CME Courses by State

There are 79 courses that match state and facility CME requirements.

To help you maximize your time during ACEP17, we've listed here the requirements and corresponding courses. You can also find these online through the course selection tool. If you're not sure about your state's requirement, or don't see your state listed, check out our comprehensive CME Requirements by State.

CA

California

CT

Connecticut

DC

District of Columbia

FL

Florida

IA

Iowa

KY

Kentucky

MA

Massachusetts

NV

Nevada

NJ

New Jersey

NY

New York

OK

Oklahoma

OR

Oregon

PA

Pennsylvania

RI

Rhode Island

TN

Tennessee

TX

Texas

VT

Vermont

WV

West Virginia

Other Hospital CME Requirements

CACalifornia

End-of-Life Care

  • SU-042 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With “Time of Death”

Geriatrics

  • MO-118 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Geriatrics
  • MO-155 Pandora’s Pill Box: Polypharmacy in the Elderly Patient
 

Pain Management

  • SU-019 Nontraumatic Back Pain: Reasons Why It Should Tighten Your Sphincter
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-231 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-261 Orthopedic Reductions and Regional Blocks
  • TU-264 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • WE-267 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • WE-283 Integration of Pharmacologic & Non-Pharmacologic Techniques to Enhance Pediatric Minor Procedures
  • WE-290 Traumacology: Drugs for the Trauma Bay
  • WE-292 Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional Blocks
  • WE-310 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
 
 

CTConnecticut

Behavioral Health

  • SU-046 ACEP Connect: Mental Health Patients in Your Department
  • SU-069 Cool, Calm and Collected in Chaos: How Learned Psychological Skills Enhance Performance Under Pressure
  • MO-131 This Boarding is Crazy: What to Do With Mental Health Boarders in Your Department
  • TU-214 Overcoming Cognitive Blind Spots to Improve Outcomes (James D. Mills, Jr. Memorial Lecture)
  • TU-232 Protect that Airway! The Perils of Intubating and Sedating a Critically Ill Patient

Cultural Competency

  • SU-009 SEX! And the Role of Gender in Detection and Management of ACS
  • MO-160 Above Us Only Sky: Exploring Transitions, Challenges, and Strategies of Women in Leadership Roles
  • TU-214 Overcoming Cognitive Blind Spots to Improve Outcomes (James D. Mills, Jr. Memorial Lecture)

Domestic Violence

  • WE-306 Sensitive Situations: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Victims of Human Trafficking

Infectious Disease

  • MO-129 Emerging Infections: Zika and Its Friends
  • MO-145 Staying Cool With Pediatric Fever
  • MO-154 Infections With Deadly Consequences
  • TU-174 Cruising the Infectious Disease Literature
  • TU-204 FAST FACTS: High Yield Infectious Disease
  • TU-241 ID Cases: Bad Outcomes
  • WE-266 Catastrophes In Lupus Patients - Watch out!
  • WE-274 DOA PDQ: Rapidly Fatal Infections
  • WE-286 Mission Impossible? Maximize CMS Sepsis Core Measure Compliance and Patient Centered Outcomes
  • WE-291 Antibiotic Update
  • WE-311 HIV and Fever: Easy as 1, 2, 3 in the ED
 

Risk Management

  • SU-023 Guaranteed to Make You Laugh and Cry: Avoid Being Hung Out to Dry for HR, Online, and Social Missteps
  • SU-054 High-Risk Cases in EM: Selected Topics
  • MO-077 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-091 Advanced Practice Providers: Safe Supervision in the ED
  • MO-117 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology
  • MO-118 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Geriatrics
  • MO-133 High-Risk Cases in EM: Popular Topics
  • MO-166 Black Box Drugs We Still Use – What’s the Risk?
  • TU-192 GOTCHA! The Medical Chart: Anticipating the Lawyer’s Review
  • TU-198 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • WE-268 Understanding “The Standard of Care”
  • WE-284 Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the ED
  • WE-300 Can I Get a Witness? Tricks and Tips for Being an Effective Witness

Sexual Abuse

  • SU-017 Subtle Signs of Abuse: It's Not All About Bruises
  • WE-306 Sensitive Situations: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Victims of Human Trafficking
 

