October 10-11, 2020
New Orleans
Westin New Orleans Canal Place
Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures Course
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Master Difficult Airway
Management
Airway Management Training
Conquer Difficult Vascular Access
Vascular Access Training
Obtain Your Trauma CME
Point-of-Care Ultrasound Training
CME That Saves Lives
Lumbar Puncture Training
Courses Provide 100%
Hands-on Procedural Training
Chest Procedures Training
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For Your ENP Certification
Emergency Procedures Training
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HOSPITALIST AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES COURSE

Our courses are ideal for physicians, NPs, and PAs practicing emergency medicine, hospital medicine, and critical care medicine.

  • LIVE PROCEDURAL TRAINING WITH COVID19 PRECAUTIONS
  • 100% hands-on procedures training with masks, gloves and sanitizer provided
  • LEARN ESSENTIAL COVID19 PROCEDURES - intubation, vascular access and POCUS
  • Qualifies for 16 hours Trauma CME
  • Fulfills 30 hrs procedures CME for ENP certification
  • Fulfills procedures CME for PA emergency medicine CAQ
  • Increased hands-on ultrasound training to identify life-threatening conditions
  • CME That Saves Lives.
  • REFER TO OUR COVID19 MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES PAGE
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Procedure Of The Week
Adult Glidescope Intubation

Glidescope intubation or video laryngoscopy

Blog of the Week
Airway Management in COVID-positive Patients
by Joseph Esherick, M.D., FAAFP, FHM
August 2, 2020

A number of additional factors must be considered with airway management in COVID-positive patients including personal protection and technique alterations.

Procedure of the Week
Emergency Department Intubations Are Increasingly Successful
by Joseph Esherick, M.D., FAAFP, FHM
August 2, 2020

First-pass ED intubation success increased from 80% in 2002 to 86% in 2012, with concomitant increases in the use of video laryngoscopy and rocuronium.