Emergency Medicine Education Courses

EM Education Courses

Maternal and Child Global Health:  What You Need to Know Before You Go

May 31-June 1, 2013 - This two-day course will provide practical training in the critical aspects of maternal, newborn and child global health for clinicians planning to work abroad. The presentation and management of patients in resource-limited settings will be taught with didactic lectures, small group interactive sessions, and hands-on simulation scenarios of common delivery and newborn complications. Dr. Joia Mukherjee, Chief Medical Officer from Partners in Health, will be giving the keynote address.For more information including registration:

Cost: $495.00

For more information including registration:

http://cme.hms.harvard.edu/index.asp?SECTION=CLASSES&ID=03324553&SO=N - Online Registration

Update & Current Practice

The Massachusetts General Hospital’s two week postgraduate course for emergency physicians/physician assistants/nurses/EMTs is offered twice annually at the MGH. Didactic sessions involve a variety of formats including lectures, case presentations, an ultrasound lab and surgical procedures. Participants are encouraged to take advantage of evening and weekend opportunities for observer participation within the MGH Emergency Department.

Enrollment is restricted to twelve physicians in order to respond to the needs of each participant and to allow for individual interaction with faculty members.

This course is approved by the AMA and ACEP for 60 hours of Category 1 credit

Cost: $1,900.00

For more information including registration:

http://cme.hms.harvard.edu/index.asp?SECTION=SEARCH&SEARCHTYPE=TOPIC#Emergency Medicine 

Emergency Medicine into the 21st Century

Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and the Division of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School are pleased to offer this four day course which emphasizes the cutting edge of emergency medicine and features nationally renowned speakers. We focus on controversial and rapidly changing areas of emergency practice while also offering updates in common emergency disorders. Afternoon interactive small group and hands-on workshops on a variety of topics allow participating physicians to tailor their educational experience.

This course is approved by the AMA and ACEP for 21.5 hours of Category I credit. Course limited to 175.

Cost: $695.00

Contact David Peak, MD for more information

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