Emergency Medicine Board Review Intensive for Qualifying & ConCert Exams
SPONSORED BY Illinois college of emergency physicians & AMERICAN COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY PHYSICIANSpowerful tools to pass your Boards. 4 focused days. Intensive for ConCert & Qualifying Exam Prep2012 august 14-172012 ICEP Conference Center, Downers Grove, IL October 16-19 get ready with the best. 888.495.ICEP 630.495.6400 email@example.com Helping emergency physicians pass their Boards since 1985.
IntensiveICEP’s popular course – Revised and ready to help you pass.EM Board Review Intensive • More Board-style questions integrated into lecturesmeets the needs of emergency phy-sicians preparing for the qualifying for a targeted, more effective reviewor ConCert exam. • Supplemental question review sessions each morning —Objective: Demonstrate cogni- extra practice on what you need the mosttive expertise on topics from the“The Model of the Clinical Prac- • NEW! Pass Guarantee* for first-time exam takers in 2012tice of Emergency Medicine” and (*conditions apply - see back page for details)preparation sufficient to pass the • Comprehensive review materials, including exclusiveQualifying and ConCert Examina-tion administered by the American online question bank for self-study, detailed eSyllabus andBoard of Emergency Medicine. Study Pearls audio CD set for review-on-the-goBring your laptop to the course to • Expert faculty covering all of the major conceptstake full advantage of all of ICEP’scourse materials, including the included on the exams in a concise, 4-day programeSyllabus on a flash drive and theSelf-Study Online question bank. Here’s what you’ll get with course registration: question-based review sessions • daily photo quizzes • exam taking tips • MORE: eSyllabus on flash drive Self-Study Online Question Study Pearls for EM Board The comprehensive yet portable Bank Access Review Audio CDs eSyllabus includes detailed outlines, ICEP’s exclusive online review ADDED BENEFIT FOR PARTICIPANTS! key-points “pearls,” and refer- program features 650+ visual The 3-volume audio CD set of 550+ ences for all course lectures in a stimuli-based questions on EKGs, question-and-answer Pearls brings fully searchable format that allows X-rays, infectious disease, EENT, der- you 6 hours of on-the-go review and you to take notes directly onto the matology, trauma, and more. Course Board prep that mirrors the content flash drive as you go along. You get registration includes 90 days of ac- emphasis of ABEM’s qualifying exam. 1,000+ pages of material plus your cess, allowing you to review when- Compatible with computers, iPods own notes from the course ... all on ever, from anywhere with Internet. and traditional audio CD players, a device that fits in your pocket for Plus, earn 27 AMA PRA Category 1 the CD program also offers 6 AMA convenience and accessibility. Credits™! PRA Category 1 Credits™. perfect for intensify your review with Webcasts optional syllabus book set for purchase ConCert prep! Still want more? Upgrade your If you’d rather take notes with pen Don’t overlook EM Board Review course experience to include ac- and paper, opt to purchase the course Intensive when you’re looking for cess to course lectures Webcasts. syllabus in printed form. The 2-volume Go over the pertinent points, clar- softcover syllabus book set is avail- ConCert exam review — more than ify a complicated topic, or pick up able for $145. Syllabus book sets 30% of our participants come to information you missed live. The include identical content to the eSyl- prepare for their recertification Webcasts package is available to labus and are organized according exams. Make sure to sign up for course registrants for just $99 — a to the course schedule to make it easy the August course in anticipation of $400 discount! (Note: Course registrants to follow along. Books will be picked ABEM’s ConCert exam dates. are not eligible to claim CME from Webcasts.) up on-site at course registration.
