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Press Release


EB Medicine Announces New Editor-in-Chief

Ilene Claudius, MD, Takes the Reins of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 1, 2017 – Norcross, GA – EB Medicine announced today that Ilene Claudius, MD, has been named Editor-in-Chief of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice. Dr. Claudius is Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine and former Chief of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice is one of only a very few peer-reviewed, MEDLINE-indexed journals focused on the specialty.

Dr. Claudius has served on the journal’s editorial board since 2013. She wrote and narrated a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice Audio Series volume on 4 critical topics: envenomations, septic shock, children with special needs, and inhaled foreign bodies. Last year, Dr. Claudius advocated for us to develop a special report to educate emergency clinicians about new guidelines for identifying and managing low-risk infants brought to the emergency room after a brief resolved unexplained event,” says Verity. “EB Medicine acted on her recommendation and is proud to have helped to get the word out regarding this practice-changing intervention.”

Dr. Claudius succeeds Adam Vella, MD, FAAP, and Vincent Wang, MD, MHA, who served as Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice’s Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editor-in-Chief, respectively. “Drs. Vella and Wang ushered in many enhancements to Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice during their tenure, including assembling a world-class editorial board and ensuring the level of research rigor and editorial quality required for inclusion in the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed database, a pivotal achievement,” says Suzanne Verity, publisher.

“As a woman-owned company, we are also excited to shine the spotlight on Dr. Claudius, adding to her many achievements as a leader in emergency medicine,” says Stephanie Williford, EB Medicine’s CEO. Although females comprise 50% of medical school classes, they make up only 25% of EM-trained physicians, according to the American College of Emergency Physicians.

For more information on Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice, visit www.ebmedicine.net. To interview an expert on the subject, contact Suzanne Verity (sv@ebmedicine.net; 678-366-7933).

About EB Medicine

EB Medicine is the premier provider of evidence-based clinical content and specialty CME resources for emergency medicine practitioners. Monthly journals — including Emergency Medicine Practice and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice — are delivered in print, digital, and mobile formats, as well as in-depth and digest editions. Annual books – including Pediatric Emergency Trauma Care, Emergency Trauma Care, and Emergency Stroke Care – provide all the credits needed to keep up with CME requirements. EMplify, a podcast for emergency clinicians, is available free on iTunes and Google Play. EB Medicine’s resources address real challenges in diagnosis and treatment and give actionable recommendations based upon the latest research and best-available evidence. These resources provide ongoing education and guidance to physicians, residents, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. For more information, visit www.ebmedicine.net.

EB Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for clinicians.

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