Pediatric Emergency Medicine Continuing Medical Education
Physician Assistants (PA) are providing care in many clinical situations wherein they will encounter acutely sick and or injured children. The knowledge, skills and attitudes required to provide effective pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) has grown significantly since PEM was recognized as a specialty by the American Board of Medical Specialties. This CME is designed to offer additional educational resources to Physician Assistants throughout the United States. We hope it will be advantageous to enhancement of PA competencies in PEM.
This educational experience is unique because there are no deadlines for completion of the materials. Learn at your own pace when you have time and are ready to assimilate the information.
The modules are divided into four topical areas of PEM:
- Critically Ill Child (6 Credits)
- Psychosocial Issues (5 Credits)
- Infectious Disease (4 credits)
- Pharmacotherapeutics and Toxicology (6 Credits)
Within the modules you will find videos, interactive clinical cases, powerpoint presentations and short quizzes.
Continuing Medical Education Credit
This program has been reviewed and is approved for a maximum of 21 hours of AAPA Category I CME credit by the Physician Assistant Review Panel. This program was planned in accordance with AAPA’s CME Standards for Programs Designated for AAPA Category I CME Credit.
|Module Section||Credits offered||Price|
|Critically Ill Child||6 Credits||$120|
|Psychosocial Issues||5 Credits||$100|
|Infectious Disease||4 credits||$ 80|
|Pharmacotherapeutics and Toxicology||6 Credits||$120|
|All Courses||21 Credits||$315|
Certificates of Completion are awarded upon successful completion of the quizzes within each module.
The Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMS-C) provided funding through grant H34MC04369 for the students and development of these educational modules. For a full list of faculty and other contributors, please click here.
Participation with this program requires high speed internet access and use of Internet Explorer. After registration form is received and processed, participants will be granted a unique user name and password which can be used to access the online course.
Please call 843-792-1913 or 1-800-651-2926 or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org