January 2024 News from the College

Find on-demand videos from ACEP’s Pediatric Emergency Medicine Committee that may come in handy when treating patients this winter with a variety of respiratory viruses. Whether its RSV, influenza, bronchiolitis, or COVID, these videos offer clinical information about risk factors, diagnosis, and management that may be helpful. Find them at acep.org/by-medical-focus/pediatrics.

Your favorite educational tracks are now in one location during the same week at ACEP Accelerate:

  • Reimbursement & Coding
  • ED Directors’ Academy
  • Teaching Fellowship
  • The Advanced Pediatric EM Assembly

Experience the best features of a large conference while retaining the targeted education of a focused meeting. See where ACEP Accelerate can take you! Learn more at acep.org/accelerate.

Want to improve clinical outcomes, coordinate care, and reduce costs in your emergency department? E-QUAL, a FREE online, low-burden quality improvement program is now enrolling for its 2024 initiatives, including venous thromboembolism and stroke. Learn more and sign up today at acep.org/equal.

PEERprep—ACEP’s emergency medicine board review product—is now equipped with more than 2,200 rigorous core content questions, more than 1,300 eye-catching PEER Pearl infographics, and more than 2,100 bonus Key Point rapid review questions. That’s nearly five times the number of questions published in PEER IX! Find out more about how PEERprep’s enhanced features, including creating your own custom quiz sets, will help you be the best physician you can be. Learn more at acep.org/peerprep2200questions.

Annals of Emergency Medicine transitioned to a digital-only publication beginning with its January issue this month. If you prefer print, ACEP members can subscribe separately to print-on-demand for $75/year at ussocieties@elsevier.com or by calling 800-654-2452, option 2. If you are not a member, you can subscribe through Annals’ journal website.

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Get practical solutions to many of the personal and systemic issues that plague emergency physicians with ACEP’s new wellness guide, “From Self to System–Being Well in Emergency Medicine.”