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Whether you’re starting out or switching specialties, we cover all of your “well, that wasn’t on the test” questions: What are the steps to clinically clear the cervical spine in a trauma patient? When do you order tests in an acute COPD exacerbation? What are those subtle T-wave changes on an ECG that I need to pay attention to? By the end of this course, you’ll be able to answer all of these, plus hundreds more.
We’ve distilled down the time-earned, nitty-gritty lessons that are typically only gleaned through countless cases and years of experience in the ED. Go ahead, save time and learn from our mistakes (so you don’t have to make them yourself).
Sure, you’ll learn all the juicy clinical tricks of the trade, but more importantly, we also train you to think on your feet in the ED. With streamlined clinical algorithms and mental frameworks designed by EM physicians, PAs and NPs, we’ll help you identify those “can’t-miss” diagnoses and manage each chief complaint like a pro.
Unlike other onboarding courses that are pre-recorded live in a giant lecture hall or pieced together from multiple sources, this course curriculum has been carefully curated and recorded specifically for on-the-go use on your smart device. Maximize your information retention with the highest-quality, most entertaining experience available, on-demand.
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Add Adult EM Bootcamp Assessment to evaluate errors made by clinicians new to EM. All 100 questions are designed to help you identify the most common clinical mistakes made in the ED and to determine your weak areas. Whether you’re a Medical Provider onboarding residents, or a new grad looking for confidence before his or her first shift, you will be well prepared.
This course covers everything you want (and need) your onboarding clinicians to know about emergency medicine but don't have time to sit down and teach—from procedural basics to the practical nuts and bolts of how the ED really works. Think of it as insurance to help your new clinicians more readily jump into the rhythm of your well-oiled ED (and keep it that way).
Get your clinicians up to speed on everything they’ll need to know for their first ED shift. Contact us to learn more.
Associate Professor and Associate Program Director, Department of Emergency Medicine
Dr. DeLaney completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine in 2011 and worked in the community before joining the EM faculty at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is a contributor to various educational podcasts and frequently lectures at national and international conferences. He was recently told by a patient that he looks like what would happen “if Christian Bale in ‘The Fighter’ and Adam Sandler had a child.”
EM Physician Assistant, Medical Editor, Hippo Education
Vicky Pittman attended the Keck School of Medicine of USC Physician Assistant Program. Since graduation, she has worked for several years in community emergency departments in Oregon and New Jersey. Vicky also serves as a Medical Editor at Hippo Education. In her free time, she loves spending time with her two daughters, traveling with her husband, and taking her fluffy corgi on long walks on the beach.
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of California San Francisco Hippo VP of Education
Dr. Jhun loves learning, developing, and delivering creative educational techniques and leads the content innovation team at Hippo Education. He is one of the most humble and likable educators you will ever meet. We learn something every time he puts together a piece of education. He is an award-winning national lecturer and former assistant program director for the Emergency Medicine residency program at the University of Southern California. Follow him on Twitter @jhunlikefun.
I loved how the presenters not only incorporated the "by the book" information but also wave in real-life pearls...It was very helpful to go above and beyond what we are thought in school/traditionally and know what to look for in a real patient. I'd highly recommend Adult EM Bootcamp to anyone (new and experienced provider alike)!
The only comprehensive curriculum focused solely on the unique challenges of emergency medicine
290 videos (76+ hours of content), created for on-the-go use from your smart device
Earn up to 76.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credit(s)™
One year subscription
100 question clinical knowledge assessment earning up to an additional 8.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credit(s)™