I first joined the PEM section of ACEP as a PEM Fellow and immediately found mentorship and connection. Since then, I have benefitted from collaboration and education that has led to my professional growth. Therefore, I was honored to take on the role of Chair of this section, especially during its 30th anniversary year.
As a group, the section’s goal is to continue to engage members in key areas: advocacy, clinical quality, research, medical education, and personal/professional development. We plan to accomplish this by continuing to build upon and expand our existing web presence and incorporate social media. We aim to provide information and resources to our members, as well as continue to interface with EMRA by providing ongoing mentorship.read more
Written by the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Committee of the ACEP Florida Chapter
The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly evolving and the healthcare challenges are continuing to increase and evolve. Despite the widespread global incidence and increasing number of cases, the epidemiology and clinical presentation of COVID-19 in pediatric patients is not well understood. The majority of children seen for emergency medical problems in the United States are seen in general emergency departments, not pediatric-specific institutions, and this will likely continue with the current pandemic. The information below is based on current evidence, and is meant to assist in the evaluation and management of pediatric patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. However, it must be noted that new information is available on a daily basis, and the understanding of COVID-19 including the epidemiology, clinical presentation, testing recommendations, and clinical management is subject to change. Additionally, the information below does not pertain nor apply to neonates.read more
SinaiPedsUltrasoundCME-minPlease join us on April 19, 2015 at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City for a Pediatric Bedside Ultrasound CME Course. Faculty including Jim Tsung, Ee Tay and Bret Nelson will cover topics such as abdominal, thoracic and procedure guidance ultrasound. The course is intended for physicians and providers who treat pediatric patients in emergency, intensive care, hospitalist, and general practice environments. Users at all levels are welcome! We are offering two options for this course:read more