PEDIATRIC READINESS: Prepare Yourself Before They Arrive - Streaming Video
More than 80% of children seek care in general emergency or urgent care centers and not in children’s hospitals.
Despite being the first stop for pediatric emergencies, many front line clinicians feel less confident in their management of pediatric emergencies compared to older patients. This course will improve your clinical and procedural competence in the highest risk pediatric scenarios through concise case-based lectures led by experts in Pediatric Emergency Medicine who appreciate and are committed to the care being provided outside the children's hospital.
Lectures are case-based interactive presentations of the highest risk pediatric scenarios. All sessions are taught by highly experienced and engaging pediatric emergency medicine faculty from a level-1 trauma academic children’s emergency department.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Katherine (Kate) Remick, MD, FAAP, FACEP
Dr. Kate Remick, MD is one of the Executive Leads for the EMS for Children Innovation and Improvement Center, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin, Medical Director for San Marcos Hays County EMS and Associate Medical Director for Austin/Travis County EMS System.
She has lectured at the state and national level on a variety of topics related to pediatric emergency care and pediatric quality improvement across the emergency care continuum. Over the last decade she has served as one of the primary leads for the National Pediatric Readiness Project, a joint national quality improvement effort to ensure that all emergency departments, including those in rural or remote areas, are ready to meet the needs of critically ill and injured children.
General emergency medicine physicians, APPs, family practice physicians, pediatricians and urgent care providers who regularly see or want to be ready to see children and therefore desire to improve their comfort level and the care they provide sicker children.
Review the most common and highest risk pediatric emergency conditions encountered in emergency department and urgent care settings
Reinforce long term memory of best practices in providers that care for rare yet critical pediatric scenarios through the use of multimedia, purposeful redundancy, case-based interactive presentations and other experiential learning methods.
The Center for Emergency Medical Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Center for Emergency Medical Education designates this enduring activity for a maximum of 7.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
- 7.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
- 7.50 AOA Category 2A
- 7.50 Certificate of Participation