*Schedule subject to change without notice at ICEP’s discretion Course Agendaday 1: day 2: day 3: day 4:cardiology topics pediatric topics trauma topics miscellaneousRegistration: 7:00 AM Registration: 7:00 AM Registration: 7:00 AM topicsFirst Lecture Starts: 7:45 AM Question Review: 7:15 AM Question Review: 7:15 AM Registration: 7:00 AMLast Lecture Concludes: 5:40 PM First Lecture Starts: 8:00 AM First Lecture Starts: 8:00 AM Question Review: 7:15 AM Last Lecture Concludes: 4:55 PM Last Lecture Concludes: 5:20 PM First Lecture Starts: 8:00 AMNeurological Emergencies Last Lecture Concludes: 4:15 PMHenry Pitzele, MD, FACEP Tips for Success on the Quali- Head Injury/C-spine/SpinalJesse Brown VA Medical Center, fying and ConCert Exams Cord Trauma Chicago Pulmonary Emergencies Deborah E. Weber, MD, FACEP Scott Heinrich, MD, FACEP Mercy Hospital and Medical Matthew Jordan, MD, FACEP Emergency Medicine Author, RiverwoodsEndocarditis/Pericarditis/ Center, Chicago Resurrection Medical Center, ChicagoMyocarditis/Valvular Disease Pediatric GI Emergencies Amy Archer Uyenishi, MD, FACEP Airway/Maxillofacial/ Environmental Emergencies David Bordo, MD, FACEPAdvocate Lutheran General Hospital, Penetrating Neck Trauma Jay Sharp, MD, FACEP Our Lady of the ResurrectionPark Ridge Medical Center, Chicago Resurrection Medical Center, Chicago Michael Schindlbeck, MD, FACEP John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital ofPulmonary Embolism/Aortic Pediatrics I Cook County, Chicago Gynecological/ObstetricalDissection/AAA John Piotrowski, MD, FACEP EmergenciesJon Olsen, MD, FACEP Advocate Condell Medical Center, Thoracic/Abdominal Trauma Collette Wyte, MD, FACEPAdvocate Lutheran General Hospital, Libertyville Dr. Schindlbeck Oakland University, William BeaumontPark Ridge School of Medicine, Royal Oak, Michigan Pediatrics II Hand and Wrist Injuries Hematology/Oncology Scott Sherman, MD EENT/Ophthalmologic Nicole Colucci, DO, FAAPDr. Olsen Resurrection Medical Center, Chicago John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Emergencies Cook County, Chicago Marc Dorfman, MD, FACEP, MACPCHF/Hypertension/PVD Pediatric Orthopedics Resurrection Medical Center, ChicagoJohn W. Hafner Jr., MD, FACEP Upper & Lower Extremity T.J. Rittenberry, MD, FACEPOSF Saint Francis Medical Center, Peoria Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Trauma GI Emergencies Center, Chicago Wesley Eilbert, MD, FACEP Brian Donahue, MD, FACEPUltrasound Review University of Illinois Hospital and Resurrection Medical Center, ChicagoRobert P. Rifenburg, DO, RDMS, CVA and Seizures Health Sciences System, ChicagoFACEP Infectious Disease E. Bradshaw Bunney, MD, FACEPResurrection Medical Center, Chicago University of Illinois Hospital and Urology/GU Trauma Ryan Greene, MD, FACEP Health Sciences System, Chicago Chad Kessler, MD, FACEP Advocate Lutheran General Hospital,Acute Coronary Syndromes Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, Park RidgeDr. Pitzele Psychiatric Emergencies Chicago Dr. BunneyCardiac Arrhythmia Dermatology the conference hotelCarissa Tyo, MD Toxicology Carl Ferraro, MD, FACEPUniversity of Illinois Hospital and Health Trevonne Thompson, MD, FACEP Mercy Hospital and Medical Doubletree Guest SuitesSciences System, Chicago University of Illinois Hospital and Center, Chicago Chicago/Downers GroveMedical Legal Health Sciences System, Chicago Phone: 630-971-2000 Endocrine Emergencies William Sullivan, DO, JD, FACEP Dr. Ferraro or 800-222-8733St. Margaret’s Hospital, Spring Valley The Doubletree Guest Suites Chi- cago/Downers Grove is conve- niently located just across the streetmore options for board exam review & prep within walking distance of the ICEP Conference Center. The ICEP room rate of $126/night includes a buf- fet breakfast for up to 2 adults per u room per day and complimentary wireless Internet access in the guest EM BOARD REVIEW WEBCASTS: room. An upgrade rate, which also includes access to the Concierge Your flexible online study solution. u Review online ... anytime — SAVE travel LLSA Article Review Level, is $156/night. Request the ICEP corporate rate when making time and expenses! Stay for EM4LIFE on Saturday, August 18 reservations by phone, or book u 4 powerful options: Customize a review for an 8-hour course that summarizes pearls online at ICEP.org/doubletree. to your schedule and budget of the 2011 required LLSA articles. Take Course registration includes light Find out more: ICEP.org/webcasts ABEM’s LLSA exam onsite at the course! breakfast, lunch, and refreshment breaks as well as access to ICEP’s Find out more: ICEP.org/EM4LIFE WiFi network during the course.
