professor of Emergency Emergencies Disorders Jerry Tasset, MD, PhD, FACEPMedicine, Associate Residency Director, Chief Clinical Officer, Premier Physician Randall King, MD, FACEP Michael McCrea, MD, FAAEM, FACEPUniversity of Maryland School of Services, Dayton, OH. Lectures: Associate Chairman, Emergency/ Emergency Physician, Mercy St. VincentMedicine, Baltimore, MD. Lectures: Pelvic, Toxicologic Emergencies I – III, Trauma Dept., Emergency Medicine Medical Center, Toledo, OH. Lecture: FastBack Lower Extremity Musculoskeletal Toxicologic Rapid Review Residency Director, Mercy St. Vincent Facts Toxicology EssentialsInjuries, Fast Facts Cardiology Pearls, Medical Center, Toledo, OH. Lectures: Nicole Wallis, MDOrthopedic Critical Facts, Respiratory/ David Miramontes, MD, FACEP Orientation, Traumatic Disorders C-Spine, Staff, Dept. of Emergency Medicine,Neurology Pearls Medical Director, D.C. Fire EMS, Musculoskeletal Illnesses I II, Rapid Section Director of Pediatric Emergency Washington, D.C. Lecture: Fast Facts EMS,Kevin Casey, DO, FACEP Reviews, Fast Facts Reviews Medicine, MetroHealth Medical Center; ED Admin Patient SafetyProgram Director, Emergency Medicine Assistant Professor of Emergency Nicholas Kman, MD, FACEPResidency Associate Medical Director, James Naprawa, MD Medicine, Case Western Reserve Emergency Medicine Clerkship Director,Dept. of Emergency Medicine, Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, University School of Medicine, Cleveland, Assistant Professor of EmergencyConemaugh Memorial Hospital, The Ohio State University College of OH. Lecture: Pediatric Surgical Illnesses Medicine, The Ohio State UniversityJohnstown, PA. Lecture: Fast Facts Medicine; Attending Physician, Section College of Medicine, Columbus, OH; Howard Werman, MD, FACEPTrauma Critical Facts of Emergency Medicine, Nationwide Medical Manager for Ohio Task Force Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH.Paul de Saint Victor, MD, FACEP 1, FEMAN Urban Search and Rescue. The Ohio State University College of Lecture: Pediatric Rapid ReviewChief of Staff Associate Director, Lecture: Environmental Emergencies Medicine; Medical Director, MedFlight ofEmergency Medicine Residency, Mercy I II Kathryn Nuss, MD Ohio, Columbus, OH.St. Vincent Medical Center, Toledo, Associate Director of Emergency Lecture: Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Sheri Knepel, MD, FACEPOH. Lectures: Test Taking Psychology, Medicine, Operations Medical Director, Injuries Assistant Professor of EmergencyThoracic Respiratory Disorders I - III, Associate Trauma Medical Director, Medicine, The Ohio State University Sandra Werner, MD, RDMS, FACEPRapid Reviews, Fast Facts Reviews Emergency Medicine Disaster Officer, College of Medicine, Columbus, OH. Associate Director, Emergency Medicine Hazmat Medical Director, NationwideTravis Eastin, MD Lecture: Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Residency Program, MetroHealth Medical Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH;Assistant Professor, Associate Residency Injuries Center; Assistant Professor, Case Western Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics,Director, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, Reserve School of Medicine, Cleveland, Benjamin Lawner, DO, EMT-P The Ohio State University College ofThe Ohio State University Medical Center, OH. Lectures: Traumatic Disorders, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, Columbus, OH. Lecture:Columbus, OH. Lecture: Fast Facts Renal/ Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine Medicine, University of Maryland School Pediatric Rapid ReviewGU Essentials of Medicine; Deputy EMS MedicalEmile El-Shammaa, MD, FACEP Director, Baltimore City Fire Dept., Michael Omori, MD, FACEPAssistant Professor of Clinical Pediatricsand Emergency Medicine, The Ohio Baltimore, MD. Lectures: Ear, Nose, Throat Dental Disorders, Abdominal Clinical Director, Pediatric Emergency Center, Mercy Children’s Hospital and “My third timeState University College of Medicine; Gastrointestinal Disorders I II Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center; Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of attending - wouldEmergency Physician, NationwideChildren’s Hospital, Columbus, OH. Peter Listerman, MD, FACEP Emergency Physician, Summa Surgery, University of Toledo Medical not go anywhere else Center, Toledo, OH. Lectures: InfectiousLecture: Fast Facts Clinical Procedures Emergency Association, Inc., Akron, OH. Lecture: Fast Facts Environmental Disorders I II for board or general Essentials review!” - 2011 attendee6 Speakers are subject to change without notice at the discretion of Ohio ACEP.