DCDistrict of Columbia

HIV/Aids

  • WE-311 HIV and Fever: Easy as 1, 2, 3 in the ED
 

FLFlorida

Controlled Substances

  • MO-092 Emergency Toxicology - Emerging Trends: Cases in Poisoning Management
  • MO-098 Taming the Beast: Alcohol Withdrawal
  • MO-119 FAST FACTS: High-Yield Toxicology
  • MO-125 Poisoned and Bizarre! ECGs in Toxicologic Emergencies
  • MO-137 Alcoholism and Drug Addiction in the House of Medicine
  • MO-167 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-200 FAST FACTS: Sports Medicine
  • TU-202 Critical Update in Toxicology 2017
  • WE-296 Popping, Shooting, Snorting, and Huffing: Dermatologic Clues of Drug Abuse

Domestic Violence

  • WE-306 Sensitive Situations: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Victims of Human Trafficking

Error Prevention

  • SU-010 Been There, but Hope to Never Do That Again: Averting Common Airway Errors
  • MO-077 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-117 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology
  • TU-198 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • TU-216 Ten Fatal Imaging Myths That Should Change Your Practice
  • WE-276 Orthopedic Pearls and Pitfalls
  • WE-284 Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the ED
  • WE-305 Master Clinician Series: The Rapid, High-Yield Ortho Exam in the ED
  • WE-315 Eliminating Mental Mistakes in the ED: The Five Step Approach
 

Ethics

  • SU-014 Procedural Ultrasound
  • SU-023 Guaranteed to Make You Laugh and Cry: Avoid Being Hung Out to Dry for HR, Online, and Social Missteps
  • SU-037 ACEP Connect: The Heart of the Matter - Risk Stratification Tools, Cardiac Imaging, and Latest Treatments
  • SU-053 The High-Risk Abdomen: Common Complaints and Crashing Patients
  • SU-054 High-Risk Cases in EM: Selected Topics
  • MO-117 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology
  • MO-118 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-133 High-Risk Cases in EM: Popular Topics
  • MO-148 Resolving Tensions Between Personal Ethics and Institutional Mandates
  • TU-198 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • WE-284 Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the ED
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With "Time of Death"

HIV/AIDS

  • WE-311 HIV and Fever: Easy as 1, 2, 3 in the ED
 

IAIowa

Chronic Pain Management and End-of-Life Care

  • SU-019 Nontraumatic Back Pain: Reasons Why It Should Tighten Your Sphincter
  • SU-042 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-231 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-261 Orthopedic Reductions and Regional Blocks
  • TU-264 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • WE-267 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • WE-283 Integration of Pharmacologic & Non-Pharmacologic Techniques to Enhance Pediatric Minor Procedures
  • WE-290 Traumacology: Drugs for the Trauma Bay
  • WE-292 Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional Blocks
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With “Time of Death”
  • WE-310 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
 

General Abuse, Child Abuse, Sexual Abuse

  • SU-017 Subtle Signs of Abuse: It’s Not All About Bruises
  • SU-034 ALTE/BRUE: Can This Kid Go Home?
  • MO-098 Taming the Beast: Alcohol Withdrawal
  • MO-167 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • TU-200 FAST FACTS: Sports Medicine
  • WE-296 Popping, Shooting, Snorting, and Huffing: Dermatologic Clues of Drug Abuse
 

KYKentucky

Domestic Violence

  • WE-306 Sensitive Situations: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Victims of Human Trafficking
 

HIV/AIDS

  • WE-311 HIV and Fever: Easy as 1, 2, 3 in the ED
 

MAMassachusetts

EHR (EMR)

  • MO-147 Innovative Strategies to Optimize Your Emergency Department’s Flow
  • TU-192 GOTCHA! The Medical Chart: Anticipating the Lawyer’s Review
  • TU-236 RVU Killers: The Most Common Reimbursement Documentation Errors
  • WE-297 Five Tips to Work Smarter in Your ED Using HER

End-of-Life Care

  • SU-042 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With “Time of Death”

Pain Management

  • SU-019 Nontraumatic Back Pain: Reasons Why It Should Tighten Your Sphincter
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-231 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-261 Orthopedic Reductions and Regional Blocks
  • TU-264 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • WE-267 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • WE-283 Integration of Pharmacologic & Non-Pharmacologic Techniques to Enhance Pediatric Minor Procedures
  • WE-290 Traumacology: Drugs for the Trauma Bay
  • WE-292 Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional Blocks
  • WE-310 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
 

