Kenji Inaba, the world’s friendliest trauma surgeon. He’s the surgeon you wish you could call up during a shift with all of your questions. While we can’t give you his cell phone number, we can do the next best thing: have him answer your clinical questions. Take, for instance, his talk last year on permissive hypotension and what is the “goal” systolic blood pressure in bleeding penetrating trauma patients:
Want more? This year, Kenji addresses even more trauma conundrums, from choosing between sutures versus staples to reviewing critical trauma M&M cases. Register today before the $50 Early Bird discount expires on April 1st and guarantee a seat to the EM educational event of the year. Get the answers you want, from the experts you trust.
Wish you could make it but your schedule’s too busy? Sign up for the Digital Package to watch the same great content anywhere, anytime.
Secure your spot in the world’s largest single-track EM education conference. What does that mean for you? It means not stressing about which lecture to be in and at what time. It means not having to run through gigantic convention centers searching for some obscure room. EEM 2016 is all located in one amazing theater. Just grab a seat, relax, and enjoy the show. You never have to worry about missing any high-yield lectures, like this snippet from Billy Mallon last year, going over special x-ray views to detect occult injuries:
Rather stay home? Our Digital Package is a great way to enjoy the conference. Watch the show from anywhere you have internet access! Join us in the online chat room to get your questions answered by the EEM faculty, win some prizes, and meet new friends from around the world. The Digital Package brings the conference experience to you. If you miss part of the day, don’t worry. The replay of the day’s events is available that same evening.
With either type of registration, you get lifetime access to the mastered HD videos and over 30 hours of CME.
Your $50 Early Bird discount expires April 1st, so what are you waiting for?
Last week, we had the pleasure of announcing the EEM 2016 education fellows. This week, we’re excited to highlight their work!
Delphine Huang presents a great multimedia post on pediatric concussions and guidelines on Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM)
Ross Cohen presents quite the memorable 1-minute video on bougie-assisted cricothyrotomy on EMCrit
Lorne Costello presents an awesome case-based presentation on pacemakers and complications on CanadiEM
Special thanks to Michelle Lin from ALiEM, Scott Weingart from EMCrit, Brent Thoma from CanadiEM, and Ken Milne from The Skeptics’ Guide to Emergency Medicine for hosting our international competition.
Spread the social media love to congratulate these amazing EM residents! And, remember to sign up for the amazing Essentials of Emergency Medicine 2016 conference before the Early Bird Discount ends on April 1st.
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