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In October 2014, our EM Critical Care publication is being integrated into our emergency medicine publications. This will mean a more impactful experience, as we deliver critical care content to you in the larger context of your patients’ chief complaints. Plus, because Emergency Medicine Practice is published 12 times per year (instead of the 6 that EMCC is produced), you’ll receive twice the content!

Emergency Medicine Practice subscriptions include:

  • 12 monthly evidence-based issues on a single topic, which guide you step-by step in reaching the diagnosis and providing expert cases
  • Critical care focused content within the issues to help you manage your critically ill and injured patients
  • 48 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM, 48 ACEP Category I credits, 48 AAFP Prescribed credits, and 48 AOA Category 2A or 2B CME credits per year
  • Full online access to over 150 Emergency Medicine Practice issues, CME testing, and an additional 144 CME credits (a $240 value)
  • Our new email series, entitled Editor’s Choice, which features high-impact content chosen by the Editor’s-in-Chief of Emergency Medicine Practice, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice, and Hospital Medicine Practice
 

 

Emergency Medicine Practice

Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome: Improving Outcomes Through Early Identification And Aggressive Treatment Strategies

This issue reviews the pathophysiology of the alcohol withdrawal syndrome, describes the 4 manifestations of alcohol withdrawal, and looks at the available evidence for optimal treatment of alcohol withdrawal in its diverse presentations. An aggressive front-loading approach with benzodiazepines is proposed and the management of benzodiazepine-resistant disease is addressed.

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice

Best Practices In The Emergency Department Management Of Children With Special Needs

Children with special needs often have medical de≠vices, subtle presentations, and behavioral or psychiatric issues that demand consideration when delivering emergency care. Complications in gastrostomy/jejunostomy feeding tubes, cerebroventricular shunts, and tracheostomy tubes, as well as impediments to the performance of common emergency procedures on children with devel≠opmental or behavioral disorders are reviewed in this issue.

Hospital Medicine Practice

HCAHPS And The Metrics Of Patient Experience: A Guide For Hospitals And Hospitalists

This issue of Hospital Medicine Practice reviews the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) survey, its role in determining reimbursement rates for inpatient care by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and how hospitals and hospitalists can apply the data and best practices to improving patient experience, outcome, and reimbursement rates.



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