Risk Management

  • SU-023 Guaranteed to Make You Laugh and Cry: Avoid Being Hung Out to Dry for HR, Online, and Social Missteps
  • SU-054 High-Risk Cases in EM: Selected Topics
  • MO-077 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-091 Advanced Practice Providers: Safe Supervision in the ED
  • MO-117 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology
  • MO-118 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Geriatrics
  • MO-133 High-Risk Cases in EM: Popular Topics
  • MO-166 Black Box Drugs We Still Use – What’s the Risk?
  • TU-192 GOTCHA! The Medical Chart: Anticipating the Lawyer’s Review
  • TU-198 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • WE-268 Understanding “The Standard of Care”
  • WE-284 Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the ED
  • WE-300 Can I Get a Witness? Tricks and Tips for Being an Effective Witness
 

NVNevada

Ethics

  • SU-014 Procedural Ultrasound
  • SU-023 Guaranteed to Make You Laugh and Cry: Avoid Being Hung Out to Dry for HR, Online, and Social Missteps
  • SU-037 ACEP Connect: The Heart of the Matter - Risk Stratification Tools, Cardiac Imaging, and Latest Treatments
  • SU-053 The High-Risk Abdomen: Common Complaints and Crashing Patients
  • SU-054 High-Risk Cases in EM: Selected Topics
  • MO-117 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology
  • MO-118 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-133 High-Risk Cases in EM: Popular Topics
  • MO-148 Resolving Tensions Between Personal Ethics and Institutional Mandates
  • TU-198 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • WE-284 Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the ED
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With "Time of Death"
 
 

NJNew Jersey

Cultural Competency

  • SU-009 SEX! And the Role of Gender in Detection and Management of ACS
  • MO-160 Above Us Only Sky: Exploring Transitions, Challenges, and Strategies of Women in Leadership Roles
  • TU-214 Overcoming Cognitive Blind Spots to Improve Outcomes (James D. Mills, Jr. Memorial Lecture)
 

End-of-Life Care

  • SU-042 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With “Time of Death”
 

NYNew York

Child Abuse

  • SU-017 Subtle Signs of Abuse: It’s Not All About Bruises
  • SU-034 ALTE/BRUE: Can This Kid Go Home?
 

Infection Control

  • MO-145 Staying Cool With Pediatric Fever
  • MO-154 Infections With Deadly Consequences
  • TU-242 Hand Revealed
  • WE-274 DOA PDQ: Rapidly Fatal Infections
  • WE-282 FAST FACTS: High-Yield Dermatology
 

OKOklahoma

Controlled Substances

  • MO-092 Emergency Toxicology - Emerging Trends: Cases in Poisoning Management
  • MO-098 Taming the Beast: Alcohol Withdrawal
  • MO-119 FAST FACTS: High-Yield Toxicology
  • MO-125 Poisoned and Bizarre! ECGs in Toxicologic Emergencies
  • MO-137 Alcoholism and Drug Addiction in the House of Medicine
  • MO-167 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-200 FAST FACTS: Sports Medicine
  • TU-202 Critical Update in Toxicology 2017
  • WE-296 Popping, Shooting, Snorting, and Huffing: Dermatologic Clues of Drug Abuse
 
 

OROregon

Pain Management and End-of-Life Care

  • SU-042 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice
  • SU-019 Nontraumatic Back Pain: Reasons Why It Should Tighten Your Sphincter
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-231 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-261 Orthopedic Reductions and Regional Blocks
  • TU-264 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • WE-267 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • WE-283 Integration of Pharmacologic & Non-Pharmacologic Techniques to Enhance Pediatric Minor Procedures
  • WE-290 Traumacology: Drugs for the Trauma Bay
  • WE-292 Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional Blocks
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With “Time of Death”
  • WE-310 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
 
 

PAPennsylvania

Child Abuse

  • SU-017 Subtle Signs of Abuse: It’s Not All About Bruises
  • SU-034 ALTE/BRUE: Can This Kid Go Home?