illinois college of emergency physicians 3000 Woodcreek Drive, Suite 200 Downers Grove, IL 60515 phone: 630.495.6400 / 888.495.4237 fax: 630.495.6404Illinois College of Emergency Physicians cme statement These activities have been planned and2012 EMERGENCY MEDICINE BOARD REVIEW Intensive implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies for the Accreditation Council of Continuing Medical Education through jointget ready. get registered. ICEP.org sponsorship of ACEP and the Illinois College of Emergency Physicians. The American College of Emergency Physicians is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.WHICH COURSE DATE? August 14-17 October 16-19 Live Activity Emergency Medicine Board Review Intensive: The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this live4-Day Course Early Registration Regular Registration activity for a maximum of 32 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physi-(Early Registration Deadline: July 16 for August course; September 10 for October course) cians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. ACEP Member $775 $875 Enduring Material Activity Non-ACEP Physician $875 $975 Emergency Medicine Board Review Intensive Self-Study Online: The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this endur- Resident*/Nurse/PA $475 $550 ing material for a maximum of 27 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent Rookie Discount: $25 off 4-day registration for 2012 residency grads*! *Proof of residency or of their participation in the activity. graduation requiredSingle Day Registrations - $225 per day Study Pearls for Emergency Medicine Board Review: The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this endur- 1: Cardiology 2: Pediatric 3: Trauma 4: Miscellaneous Day Day Day Day ing material for a maximum of 6 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extentExtras of their participation in the activity. Syllabus Book Set - $145 Webcasts Upgrade (No additional CME) - $99 Approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for 32 hours of ACEP Category I credit for the Emergency Medicine BoardAdd on LLSA Review with EM4LIFE at EM Board Review Intensive Review Intensive course, 27 hours of ACEP Category I credit for Emergency Medicine Board Review Intensive Self-Study Online, and 2011 LLSA Article Review Course - Saturday, August 18 *Special rates for EM Board 6 hours of ACEP Category I credit for Study Pearls for Emergency Medicine Board Review. Select: ACEP Member - $350 Non-ACEP Physician- $390 Review Intensive attendees CME credit has been requested from the American Academy of Fam- ily Physicians (AAFP) and American Osteopathic Association (AOA).Total Registration Fee: $ _________________ EM Board Review Intensive provides 5 hours of pediatric topics that can be used in hospitals recognized in Illinois as a Pediatric Critical Care Center (PCCC), Emergency Departments Approved forPayment Options Pediatrics (EDAP) and Standby Emergency Departments approved for Pediatrics (SEDP). Check (made payable to ICEP) VISA MasterCard Discover AmEx EM Board Review Intensive provides 7.5 hours of trauma topics that fulfill requirements set by the Illinois Emergency Medical Servicesaccount number: ____________________________________________________ exp. date: __________ and Trauma code. Physician Assistants: PAs may submit 32 Category I credits as this course is accredited by ACCME. registrant information Please print. Nurses: The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Certification will accept CME credit for 50 percent of a registered Name: ______________________________________________________________ nurse’s certification requirements. ANCC does not recognize a con- version but considers one CME hours to be one nursing contact hour. Credentials (please circle): MD DO FACEP PA RN APN The State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation will accept CME credits toward the 20 hours of continuing Home Address: _______________________________________________________ education credit required per 2-year nursing license renewal cycle. Pass Guarantee ICEP’s Pass Guarantee is applicable to City: _________________________________ State: _________ Zip: ___________ first-time Qualifying or ConCert Exam takers only. Must take 2012 ABEM Qualifying or ConCert Examination. If you meet these require- ments and do not pass your exam, you may take ICEP’s 2013 EM Board Review Intensive course at no charge. Photocopy of original Preferred Phone: _____________________________________________________ exam failure notice must be submitted to be eligible. E-mail Address: _______________________________________________________ cancellations A refund, minus a $75 processing fee, will be granted only if cancellation is received at least 30 days prior to the start date of the course.