"This conference does a great job combining the practical approach to common things you see all the time with a look at what is new in PEM - the hot topics, new approaches and cutting edge research that every EM practitioner who cares for children should know about."
Pediatric Patients in the ED Present Unique challenges with Their Own Specific Set of Solutions
The 2013 Advanced Pediatric Emergency Medicine Assembly was a huge success, and we can't wait for next year! Thank you to the American Academy of Pediatrics who helped make this year's event a pediatric emergency medicine educational experience like none other.
We’re already getting together some well-known names in pediatrics and emergency medicine to present you with the latest scientific advances and literature for 2014. So get into a New York State of mind and plan on joining us March 18-20, 2014!
Whether you want to brush up on your pediatric emergency medicine skills or you want to take your dual-boarded training to the next level, the 2014 Advanced Pediatric Emergency Medicine Assembly will offer a wide range of valuable content.
- Receive clinical updates that offer the latest scientific advances
- Scan recent literature for evidence-based diagnosis and management tools
- Learn from the most respected names in pediatric emergency medicine
- Gain confidence to make difficult situations less stressful
- Enhance your ability to treat even the most complicated patient
2014 Conference Topics
Complete course descriptions and faculty information for the 2014 conference will be updated soon.
• Myths in Wound Care
• Fever: Time to Abandon Risk Stratification?
• Challenging Cases in Visual Diagnosis
• Pediatric Emergency Medical Literature: The Year In Review
• Critical Findings in Pediatric Radiology: Part One and Two
• The Newest Drugs of Abuse: Ever Changing Ever Challenging
• EMS for Children Program: 30 Years of Advocacy
• Masters of Pediatric EM Expert Panel: Resuscitation Controversies
• Morsels and More: Online Educational Tools
• Ketamine Analgesia: New Use for an Old Drug?
• Pediatric ECGs
• Post-op Heart: When to Worry
• Black Box Drugs and other Controversies: Reality of Use in the ED
• Up the Nose: Not Only for Fingers and Foreign Bodies - Intranasal Medication Applications in Pediatric EM
• I Didn’t Get That: Handoffs in the Pediatric ED
• Sleeping with the Enemy? Expectations and Reality in Imaging Children in the Emergency Setting
• Use of Oxygen in Pediatric Resuscitation: Too Much Can be a Bad Thing
• ALTE Update: Common Sense Approach to the Latest Clinical Decision Rules
• Controversies in the Management of Pneumonia in Children
• Management of the Difficult Airway in Children: Latest Gadgets and Tricks of the Trade
• Using Capnography in Pediatric Emergency Patients: Traditional and Nontraditional Uses of ETCO2
• New Approach to Teenaged Gynecology
• Health Policy: Let’s Not Forget the Children
• Keeping your ED Out of the Courtroom: The Medical Legal World of Pediatric EM