Risk Management and Patient Safety

  • SU-023 Guaranteed to Make You Laugh and Cry: Avoid Being Hung Out to Dry for HR, Online, and Social Missteps
  • SU-038 Improving the Patient AND the Clinician ED Experience!
  • SU-040 The Modern Systems-Based Adverse Event Review: Tools From the Experts for Improving Safety
  • SU-054 High-Risk Cases in EM: Selected Topics
  • MO-077 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-091 Advanced Practice Providers: Safe Supervision in the ED
  • MO-117 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology
  • MO-118 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Geriatrics
  • MO-126 Too Hot to Handle! Resuscitation and Management of the Critical Burn Patient
  • MO-133 High-Risk Cases in EM: Popular Topics
  • MO-166 Black Box Drugs We Still Use – What’s the Risk?
  • TU-192 GOTCHA! The Medical Chart: Anticipating the Lawyer’s Review
  • TU-198 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • TU-213 Maintaining Your ABEM Certification: Review of 2017 Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment Articles
  • TU-243 Maintaining Your ABEM Certification: Review of the Patient Safety Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment Articles
  • WE-268 Understanding “The Standard of Care”
  • WE-269 Cruising the Literature: Cardiology 2017
  • WE-281 Why ‘What Do You Mean Dizzy?’ Should Not Be the First Question You Ask of a Dizzy Patient
  • WE-284 Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the ED
  • WE-300 Can I Get a Witness? Tricks and Tips for Being an Effective Witness
 
 

RIRhode Island

End-of-Life Care

  • SU-042 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With “Time of Death”

Ethics

  • SU-014 Procedural Ultrasound
  • SU-023 Guaranteed to Make You Laugh and Cry: Avoid Being Hung Out to Dry for HR, Online, and Social Missteps
  • SU-037 ACEP Connect: The Heart of the Matter - Risk Stratification Tools, Cardiac Imaging, and Latest Treatments
  • SU-053 The High-Risk Abdomen: Common Complaints and Crashing Patients
  • SU-054 High-Risk Cases in EM: Selected Topics
  • MO-117 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology
  • MO-118 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-133 High-Risk Cases in EM: Popular Topics
  • MO-148 Resolving Tensions Between Personal Ethics and Institutional Mandates
  • TU-198 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • WE-284 Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the ED
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With "Time of Death"

Infection Control

  • MO-145 Staying Cool With Pediatric Fever
  • MO-154 Infections With Deadly Consequences
  • TU-242 Hand Revealed
  • WE-274 DOA PDQ: Rapidly Fatal Infections
  • WE-282 FAST FACTS: High-Yield Dermatology
 

Infectious Disease

  • MO-129 Emerging Infections: Zika and Its Friends
  • MO-145 Staying Cool With Pediatric Fever
  • MO-154 Infections With Deadly Consequences
  • TU-174 Cruising the Infectious Disease Literature
  • TU-204 FAST FACTS: High Yield Infectious Disease
  • TU-241 ID Cases: Bad Outcomes
  • WE-266 Catastrophes In Lupus Patients - Watch out!
  • WE-274 DOA PDQ: Rapidly Fatal Infections
  • WE-286 Mission Impossible? Maximize CMS Sepsis Core Measure Compliance and Patient Centered Outcomes
  • WE-291 Antibiotic Update
  • WE-311 HIV and Fever: Easy as 1, 2, 3 in the ED

Pain Management

  • SU-019 Nontraumatic Back Pain: Reasons Why It Should Tighten Your Sphincter
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-231 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-261 Orthopedic Reductions and Regional Blocks
  • TU-264 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • WE-267 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • WE-283 Integration of Pharmacologic & Non-Pharmacologic Techniques to Enhance Pediatric Minor Procedures
  • WE-290 Traumacology: Drugs for the Trauma Bay
  • WE-292 Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional Blocks
  • WE-310 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
 

TNTennessee

Controlled Substances

  • MO-092 Emergency Toxicology - Emerging Trends: Cases in Poisoning Management
  • MO-098 Taming the Beast: Alcohol Withdrawal
  • MO-119 FAST FACTS: High-Yield Toxicology
  • MO-125 Poisoned and Bizarre! ECGs in Toxicologic Emergencies
  • MO-137 Alcoholism and Drug Addiction in the House of Medicine
  • MO-167 NEW Drugs of Abuse
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-200 FAST FACTS: Sports Medicine
  • TU-202 Critical Update in Toxicology 2017
  • WE-296 Popping, Shooting, Snorting, and Huffing: Dermatologic Clues of Drug Abuse
 

Pain Management

  • SU-019 Nontraumatic Back Pain: Reasons Why It Should Tighten Your Sphincter
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-231 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-261 Orthopedic Reductions and Regional Blocks
  • TU-264 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • WE-267 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • WE-283 Integration of Pharmacologic & Non-Pharmacologic Techniques to Enhance Pediatric Minor Procedures
  • WE-290 Traumacology: Drugs for the Trauma Bay
  • WE-292 Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional Blocks
  • WE-310 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
 

