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Emergency Medicine Practice

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  1. 135+ Evidence-Based Emergency Medicine Courses: Search our course library by keyword, chief compliant, or topic and get practical recommendations within seconds
  2. Clinically Relevant Topics: Get access when and where you need it—in print, online, and via podcast 
  3. Quick Course Summaries: When time is short, just hit the highlights on any topic with our Points & Pearls digests
  4. Decision-Support Tools: Make quick, confident decisions with clinical pathways, Calculated Decisions (powered by MDCalc), and pitfalls to avoid 
  5. Subject-Matter Expertise: Our content is crafted by practicing emergency medicine clinicians on the front lines
  6. 200+ AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM: Core EM content + stroke, trauma, pharmacology, critical care, and more
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Your subscription to Emergency Medicine Practice provides you with new issues every month, each focusing on the practical application of the evidence for topics like trauma, cardiovascular emergencies, drugs & procedures, airway management, and more. And every issue is written and peer reviewed by practicing, experienced ED physicians who care deeply about giving every patient the care they deserve. We take you step by step from the moment your patient presents to the ED with an often-vague complaint, through risk stratification, laboratory testing and imaging, treatment, and disposition.

With Emergency Medicine Practice, you can count on:

  • Rigorous evidence-based research

    Presented by renowned clinical leaders – giving you the confidence to adopt new best practices.

  • Peer-reviewed quality

    Each reviewer is chosen for his or her expertise in the topic.

  • Recommendations you can trust

    We never accept advertising or commercial support, and our expert authors and reviewers ensure independence and transparency in every article.


Additional Benefits of Subscribing to Emergency Medicine Practice include:

Up to 192 CME credits in the first year

You can earn CME credit for all issues in the next year plus from any issue published within the last 3 years! That's 48 new CME credits for the current year plus 144 CME credits from the previous 3 years.

EMplify companion podcast

Developed exclusively by and for emergency medicine clinicians, the EMplify podcast makes it simple to stay up to date while on the go.

Points & Pearls

A quick-read supplement to each monthly issue that provides subscribers with the key points and practice takeaways for that issue.

Calculated Decisions

Links to MDCalc's clinical decision tools, and a jointly published supplement, Calculated Decisions, to guide your practical application of evidence-based calculators in the ED.

Online access to hundreds of back issues:

Your treasure of clinical excellence – perfect answering tough clinical questions.

More practical clinical pathways than any other emergency medicine resource:

These practical algorithms help confirm your decisions and improve patient care.

We guarantee that Emergency Medicine Practice will boost your clinical confidence, refresh your memory of the fundamentals, and keep you abreast of the most relevant updates in emergency medicine. Try it for 12 full months. If you feel at any time (even on the last day of the 12-month period!) that Emergency Medicine Practice has not helped improve your quality of patient care, call us for a full refund, no questions asked.


What do subscribers say about Emergency Medicine Practice?

Concise clinical points and review. It's what I want to know in my EM practice. My #1 source of post-residency education.

Thomas Boyer, DO

De Riddler, LA

The Emergency Medicine Practice journal is the best-quality emergency medicine learning tool I have seen in my lifetime. I receive and regularly review many sources of information, and this publication is second to none. The effort put into the creation of this publication is evident in every page. Thank you for the tremendous value.

Stephen J. Schueler, MD, FACEP

Rockledge, FL

As an active teacher and busy clinician, I use your products every single day. Keep up the excellent work!

Gordon Leingang, DO, FACEP, FACOEP

Bismarck, ND


Andy Jagoda, MD, FACEP

Andy Jagoda, MD, FACEP

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Associate Editor-in-Chief; Trauma EXTRA! Editor-in-Chief

 Kaushal Shah, MD, FACEP

Kaushal Shah, MD, FACEP

Weill Cornell School of Medicine

Editorial Board

Daniel J. Egan, MD
Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons

Saadia Akhtar, MD, FACEP
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount

William J. Brady, MD
University of Virginia Medical Center

Calvin A. Brown III, MD
Brigham and Women's Hospital

Peter DeBlieux, MD
Louisiana State University School of Medicine

Nicholas Genes, MD, PhD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Michael A. Gibbs, MD, FACEP
Carolinas Medical Center

Steven A. Godwin, MD, FACEP
University of Florida COM-Jacksonville

Joe Habboushe, MD, MBA
NYU/Langone and Bellevue Medical Centers

Gregory L. Henry, MD, FACEP
University of Michigan

John M. Howell, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
The George Washington University

Shkelzen Hoxhaj, MD, MPH, MBA
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami

Eric Legome, MD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Keith A. Marill, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Charles V. Pollack, Jr., MA, MD, FACEP
Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University

Michael S. Radeos, MD, MPH
Weill Medical College of Cornell University

Ali S. Raja, MD, MBA, MPH, FACEP
Harvard School of Public Health

Robert L. Rogers, MD, FACEP, FAAEM, FACP
The University of Maryland School of Medicine

Alfred Sacchetti, MD, FACEP
Department of Emergency Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University

Robert Schiller, MD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Scott Silvers, MD, FACEP
Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Stroke Center

Corey M. Slovis, MD, FACP, FACEP
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Ron M. Walls, MD
Brigham and Women's Hospital

Critical Care Editors

William A. Knight IV, MD, FACEP, FNCS
Neuroscience ICU, University of Cincinnati

Scott D. Weingart, MD, FCCM
Stony Brook Medicine

Senior Research Editors

Aimee Mishler, PharmD, BCPS
Maricopa Medical Center

Joseph D. Toscano, MD
San Ramon Regional Medical Center

International Editors

Peter Cameron, MD
The Alfred Emergency and Trauma Centre, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

Andrea Duca, MD
Ospedale Papa Giovanni XXIII, Bergamo, Italy

Suzanne Y.G. Peeters, MD
Flevo Teaching Hospital, Almere, The Netherlands

Edgardo Menendez, MD, FIFEM
Churruca Hospital of Buenos Aires University, Argentina

Stephen H. Thomas, MD, MPH
Weill Cornell Medical College, Qatar

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EB Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the ACCME.

Credit Designation

EB Medicine designates this enduring material for a maximum of 48 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

ACEP Accreditation:

Emergency Medicine Practice is approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for 48 hours of ACEP Category I credit per annual subscription.

AAFP Accreditation:

This Enduring Material activity, Emergency Medicine Practice, has been reviewed and is acceptable for credit by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

AOA Accreditation:

Emergency Medicine Practice is eligible for up to 48 American Osteopathic Association Category 2-A or 2-B credit hours per year.

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