Registration Form Printed Name Nickname Full name including credentials (for CME certificate and name tag) – MD, DO, FACEP, FACEOP Name as you would like it to appear on your name tag Address City State Zip Home Phone ( ) Cell Phone ( ) E-mail Required Taking the course for: When are you taking the test? How did you hear about the course? Certification ConCert: September 10-15, 2012 Brochure Previously Attended Year?__________________ Qualifying: November 12-17, 2012 Ohio ACEP Web site Colleague Recertification I am not taking the exam in 2012 ACEP Web site Residency Program Year?_________________ Other ________________________ EMRA Web site E-mail Received General Review Annals of Emergency Medicine Online Search Journal of Emergency Medicine Other August EMR Course October EMR Course Early Registration Registration Early Registration Registration (by June 4) (June 5 and after) (by Aug 6) (Aug 7 and after) Long Track Course Long Track Course Ohio ACEP Member #____________ $870 $920 Ohio ACEP Member #____________ $870 $920 ACEP Member #_______________ $945 $995 ACEP Member #_______________ $945 $995 Non-ACEP Member $1020 $1070 Non-ACEP Member $1020 $1070 Resident*, PA/Nurse $800 $850 Resident*, PA/Nurse $800 $850 Long Track Fast Facts Course Extras Combined Course - Best Value! Power outlet for your Laptop in lecture hall $50 $75 Ohio ACEP Member #____________ $1150 $1200 eSyllabus on Flash Drive $25 $30 ACEP Member #_______________ $1225 $1275 * Letter from Residency Program Required. Must be a resident or fellow at time of registration. Non-ACEP Member $1300 $1350 Resident*, PA/Nurse $1080 $1130 Refunds made up to 9/24/2012 upon written request less a $150 administrative fee. Fast Facts Fundamentals Course Ohio ACEP Member #____________ $520 $570 Contact Ohio ACEP ACEP Member #_______________ $570 $620 Mail Completed Form to: Non-ACEP Member $645 $695 Ohio ACEP Resident*, PA/Nurse $450 $500 3510 Snouffer Rd, Suite 100 Columbus, OH 43235 Course Extras Power outlet for your Laptop in lecture hall $50 $75 Phone: (614) 792-6506 eSyllabus on Flash Drive $25 $30 Toll Free: (888) 642-2374 Fax: (614) 792-6508 LLSA Fast Track Review Course E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Saturday, August 25, 2012 Web site: www.ohacep.org $150 One Year 2010 2011 2012 $275 Two Years 2010 2011 2012 Ohio ACEP will e-mail a confirmation of registration to all participants. Check here if you prefer to receive the confirmation by US mail. $400 Three Years (2010, 2011 2012) * Letter from Residency Program Required. Must be a resident or fellow at time of registration. Register Online: www.ohacep.org/emergencymedicinereview Refunds made up to 7/30/2012 upon written request less a $150 administrative fee.Select Payment Method Visa Mastercard AMEX Check (Payable to Ohio ACEP)Name on CardCard # Exp Date Security CodeRegistrations must be accompanied by full payment.
Ohio ACEP Emergency Medicine Review CourseEMR Long Track Course why “Now I understand 2012 Emergency Medicine Review Course August 20-24, 2012 everyone takes this course; - Details Registration Information Inside - October 22-26, 2012 and a engaging speakers Plan to attend this nationally-acclaimed EmergencyEMR Fast Facts review! This focused EM Medicine Review Course! was the perfect prep to passFundamentals Course Three course options available for your convenience! the exam. 2012 August 25-27, Nationally known faculty provide in-depth reviews of – Linda Lawrence, MD, FACEP targeted areas and insight into clinical controversies. Past ACEP President Since 1984 over 10,000 physicians have succeeded with our course! www.ohacep.org/emergencymedicinereview www.ohacep.org/emergencymedicinereview Visit us online! – Dr. Amal Mattu to passing the exam.” chance when it comes leaves nothing to and complete course, rates! the most thorough registration of early bird advantage “The Gold Standard... Take Ohio ACEP - Your Essential Resource for Emergency Medicine Review Columbus, OH 43235 3510 Snouffer Rd, Suite 100 Ohio ACEP