Corporate Education Resources
ACEP is proud to work with our corporate partners,
who offer educational resources in their fields of expertise.
These are made available to ACEP members for information purposes.
Survey Results of ACEP Members – Treatment of ABSSSI
ACEP, together with Allergan and EMPRN, recently conducted an online survey of its EMPRN members, SEMPA and eleven Sections of membership to examine the clinical decisions and provider preferences for treating acute bacterial skin and skin structure infections (ABSSSI) in the ED. Results of the survey can be found here. This survey was funded by Allergan.
Download ACEP ABSSSI Survey (PDF)
Podcast on Treatment of ABSSSI
Dr. Ryan Stanton and Dr. Sandy Schneider discuss acute bacterial skin and skin structure infections (ABSSSI), and the real-world management decisions emergency physicians must make each day. They reference ACEP survey results on clinical decisions and provider preferences for treating ABSSSI in the ED.
Download the Postcast in iTunes
Download the Postcast in Stitchers
NOAC Essentials Webinar
The American College of Emergency Physicians developed and presented this important program which is now archived for your use. The webinar will provide you with a clinical update on novel oral anticoagulants (NOACs). It provides important clinical information about NOAC safety and the management of bleeding concerns and complications with their use. The discussion includes both the general ED approach and the appropriate use of the first approved specific reversal agent.
View the webinar and download podcasts
Overcoming the Barriers in Managing Acute Ischemic Stroke: Reducing Time of Stroke Onset to Needle Time
Ischemic stroke patients need hospital treatment within 3 hours, but only 25% are admitted soon enough for early treatment. The greatest delay is from initial event to 911 call. Once in hospital, initial work-up is prompt, but delays occur in neurology consult and taking/reading a CT scan. To resolve these issues, view a webinar at www.rockpointe.com/managingstroke (0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits offered). For information on ACEP tPA policy, visit ACEPs Current Clinical Policies Page.
Coags Uncomplicated™ was designed for professionals by professionals to offer you real-time access to valuable information about both common and complex bleeding disorders. Use this one-of-a-kind tool to review >60 bleeding disorders and >30 blood tests arranged in a comprehensive analyzer and carefully organized algorithms.
Coags Uncomplicated™ is available at CoagsUncomplicated.com and as an app for iOS™ and Android™.
Coags Uncomplicated™ is a reference tool. Clinical correlation and consultation with a hematologist are advised to ensure an accurate diagnosis.
Dear Healthcare Professional,
National Stroke Association hosts a variety of programs along the stroke continuum of care for healthcare professionals that are ACCME/ANCC accredited.
Are you looking for CME opportunities? We invite you to come learn about the latest evidence on acute interventional treatments and its place in the care of stroke.
Evidence-Based Medicine: An Update on Endovascular Stroke Treatment program accomplishes the following:
- Discusses recent endovascular stroke trials and results
- Explains how to translate research results into evidence-based practice
- Defines the patients who could benefit from endovascular treatments
This FREE program is now available on demand for your convenience.
Anna Taylor, MS
Director, Awareness and Professional Programs National Stroke Association
Evidence-Based Medicine: An Update on Endovascular Stroke Treatment
Join National Stroke Association for live and enduring webinars about the latest evidence on acute interventional treatments and its place in the care of stroke.
These FREE accredited webinars discuss recent endovascular stroke trials, results, how to translate research in to evidence-based practice as well as define the patients who could benefit from endovascular treatments
Visit www.stroke.org/endovascular for more information and to register.
See a variety of clinical education resources about the EZ-IO® Intraosseous Vascular Access System from Teleflex. There are downloadable documents, a series of videos, power point presentations, information sheets and more.
Avoidance of allergic triggers is the critical first step in managing life-threatening allergies, but allergic triggers are not always obvious. Accidental exposure resulting in anaphylaxis can happen anywhere, so patients need to be aware of how to deal with the onset of anaphylaxis. This emergency department discharge toolkit offers an emergency care plan, prescription reminders, resources for adults and teens and much more. This comprehensive anaphylaxis toolkit will help make sure your patients are more prepared to deal with an allergic reaction, and content is now available in English and Spanish.
ACEP has partnered withForest Laboratoriesto provide a video on the topic of Acute Bacterial Skin and Skin Structure Infection (ABSSSI). This promotional program, moderated by Dr. Greg Moran and other national experts, will cover skin infections as well as review the efficacy and safety of a treatment option for ABSSSI. They will also highlight patient cases commonly seen in the emergency department throughout the presentation.Click here to view the discussion now!
Emergency Department Discharge Toolkit
for Patients with Atrial Fibrillation
Stroke Risk for Patients with Atrial Fibrilation: For Providers
Stroke Risk for Patients with Atrial Fibrilation
Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
||EMS Stroke Training
and Educational Resources
Stroke Education Course Available
ACEP, the National Stroke Association, and Genentech have partnered to develop aFREEstrokeeducation course for EMS professionals. The course covers the basics of stroke, preÃ¢â‚¬Âhospitalassessment, stroke systems of care, and case studies. EMS educators may also download the slides and use them in their EMS education.
Access the course today atwww.EMS4Stroke.com.
Educate people on the signs of stroke and how they can act F.A.S.T.
With immediate medical attention, they may be able to lower the risk of disability and death. There are a variety of resources to help you spread awareness in your community. Artwork for broadcast, print and online media, educational materials for community outreach, tips for spreading the word through social media and tools for effective public relations campaigns can all be found at the Stroke Awareness Website.Click here to take advantage of these resources.