TXTexas

Ethics

  • SU-014 Procedural Ultrasound
  • SU-023 Guaranteed to Make You Laugh and Cry: Avoid Being Hung Out to Dry for HR, Online, and Social Missteps
  • SU-037 ACEP Connect: The Heart of the Matter - Risk Stratification Tools, Cardiac Imaging, and Latest Treatments
  • SU-053 The High-Risk Abdomen: Common Complaints and Crashing Patients
  • SU-054 High-Risk Cases in EM: Selected Topics
  • MO-117 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Cardiology
  • MO-118 Double Jeopardy: Risk in Neurovascular Emergencies
  • MO-133 High-Risk Cases in EM: Popular Topics
  • MO-148 Resolving Tensions Between Personal Ethics and Institutional Mandates
  • TU-198 The New Frontier of Criminal Liability
  • WE-284 Ten Most Commonly Missed Radiographic Findings in the ED
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With "Time of Death"
 

Pain Management

  • SU-019 Nontraumatic Back Pain: Reasons Why It Should Tighten Your Sphincter
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-231 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-261 Orthopedic Reductions and Regional Blocks
  • TU-264 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • WE-267 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • WE-283 Integration of Pharmacologic & Non-Pharmacologic Techniques to Enhance Pediatric Minor Procedures
  • WE-290 Traumacology: Drugs for the Trauma Bay
  • WE-292 Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional Blocks
  • WE-310 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
 

VTVermont

Pain Management and End-of-Life Care

  • SU-019 Nontraumatic Back Pain: Reasons Why It Should Tighten Your Sphincter
  • SU-042 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-231 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-261 Orthopedic Reductions and Regional Blocks
  • TU-264 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • WE-267 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • WE-283 Integration of Pharmacologic & Non-Pharmacologic Techniques to Enhance Pediatric Minor Procedures
  • WE-290 Traumacology: Drugs for the Trauma Bay
  • WE-292 Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional Blocks
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With “Time of Death”
  • WE-310 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
 
 

WVWest Virginia

Pain Management and End-of-Life Care

  • SU-019 Nontraumatic Back Pain: Reasons Why It Should Tighten Your Sphincter
  • SU-042 Emergent Suffering: Incorporating Palliative Care Into Your Clinical Practice
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-231 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-261 Orthopedic Reductions and Regional Blocks
  • TU-264 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • WE-267 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • WE-283 Integration of Pharmacologic & Non-Pharmacologic Techniques to Enhance Pediatric Minor Procedures
  • WE-290 Traumacology: Drugs for the Trauma Bay
  • WE-292 Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional Blocks
  • WE-298 Your Team’s Code Does Not End With “Time of Death”
  • WE-310 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
 

Pain Management

  • SU-019 Nontraumatic Back Pain: Reasons Why It Should Tighten Your Sphincter
  • TU-176 Dying to be Pain Free: The US Opioid Drug Death Epidemic
  • TU-231 FAST FACTS: New Concepts for Pain Management
  • TU-261 Orthopedic Reductions and Regional Blocks
  • TU-264 Painful Conversations: Managing Expectations and Introducing Non-Opioid Therapies
  • WE-267 Less Pain, Your Gain: Developing A Better System for Sickle Cell Patients
  • WE-283 Integration of Pharmacologic & Non-Pharmacologic Techniques to Enhance Pediatric Minor Procedures
  • WE-290 Traumacology: Drugs for the Trauma Bay
  • WE-292 Fixing Faces Painlessly: Facial Anesthesia, Regional Blocks
  • WE-310 Big Hurts, Small People: Pain Management of the Pediatric Trauma Patient
 
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Other Hospital CME  

If you practice in a hospital that is:

You have to earn:

Number of ACEP17 courses on this topic*

Number of CME credits available from these courses

A primary stroke center

8 hours of stroke CME every year if you are on the core stroke team

6

4.5

An ACS-verified trauma center

16 hours of trauma CME annually

31

23.5

An SCPC-accredited chest pain center

20 hours of CME related to any aspect of ACS over each 3-year accreditation if you are the chest pain center director

30

21.5

 

*Use the “Find A Session” feature on the ACEP17 registration site to search for these courses by topic.

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